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STARTING THIS WEEK 9/12 thru 12/14
Exercise and meditation practices are proven to be beneficial to students and athletes by promoting healthy sleep patterns, more restful sleep and greater memory retention.
All levels welcome – Open to current students, alumni, faculty & friends!
Vinyasa yoga and guided breathing meditations beginning at 1045 and finishing by noon every Wednesday this semester in Si Melby 130(Raquetball court) – mats & blocks provided.
Questions? Email email@example.com
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Augsburg is multi-modal! Learn about NiceRide, Metro Transit, discounted bus/light rail fares, HourCar, and much more. Location: Quad. (Rainsite: Christensen)
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The Augsburg Associates invite you to their Fall Luncheon at the Town & Country Club in St. Paul. The program “Do Not Let My Words Fall to the Ground: Reflections of a Hymn Writer” will be presented by Susan Palo Cherwien, freelance writer and musician. An update from the University will be brought by Heather Riddle, VP Institutional Advancement. RSVP by September 15 online at augsburg.edu/alumni/events. The Town & Country Club is located at 300 Mississippi River Blvd. N. and the cost of the event is $30. Registration begins at 11a.m. and the event starts at 11:30. I hope to see you there!
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Two theater/puppetry workshops led by guest artists are being offered at Augsburg in the fall! There will be a general informational meeting for all students interested in learning more about these projects happening today, Wednesday, September 13th, at 3:40pm in the Foss Studio. Again, students with any amount of interest in collaborating on these projects are encouraged to attend! Any questions about the meeting should be directed to the theater department’s Administrative Assistant, Del Logeais, at email@example.com.
Additional information about the workshops:
Led by Janaki Ranpura
Showing September 27
Foss Studio Theater
See something. Say something. Are these phrases an encouragement to mistrust? Perhaps we could take them as instructions for play. A group of students will create care packages to leave in public. The results of what happens will be transformed into performance for the showing of “Take Care.”
THE WORLD OF PUPPETRY & MASK
Led by Masanari Kawahara
Showings October 17
Foss Studio Theater
Giving life to inanimate objects made from cardboard, masking tape, newspapers and papier-mâché, we will create small and intimately-scaled puppet theater. Different forms introduced may include object theater, hand puppets, figure puppets, and doll/bunraku puppets and masks. We will explore creating an intimate theater from scratch inspired by poems, obituaries, or a love letter.
2017-2018 Production Season
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Come to the Study Abroad & Study Away Fair to learn about all the opportunities to study off-campus in the USA and Around the World. Programs go over winter and spring breaks, summer, and fall and spring semesters!
Grab some popcorn, talk to advisers, program representatives, and fellow Auggies who have recently returned. Enter our prize drawing for a chance to win a gift card to Amazon, Target, Bite Squad, and more!
Learn more about the Study Abroad/Away Fair
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Are you thinking about study abroad in Spring or Summer 2018? Are you a US Citizen and a Pell Grant eligible student?
If you answered yes to all three, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE for the Gillman Scholarship for Study Abroad! Gilman Scholarship recipients can win up to $5000 or $8000 for a semester abroad program. Generous scholarships are also available for Summer programs.
Learn more about the scholarship and how to submit a strong application at one of the upcoming Gilman Workshops:
MONDAY September 18, 3:00-3:30 pm in Oyate Commons, Christensen Center lower level
TUESDAY September 19, 11:30-12:00 in Oyate Commons, Christensen Center lower level
Gilman Scholarship Applications are DUE ON OCTOBER 3. Get started today and we’ll see you at the workshop. Stop by our office in Oyate Commons if you have any questions before then.
Learn more about the Gilman Scholarship here
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Save the Date for Homecoming’s Taste of Augsburg event on Saturday, October 14 from 11-1:30 pm.
Taste of Augsburg is our own version of the State Fair where booths sell food and play games in effort to raise some money while having fun and taking part in Homecoming traditions! To apply for a booth, follow the link to the google form and complete by booth registration deadline of September 29, 2017.
Back by popular demand–seed money for Student Organizations. Contact the Alumni office to learn more or apply . Note, this application is in addition to the booth registration form.
Questions? Contact Katie Code at email@example.com
Vendor Registration Form
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Come join us in chapel to hear Pastor Babette Chatman, Community Collaborative Partner, Redeemer Center for Life and Redeemer Lutheran Church speak on “What’s Faith Got to Do with Staying Woke?”
10:40am, Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center
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Whether you’ve been to a Friday Ebenezer Tower dinner with Campus Kitchen once or every week for the last four years, you are invited to join us for “A Festive Occasion” celebration dinner provided by our friends at Ebenezer. Residents Fred & Bettie are cooking up a potluck dinner and some kind of exciting celebration for all of us “young scholars.”
Friday, Sept. 22, 6-7pm
All are welcome!
Please RSVP on facebook: www.facebook.com/events/373547376394904
or on VolunteerHub: https://campuskitchens.volunteerhub.com/lp/ckac/events/index
From the organizers: “We never know what will come through the door in the Friday evenings, but there’s always a rush of appreciative expectations. The smiles and greetings are so refreshing and they don’t just show up on young faces. The evening of Friday, September 22nd, will be a chance to celebrate our gratitude to these young scholars who volunteer their time to bring us buffet dinners throughout the school year.”