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Monthly Archives: July 2012

The first in her family

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 Blue ribbons and gold medals. These are what we normally associate with being “first.” But for Andrena Murphy ’15, being first—the… more >

Web extras – Summer 2012

Photo galleries from the 2011 convocation series Christensen Symposium Humanities and Fine Arts Convocation Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation Center for Counseling and Health Promotion Convocation Batalden Seminar in Applied… more >

Scoring in science and hockey

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 Balancing academics and athletics can be demanding for college student-athletes. For Brandon Bukowski ’12, a double major in biology and chemistry with his… more >

Gift to future students allows son’s memory to live on at Augsburg

Nathan Schott in his senior year at Maple Grove High School (left). (L to R): Teri Schott, Alexandra Stoiaken ’13, and Chuck Schott at the 2011 brunch for Augsburg… more >

In a room of her own

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 In A Room of One’s Own, writer Virginia Woolf asserts that “a woman must have money and a room of her own… more >

Posts from the road: Summer travel 2012

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 The Augsburg students teaching English in Thailand pose outside of the Wat Benchamabophit, a temple in Bangkok. The Augsburg Choir U.S. Tour The Augsburg… more >

The Augsburg Promise

BY PAUL C. PRIBBENOW, PRESIDENT As I recently watched our almost 1,000 graduates of the Augsburg Class of 2012 walk across the stage to receive diplomas, I couldn’t… more >

Calculus and coffee

By Stephen Geffre Fog-covered mountains, roosters crowing at 4 a.m., dinner by candlelight, 60-foot waterfalls, and calculus. Strange components in a college class, maybe, but for seven… more >

A typical college student

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 In many ways, Rachel Hastings ’15 is a typical college student. She takes Spanish class, sings in a choir, eats in the cafeteria, and… more >

A new approach to learning

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 For most of his life, Nic Adducci ’15 was the kid who couldn’t read or write. The kid who had to go… more >