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Chemistry technician named first Augustana recipient of UAlberta support staff award

David King, a chemistry technician at the University of Alberta's Augustana Campus, is the first person from Augustana to win the award.

Students create their own paths through rural and Indigenous community internships

Three Augustana students share their experiences with summer internships in rural and Indigenous communities through a Pathways Program.

Augustana Newsletter for December 19, 2018

Good morning, all! The exam period is almost over and the holidays are just around the corner. The campus is slowing down, but there are a few...

Augustana Works Community Career Mixer

Augustana Works Career Mixer Meet Augustana alumni and community leaders at this networking event. Participants will receive coaching to improve...

Augustana Weekly: It's all inside - January 9, 2019

Welcome to the NEW Augustana Newsletter, the Augustana Weekly! We hope you enjoy the new format of our weekly newsletter! Take a look around to...

Ronning Centre Lecture - Marriage Law in Britain and the US

Professor Probert will discuss British family law myths, and Katharine Batlan, postdoc fellow with the Chester Ronning Centre, will discuss...

Town & Gown Lecture: The Runaway Wife, the Bigamous Earl and the Farmer's Daughter

An exploration of the dramatic events behind an unlikely union in England in 1790 between a local farmer's daughter and an Earl who was previously...

Augustana Newsletter for December 12, 2018

Good morning, all! We have a short and sweet newsletter today, as I hope everyone's exam period will seem! Speaking of exams, do you know when...

Religious Freedom Lecture with Tisa Wenger - April 13

Join us on April 13 for a public lecture by Tisa Wenger. This talk explores the prospects and paradoxes of religious freedom for Native Americans...

Chemistry professors, technicians and students shine at annual national conference

Undergraduate research and innovative teaching showcased at last spring's Canadian Chemistry Conference.

Statistics demonstrate importance of sexual education for school-aged children

A progressive sexual education curriculum is necessary for spreading awareness of healthy, diverse and consensual sexual behaviours, says political...

Augustana Newsletter for December 5, 2018

Happy December! Here are a few highlights from this week's newsletter: Are you a student dreaming of next summer while trudging through the snow?...

Lunch & Learn - Sing! Because You are Able: Non-Traditional, Multigenerational, Inclusive Choral Traditions Explored

Over the last decade choral singing in non-traditional, multigenerational and inclusive settings has become increasingly popular across Canada and...

Lunch & Learn - What if the US Constitution was Christian?: Jesus Amendment Attempts in the 1940s and 1950s

For over 100 years of US history, a small group of Protestants tried to amend the Constitution to add a recognition of Jesus' authority. At this...

2018 Anniversary Award Donors Celebrated

On October 18, 2018, Dean Allen Berger welcomed representative donors of student awards celebrating anniversaries in the Community Awards Program....

Augustana Newsletter for November 28, 2018

Good morning, everyone! Are you a student interested in acting? Sign up to audition for Augustana Drama's 2018 Winter Production tomorrow between 4...

New piece of student art finds home in Founders' Hall

Former student Destiny Kirumira's art offers social commentary on the way black women have been depicted in famous paintings.

Indigenous cultural production course brings unique pedagogy to Augustana students

Professor Erin Sutherland's course explores Indigenous cultural production through experiential learning.

Corey Hamm Piano Masterclass

Corey Hamm will present a Piano Masterclass following his recital, at 4:00 pm in the Cargill Theatre, Lougheed Centre. There is no charge for...

Music Heals Day with SingAble

Join Augustana professor and SingABle director Ardelle Reis, community music ensembles and anyone who loves to sing in this celebration! Featuring...

Vikings women's basketball team takes first place in ACAC, ninth place in CCAA

Practice time in the offseason and keeping calm under pressure are a few of the reasons for this year's success, says women's basketball coach.

University Music Student Gala Recital

Don't miss the Augustana Music Student Gala Recital slated for the evening of Wednesday, February 27, at 8:00 pm in the Augustana Faith & Life...

Roger Admiral, Piano in Concert!

Join Augustana instructor Roger Admiral for a piano in concert! Featuring music by Mozart, Chopin, Liszt, Ravel and Debussy. Sunday, January 20,...

Corey Hamm, Piano in Concert!

Pianist Corey Hamm presents concert and masterclass Camrose and area music and piano enthusiasts will be treated to a concert by Canadian pianist...

