Auggies find leadership in Sisterhood

Minneapolis shoppers can find a little Auggie Pride in an unexpected location—a secondhand clothing store that is an active illustration of Augsburg College’s mission, which includes collaborating with others to serve the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood and providing students with hands-on learning

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Behind the music

Auggie backup band’s role helps bridge cultures and generations Augsburg College students, alumni, and faculty have helped bring a cutting-edge musical partnership to life by performing alongside the rising voices of the Somali music scene and even some “super stars.

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Auggie Matt McGinn ’13 finds innovative ways to serve an old favorite

Matt McGinn ’13 has accomplished more in his 27 years than most. He overcame alcohol dependence to graduate from Augsburg College and its StepUP ® program and then went on to become a successful entrepreneur in the coffee industry. And

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Honoring 12 retiring faculty

Pauline Abraham Assistant Professor and Director of BSN Program, Nursing, Rochester Joined the College — 2005 Augsburg allows the students and faculty to become who they want to be as individuals and achieve their dreams. The College has afforded me

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Celebrating student success

Students participate in Zyzzogeton 2015 Zyzzogeton Research Festival is an opportunity for the Augsburg College community to hear about the exciting scholarship happening on campus. This year, more than 80 students presented their research and creative activity to the public

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On the spot

In the discipline of art history it’s common to discuss the visual representation of saints and sinners, kings and queens, and maybe even a Viking or two. At Augsburg College, Kristin Anderson teaches courses on the history of art and

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Making space for a new academic building

On May 1, the campaign for the Center for Science, Business, and Religion surpassed its $50 million fundraising goal. To make room for the construction of this new academic building, the College razed two existing houses on campus. One of

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Acclaimed artist creates painting for chapel

This spring, Augsburg’s Campus Ministry welcomed the Rev. Paul Oman—a professional watercolorist whose artistic work draws inspiration from his experiences, travels, and Lutheran faith—to take part in a three-day worship event on campus. Oman created a large-scale painting of Jesus

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Renovations occurring across campus

Renovations are underway on a number of spaces on the Augsburg campus in Minneapolis, including the Sateren Auditorium in the Anderson Music Hall. The space will return to service this fall.  

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(Re)name the magazine?

What do you think? Last summer, Augsburg College participated in a national higher education magazine survey developed by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. This survey allowed more than 600 people to share feedback on the ways Augsburg’s

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