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Laura Swanson Lindahl '15 MBA

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Embracing green horizons

Embracing green horizons

In late summer, two of the three remaining elm trees in Augsburg’s quad—an alumni gift from more than 50 years ago—were removed because of Dutch Elm disease… more >

Augsburg Now to remain name of College magazine

Augsburg Now to remain name of College magazine

This summer, members of the Augsburg College community were invited to consider whether the College’s magazine name, Augsburg Now, aligned with and supported the publication’s purpose and key… more >

Leading foundations and corporations support capital campaign

Leading foundations and corporations support capital campaign

A recent $1 million grant from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation has helped the campaign to build the Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion to surpass… more >

Signs of change

Signs of change

Excitement for the future Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion grew on campus after its construction site was marked. This multidisciplinary building will house, among other… more >

On the spot

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… more >

Acclaimed artist creates painting for chapel

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… more >

Renovations occurring across campus

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… more >

From Augsburg’s Campus Kitchen to the community table

From Augsburg’s Campus Kitchen to the community table

Unique program expands its reach

The Campus Kitchen program at Augsburg College works to make healthy food accessible to all people living in and near the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis. The program also provides… more >

Soup for the heart and soul of Augsburg’s neighbors

Soup for the heart and soul of Augsburg’s neighbors

Alumnus launches community meal program

Five days a week, Minneapolis community members convene at Bethany Lutheran Church to dine on gourmet fare prepared as part of the Soup for You! Café—a program the Star… more >

Putting Minneapolis in the spotlight

Putting Minneapolis in the spotlight

This spring, hundreds of prospective Augsburg College students and their families visited campus as part of “Destination: Augsburg,” an event designed to offer a glimpse into on-campus life. The… more >

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