Robbie Burns Day: Scottish Folk Songs with the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra

Red Deer Symphony Orchestra presents Robbie Burns Day: Scottish Folk Songs. This concert is the third of the Classical Series,...

William Street (saxophone) and Roger Admiral (piano) in Concert!

William Street, saxophone, and Roger Admiral, piano, to perform in a free concert at Augustana William Street (saxophonist) and Roger Admiral...

CANCELLED: An Operatic Evening of Love and Desire

**This event has been CANCELLED. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.*** An Operatic Evening of Love and Desire, featuring...

Augustana Newsletter for November 21, 2018

Happy Wednesday, all! There's so much going on this week, so let's dive right in. There's still time left to participate in the Great Shave Off...

Augustana alumnus offers unique opera performance

Nathan Berg ('88) returned home to perform an opera variety show to an audience that felt like friends and family.

Humanities Café - New Media, New Learning: Technology and Education

Faculty, students and community members are welcome to attend a Humanities Café led by professors Brandon Alakas and Andrea Korda. Snacks will be...

Augustana music instructor, Thomas Schoen, receives Teacher of Distinction Award

University of Alberta Augustana Campus violin instructor Thomas Schoen recently received a Teacher of Distinction Award by Dr. Peter Simon,...

Practical Ways to Manage Your Stress

Want to learn new ways to manage your stress level and relax your body? Join us for a workshop that focuses on practical ways you can stay healthy...

Keep Calm and Ace Your Finals

Final Exams are coming. Learn strategies for staying calm during stressful times and ways to prepare for exams so you remember more. Improve your...

Augustana Newsletter for November 14, 2018

Good morning, everyone. It's the middle of November already-time flies when there's so much to do! This week is no exception. Tonight, attend a...

Framing Métis identity based on "mixing" ignores other important factors

We must take history, culture and landscape of Métis people into account when framing their identity instead of simply categorizing based on mixed...

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Happy Wednesday, all! There's so much going on this week, so let's dive right in. There's still time left to participate in the Great Shave Off...

Cholesterol is a classic case of "too much of a good thing"

Biology professor Neil Haave discusses how levels of cholesterol in our bodies act as risk factors for atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease.

"Make each day count": Learning commons dedicated to alumna, Rashmi Bale

Augustana's Bale Learning Commons was recently named to honour the life of late alumna, Rashmi Bale, whose parents gave a generous gift to...

Augustana's Got Talent

Join us for a showcase of student skill at the Augustana Student Association's annual show, Augustana's Got Talent! Saturday, November 3rd 6 pm:...

One Night in Africa

Join the Augustana Afri-Youth Club for the fourth annual One Night in Africa Gala. The event will include authentic food, art, dancing, and many...

Augustana Environment, Health and Safety Committee receives annual award

The Augustana Environment, Health and Safety Committee has won this year's EHS Committee Award, awarded by the University of Alberta's Risk...

Métis Week Celebrations at Augustana

November 14 Attend a free performance by the Edmonton Métis Cultural Dancers featuring the Dances of Rupertsland and Métis Storytelling! 6:00 pm...

Edmonton Métis Cultural Dancers Performance

Augustana's Workshops in Building a Capacity for Reconciliation presents Dances of Rupertsland, Edmonton Métis Dancers Join us for a free...

Augustana Newsletter for October 24, 2018

Good morning, all! We have a lot going on this week, so don't miss out on: SCORE! Drop off your items today until 6 pm, and then come to the forum...

Augustana Medium and Spirit of the Land hosted Storyteller Cafe

Stories, as a way to build our world and change how we see the world around us, was the focus of this year's Spirit of the Land conference...

Managing Lower Back Pain Educated Luncheon

*THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT* Join in on the Faculty of Rehab Medicine's Educated Luncheon on Managing Lower Back Pain, live-streamed at the...

Hockey has a long history of violence that is still problematic today

Physical education professor Stacy Lorenz weighs in on how violence and 'manliness' are still largely influential in-and detrimental to-the game...

Cannabis regulations at the University of Alberta

Recreational cannabis is legal in Canada as of October 17, 2018. In Alberta, people aged 18 and over can purchase cannabis and cannabis oil from...

