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Daily Archives: October 1, 2009

Fall 2009 Web Extras

Homecoming 2009 Alumni Awards Campus Kitchen—Youth Philanthropy Award Admission Possible Students… more >

My Auggie Experience: Donnarose Storer-Markoe ’10

From May 12–June 14, 25 students traveled to New Zealand and the Cook Islands studying Biodiversity and Environmental Politics, led by biology professor and native New Zealander Brian Corner… more >

A Colombian Auggie in Europe — Paola Murcia ’99

By Betsey Norgard How did a Latin American Auggie from Colombia end up in Belgium via Minneapolis and Costa Rica? Paola Murcia has lived in Antwerp, Belgium, for three years… more >

Welcome home, Old Main bell

Augsburg’s first Old Main building opened in 1874, and until it was razed to build Sverdrup Hall, its bell called the campus community to meals and events. This bell… more >

Experience the beauty and culture of Norway

Join Augsburg’s Center for Leadership Studies for an educational and cultural tour to Norway, June 5–15, 2010. This specially-designed tour includes visits to Oslo, Kongsberg, Geilo, Bergen… more >

The Augsburg Choir Legacy Recordings

Continuing the Augsburg Choir’s 75th anniversary celebration, Augsburg is proud to announce that CD versions of the Augsburg Choir recordings from 1949-1979 will soon be available. These re… more >

Journey to the Emerald Isle of Ireland

Join friends from the Augsburg College community for an in-depth journey through Ireland. Explore centuries of heroic history, visiting archaeological sites dating to 9,000 BC. Experience the intense… more >

Our ‘Uniquely Augsburg’ faculty add a special touch to alumni events

Have you ever wondered if those costumes at the Renaissance Festival are really accurate? Did you have any idea how the government’s stimulus bill would affect you? Ever considered… more >

Homecoming 2009

September 28–October 4 Despite the rains and chilly weather, spirits were high at the 2009 Auggie Adventure, as hundreds of alumni, students, faculty/staff, and friends celebrated Homecoming. Queen… more >

From the Alumni Board president

By Daniel Hickle ’95, Alumni Board President As I write this article, we are passing into autumn, and every year this brings a palpable sense of nostalgia and reflection… more >