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Toward a more sustainable Augsburg

by Betsey Norgard Living sustainably is no longer merely an option. As a vast majority of the world’s people struggle for resources to sustain even simple lives, a small… more >

Street pastors bring care and hope to the streets

Glendine Soiseth graduated from Augsburg and Luther Seminary in 2004 with a dual degree—Master of Social Work and Master of Arts in Theology. She was ready for the challenge… more >

Jordan Berg: Football, Physics, and far more

By Kelly Anderson Diercks Division III athletics is all about balancing. It’s about finding time to focus on both academics and athletics while still having time for family, friends… more >

The Kidney Kabaret for Janet Paone

By Betsey Norgard Photo by Paul Nixdorf In a summer 2007 community theatre production of Fiddler on the Roof, Janet Paone ’83 played Golde. Golde’s husband, Tevye, was played… more >

clever student + wise professor + experienced alum = AWESOME DISCOVERY

By Wendi Wheeler and Betsey Norgard A student’s passion for research Brian Krohn originally came to Augsburg to study film, but after only one semester without any science classes… more >

Grassroot Health Care – the Clinic Center

By Libby Henslin ’06, operations and admissions coordinator, Rochester location “Social awareness is an important part of our mission at the Center Clinic. We believe that awareness is the… more >

Travel that transforms

STUDENTS SAY… Comments from the “Religion and Christian Faith” travel seminar to El Salvador, January 2007 NATALIE SASSEVILLE ’09 “Going on the trip to El Salvador was like getting… more >

Augsburg film comes of age

By Bethany Bierman Auggie Mike Bodnarchek ’85 built a career in music video production and has helped other Auggies get a start in LA. The coffee shop in Christensen… more >

Because I Can

Even at the RNC, Eric Franzen felt like he was in the minority. He was certain that he and another intern from St. Louis, Mo. were the only Republicans placed… more >

Changing Courses

In the Hmong culture, young people often follow the path chosen for them by their parents. For Mai Lee, a second-year student from Minneapolis, this meant a career in… more >