Augustana Newsletter for October 17, 2018

Happy Wednesday! Here are a few highlights from this week's newsletter. Students! Augustana offers some amazing travel course opportunities, and...

Lunch & Learn - Reconciling the Past for the Future: Unsettling Métis as Mixed in the Archaeological Record

Join us for a Lunch & Learn with Kisha Supernant, associate director of the Institute of Prairie Archaeology and associate professor in the...

World Singing Day

Celebrated since 2012 on the third Saturday in October every year, World Singing Day encourages opportunities for the world to sing! With a mission...

Creepy Crawlers and Micro Monsters

U of A Augustana's Department of Science presents… Creepy Crawlers and Micro Monsters You're invited to take a peek at biology professor Tom...

Alumni Weekend 2018 in Photos

Did you miss this year's alumni weekend? Or did you attend, and want to relive the fun? Take a look back at the celebrations, featuring live...

Nathan Berg: One of Canada's Famous Voices

2004 Distinguished Alumnus and Grammy and Juno Award Winner, Nathan Berg, has performed in famous concert halls with various orchestras around the...

Augustana Newsletter for October 10, 2018

Happy Wednesday! Calling all students! Look for important information below, including a Law Information Session tomorrow in the Learning Commons,...

Two UAlberta Augustana professors to take over North Campus art gallery

Through the month of October, Augustana visual arts professors Keith Harder and Julian Forrest's exhibit Biomythography will run in the Fine Arts...

Augustana Newsletter for October 3, 2018

Good morning, everyone, and happy October! What's going on this week? There are still a few spots left to attend a Lunch & Learn with human library...

Cannabis use does not cause schizophrenia, says psychology professor

Studies that link cannabis use with the development of schizophrenia are correlational and don't imply causation, says Augustana psychology...

Lunch & Learn: Cholesterol, the Arterial Hobgoblin

Join us for a Lunch & Learn with Augustana Department of Science Professor, Neil Haave Usually, Halloween is reserved for ghosts and ghouls,...

Beyond the imitation game: Public lecture by Peter Berg and David O'Keefe

THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT. *This lecture will be held at the University of Alberta's North Campus* Public lecture by Augustana science professor...

Augustana alumnus spearheads new First Nations school commission

The Maskwacis Education Schools Commission officially took charge of all schools in the Maskwacis area this September as a unified First Nations...

Biomythography: Recent Work by U of A (Augustana Campus) Fine Arts Professors, Keith Harder & Julian Forrest

*This event is held on the University of Alberta's North Campus* Augustana fine arts professors Keith Harder and Julian Forrest will run their...

Augustana Newsletter for September 26, 2018

Good morning! The semester is in full swing and so are this year's events! On Wednesday, we will be holding a dedication to the life of former...

Can music be violence? The banning of "Drill" music and it's influence in the UK

Augustana musicologist Alex Carpenter examines the recent push to ban Drill music in the UK to determine whether or not music can cause violence.

Augustana Newsletter for September 12, 2018

Happy chilly Wednesday morning! Check out some of this week's events. Pogo carshare will be in the forum today from 11 am to 2 pm for new sign-ups...

Lunch & Learn: The Anti-Expedition Group: Tseringma Pilgrimage, 1971

Join us for a Lunch & Learn with eco-philosophers Børge Dahle, Aage Jensen and Bob Henderson, and introductions by Augustana Professor Morten...

Augustana Newsletter for September 5, 2018

Happy Wednesday! Both First-Year Seminars and three-week block courses have gotten underway - we hope you've been learning and enjoying your...

Camrose connector bus service between Camrose and Edmonton to begin September 4

The City of Camrose and Red Arrow will be offering a bus service between Camrose and Edmonton with three daily return trips from Monday to Friday,...

Camrose Connector kicks off

A new bus shuttle service from Camrose to Edmonton will begin Tuesday, September 4 with a 7 am departure trip from the University of Alberta...

Camrose listed as Canada's 11th best place to live

MoneySense and Maclean's Magazine listed Camrose as Canada's 11th best place to live! Cities were based on factors including the economy, crime...

Augustana Newsletter for August 29, 2018

Good morning everyone! To the new first-year students: welcome to Augustana! And to returning students, staff and faculty, welcome to the 2018/19...

