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Yearly Archives: 2010

My Auggie experience

By all accounts—his own included—sophomore Gottlieb Uahengo ’13 had a difficult first semester at Augsburg College. Making the move to Minneapolis from his home in Namibia meant… more >

Center for Leadership Studies deepen Augsburg’s ties in Norway

Just as summer began blossoming in southern Norway, 28 Augsburg faculty members, students, alumni, and friends of the College immersed themselves for 10 days of study and cultural touring in… more >

Making connections

BY WENDI WHEELER ’06 In theatre, as in life, finding success is often about who you know. But knowing the right people isn’t enough. In order to… more >

Nine years on the mats

By Jeff Shelman It was spring 2007 and Mark Matzek ’05 couldn’t sleep. He was 25 years old, had just finished his first full year of teaching… more >

Learning from the environment

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 College students who take a literature course expect to do a lot of reading. But few who register for a course titled “Environmental Literature… more >

10 Reasons to come back to campus

By Jeff Shelman So try to jog your memory bank and answer this question: Just when was the last time you were on the Augsburg campus? And we’re… more >

A step in the right direction

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 Note—In order to be respectful of the students in the StepUP program, their last names are not used. Going to college was never a… more >

Commencement 2010

By Jeff Shelman May 1 Commencement 416 undergraduate day students and physician assistant graduate students Speaker—Governor Tim Pawlenty Honorary degree—Father Fernando Cardenal, SJ, educator and activist, Nicaragua Marina… more >

A new mission statement and Commission Augsburg

A new mission statement and Commission Augsburg

By  Paul C. Pribbenow Over the past two years, the Augsburg community has been engaged in a lively and rich conversation about our character and identity. Augsburg last modified its… more >

Out-of-the-box Auggies

On paper, Augsburg College looks a lot like most other liberal arts colleges. We have similar courses, departments, and programs. We teach students to think critically and to lead responsibly… more >

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