Monthly Archives: October 2008

Augsburg film comes of age

By Bethany Bierman Auggie Mike Bodnarchek ’85 built a career in music video production and has helped other Auggies get a start in LA. Photo by Nick Vlchek The coffee shop in Christensen is nearly full, so we grab two

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Because I Can

Even at the RNC, Eric Franzen felt like he was in the minority. He was certain that he and another intern from St. Louis, Mo. were the only Republicans placed with Talk Radio News Service. As a student in Augsburg’s

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Changing Courses

In the Hmong culture, young people often follow the path chosen for them by their parents. For Mai Lee, a second-year student from Minneapolis, this meant a career in medicine. Though she had always wanted to study political science, she

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Getting Active in Politics

Though he says he has been involved in politics for a short time—just two and a half years—Ben Krouse-Gagne has done more than some of us will do in our lifetimes. He worked on Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer’s Senate campaign, did a

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Augsburg gets political

by Wendi Wheeler ‘06 (L to R) Eric Franzen, Mai Lee, and Ben Krouse-Gagne found unexpected discoveries as interns at the Republican National Convention. In the first days of September, while Gulf Coast residents battled Hurricane Gustav, more than 45,000

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