Augustana's newest postdoc is tackling the tough subjects

Katharine Batlan has just begun work at the Chester Ronning Centre for the Study of Religion and Public Life and is not afraid to discuss politics...

A joined journey: The Camrose Canadian and Augustana Campus

A final farewell to the Camrose Canadian, which served our community and campus for over 100 years.

Welcome Day

Welcome Day for New Students 7:30 AM: Breakfast (Cafeteria) 12 PM: Lunch (Cafeteria) 3 PM: Opening Convocation (Lougheed Centre) 4:15 PM: Bell...

Returning Student Classes Begin

First Day of Classes for Returning Students Creating a Culture of Consent with Dr. Keith Edwards (Chapel) 9 AM: First Year Seminar Group 1 12:30...

First Year Seminar Begins

First Day of First-Year Seminar (AUIDS 101) Classes 7:30 AM: Breakfast (Cafeteria) 8:30 AM & 1:30 PM: Welcome Desk (Forum) 12 PM: Lunch (Cafeteria)...

Move-in Day

Welcome (back) to Augustana! 11 AM - 4 PM: Residence Move-In 12 PM & 3 PM: Parent Orientation (Chapel) 12:30 PM: Parent Reception & Services...

Staunch supporter recognized with alumni award

Reading University proponent Blain Fowler celebrated for contributing to the life of Augustana.

Camrose Lutheran College Alum to be Recognized for UAlberta Award

Congratulations to Camrose Lutheran College alum Rob Daum for being recognized by the Sports Wall of Fame as a 2018 UAlberta Alumni Award...

2018 Big Valley Jamboree Parade, in photos

If you happened to miss the parade last week, check out Augustana's participation in the photo recap here!

Augustana Day Of Service

Keen to gain some DIY construction skills? Volunteer your elbow grease to improve Stoney Creek Park and trail system for skiers and runners at the...

New exhibit at local museum honours Chester Ronning

A new exhibit at the Camrose and District Centennial Museum (4522 53 Street, Camrose) features artifacts from the life of one of Canada's most...

Battling culture of toughness in hockey part of challenge in preventing head injuries

History shows the acceptance of violence, playing through pain are values passed on by hockey players for more than a century, say U of A experts.

Professor Ardelle Ries receives Murray Lauber Distinguished Service Award

Congratulations to professor Ardelle Ries (music), who has been named the 2017 recipient of the Murray Lauber Distinguished Service Award at the...

A new way to think about the land

UAlberta honourary degree holder Nettie Wiebe urges a reimagining of our relationship with the land.

Alumni Weekend 2018

Every fall, we host an Alumni Weekend to welcome our over 9,000 alumni back to Augustana. Whether you graduated from Camrose Lutheran College,...

Earning an education outside of the classroom

University of Alberta Augustana student Katelynn Cook got to turn her passion for outdoor play into a successful University degree, followed by...

Family legacy comes full circle for classical singer

Music graduate Hilda Lam's love affair with song springs from family and the welcoming community at the U of A's Augustana Campus.

National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebrations

Join us in the Quad on June 21 to recognize and celebrate the diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Métis and Inuit...

A group of dog sled students changed my world

Annika Olesen, who never intended to pursue University, will be graduating from Augustana this Sunday.

Augustana Alumni Weekend 2017

Photos by: Sarah Munter

Indigenous female musician and political icon to perform in Camrose

Buffy Sainte-Marie, who has had a successful career linking her music with activism, will perform at the Bailey Theatre on Thursday night.

A family's legacy: The Wendy Cassady Memorial Fund

A family's generous gift supports their grandfather's legacy of integrating religion and public life.

In Memoriam: Wendy Cassady (March 6, 1950 - May 11, 2018)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Wendy Marlene Cassady. Wendy passed away peacefully on Friday, May 11, 2018 with her...

Consider This: I Want to Be an Intellectual Coach, Not a PEZ Dispenser

Augustana Professor Neil Haave shares the ideas that resonated with him following José Bowen's appearance at the UAlberta Festival of Teaching and...

Augustana embarks on curriculum review with help from leading association in North America

A summer institute on integrative learning will provide support to conversations around curriculum review.

Spring Convoation

Students, friends, family and other guests can plan their day and be prepared to enjoy the many proud and memorable moments of convocation....

Reconciliation efforts need more critical thought

Indigenous voices and land restitution are at the heart of, and are yet largely ignored within reconciliation efforts, says religious studies...

Augustana's innovative three-week courses: an inside look (continued)

An inside look at a few of the innovative block courses that took place at Augustana over the 2017/18 year (continued).

Augustana Newsletter for April 25, 2018

Happy Wednesday, and happy last newsletter of the year! The sun is shining, the birds are singing and the exam period is coming to an end. Here are...

Augustana Newsletter for April 18, 2018

Happy Wednesday and happy end-of-classes! Although the campus has quieted down with full study mode, it's not too early to start thinking about...

A second thought on Stephen Hawking (1942-2018)

Stephen Hawking was brilliant for his philosophical mind as much as his scientific mind, says physics professor.

Augustana Newsletter for April 11, 2018

Happy Wednesday! The semester is winding down, but here are a few things you can check out on and around campus this week: Last Lecture with...

Preventing mass shootings

Gun control and regulation is necessary to decrease the vast number of gun-related deaths in the US says sociology professor.

Dear friend of Augustana receives Alumni Citation Award

Jerry Iwanus received this year's award, which recognizes the contributions of a non-alumnus to the life of Augustana.

Augustana Newsletter for April 4, 2018

Happy April! Though the snow and chilly weather may suggest otherwise, Spring is here and there are just a few short weeks left in the semester....

Student Life Awards Celebration

The Student Life Awards Celebration is a year-end celebration of student achievement where the campus is invited to recognize students with various...

Augustana Newsletter for March 28, 2018

Happy Wednesday everyone! Today is packed full of events: Following Edward Snowden's talk last night, attend a Device Encryption Workshop at 10 am...

Reflections from the 2018 India Study Tour

In the January three-week block, Augustana students had the chance to explore India as a tour course offered either as religion or economics credits.

Dr Odell Olson celebrated as Augustana's 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient

This year, Augustana Campus recognized the exceptional career of rural physician and treasured alumnus.

Preparing for cannabis legalization

Legalization is primarily about regulation and is central to a harm reduction approach to drug use, say UAlberta Augustana professors.

2018 Community Awards Banquet in Photos

Take an inside look at Augustana's annual Community Awards Banquet with photos that capture the night's celebration of community and cheer.

"Reconciliation" with Indigenous people is comforting for many Canadians, but is a Christian concept up to the task?

Check out this piece on Mennonite land and "Reconciliation" for Religion Dispatches, co-written by Joe Wiebe, Assistant Professor of Religious...

Augustana Newsletter for March 14, 2018

Happy Wednesday, all! We're halfway through March already - where does the time go? This week, spend it taking in a bunch of great events....

Athletics review results in changes for the coming year

With anticipated reductions in the operating budget across the University of Alberta, Dean Allen Berger has asked the heads of budget units at...

Visiting Author: Michael Helm

Canadian author Michael Helm will be at Augustana to read from his latest novel, After James. Please join us for a look at this extraordinary...

Augustana Newsletter for March 7, 2018

Happy March! Here are a few upcoming events: A French Book Fair at the Bookstore next Monday The Bach Cantata student recital next Tuesday evening...

Thomas the Train: the UN's latest ambassador

Political studies professor Shauna Wilton has long called for a refresh of the popular children's television show Thomas and Friends-now that it's...

Augustana Newsletter for February 28, 2018

Happy Wednesday! This week's newsletter is packed full of posts, here are a few highlights: Today is your last day to nominate your favourite...

What's the value of hosting the Olympic Games?

More and more, it's about the intangibles-something Calgary needs to think about as it mulls over whether or not to bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics.

Easter Eggstravaganza

Bring your special little bunnies down to the Forum to join in our annual Easter egg hunt. Families (with children ages 12 and under) will also...

Nobel Prizes are a bridge between science and society

Augustana biology professor Sheryl Gares sheds some light on the research that won this year's Nobel Prizes in science.

Spring Soirée

Join Dean Allen Berger and guests as they share stories about transforming Augustana into "a living laboratory for teaching and learning...

2018 Augustana Round Dance

2018 Augustana Round Dance Celebrating 10 years of Indigenous Student Services on Campus Friday, March 16, 2018 Gymnasium, Augustana Campus 4901 -...

Augustana Newsletter for February 21, 2018

Good morning! This week, look out for lectures, concerts, and deadlines: This afternoon, join the Ronning Centre for a lecture on creation museums...

Bach Cantata Recital

Featuring Augustana vocal majors Carrie-Ann Hubbard, Hilda Lam, and Eric Skretting and Roger Admiral, piano. Guest artists include Alyssa Miller,...

Informal Postmodern Music Performance

Roger Admiral, instructor, and the students in AUMUS 369/469 give an informal performance of postmodern music. There is no charge and the public is...

Augustana Newsletter for February 14, 2018

Happy Valentine's Day! Stop by the forum today from 9 am to 2 pm for a Valentine's Day cookie sale to pick up some sweet treats for you, your...

6 things to watch for during the 2018 Winter Olympics

Experts discuss women's hockey, cross-country skiing, Russian athletes, being a host with a volatile neighbour, momentum for a Calgary Olympic bid...

Augustana Newsletter for February 7, 2018

Happy February everyone! It's International Week here at Augustana - check out the schedule for the rest of the week's events, including movie...

Monthly Healing Circle

Starting in February, on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, there will be a healing circle at 10:30 am in Wahkohtowin Lodge (lower level of the...

Unique science course blends three disciplines into one lab

Interdisciplinary Studies 137 was offered at Augustana in the Winter 2018 three-week term as a science credit course for non-science students.

Read to succeed

Augustana professor Neil Haave on the importance of developing different learning modes, beginning with the most fundamental skill: reading.

University Music Student Gala Recital

Augustana Music Student Gala! Don't miss the Augustana Music Student Gala Recital slated for Thursday, March 15 at 5:00 pm in the Augustana Faith &...

Augustana Newsletter for January 31, 2018

Happy Wednesday everyone! Students: interested in travelling for University credit? Today from 11:00 to 12:30 pm in the forum, professors Alakas...

International Week

Augustana is excited to present International Week 2018! This year, the International Week theme is Let the Conversation Begin! The week will...

Augustana Newsletter for January 24, 2018

Good morning everyone, happy first day of classes! Whether you've already experienced a first day of classes this year, or are starting with the...

Last Lecture with Professor Räni-Villem Palo!

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Mayer Community Hall, Lougheed Performing Arts Centre 6 pm Lecture, Reception to follow After receiving...

Curriculum controversy: sex education and the Catholic school system

The province of Alberta and the Albertan Catholic school system's current dispute over sex education curriculum harken back to Confederation, says...

Bursary helps forge new direction

Future teacher and former Augustana student wants to spark young people's interest in trades.

Rocky Road

Join the Augustana campus community for ice cream, rock climbing, parachute games, face painting, crafts, and fun for the whole family at this...

augustana human library

The 19th augustana human library is just a couple of weeks away, on Monday, February 5th, 2018. The full schedule and list of human book topics are...

Augustana Newsletter for January 17, 2018

Happy Wednesday everyone! The semester is back in full swing and is also almost over, what a time to be alive! This week, relax and rock out at...

Genocide in the Modern World Poster Presentations

Stop by the Faith & Life Lounge, Augustana Campus on Friday, January 19 starting at 11 am to view Augustana students' poster presentations based on...

Taking Notes and Kicking Butt! Academic Skills Workshop

Imagine this: you're sitting in a lecture and your professor is talking but you have no idea what you should be writing down. How do you figure out...

Keep Calm and Ace Your Finals! Academic Workshop

Final Exams are coming. If you want to discover new ways to keep calm during the stress of final exams and how to prepare for finals, this is the...

Remember This? Improving Your Memory Academic Skills Workshop

Between lectures, textbooks, and readings, you have so much to remember as a student. There must be some tips and tricks to help improve your...

How to Prepare for Any Test! Academic Skills Workshop

So your midterm exams are going to start soon and you're not sure what is the best way to study. The good news is, there are lots of techniques...

Augustana Newsletter for January 10, 2018

Happy Wednesday! Warm your calendar with this week's campus events…there's something for everyone! Centering Prayer resumes this Thursday if you're...

Augustana Newsletter for January 3, 2018

Happy New Year Augustana, and welcome (back)! Today marks the beginning of the semester with the start of the winter three-week term. This week's...