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Artists are looking for additional inspiration for their work in the new Center for Science, Business, and Religion. Stop by our table in Christensen Center on Thursday or Friday this week (Mar 9 and 10, between 10AM and 1PM).
Or see the art and respond online!
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There will be a meeting in the Riverside Room at 3:30 p.m. today to discuss how the Augsburg community can help the No Dakota Access Pipeline effort. We will be discussing creating a documentary to educate people about the pipeline. This documentary will include interviews with people who have been to Standing Rock. We will also be discussing Augsburg’s relationship with Wells Fargo because of Wells Fargo’s involvement with funding the pipeline. All are welcome to join us today!
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This past Monday, Augsburg hosted the 7th Annual Math Jeopardy competition in front of an enthusiastic audience. Students from Augsburg, Concordia-St. Paul, Macalester, and St. Thomas competed. Macalester won the competition, and Augsburg finished one point away from a tie for second place. The questions featured calculus and discrete math topics as well as categories like presidential math and math in the movies. There was even an entire category on how Ryan Gosling expresses himself with math (thanks to Miles Ott). In keeping with tradition, no alternative facts were used.
Many thanks to Unbounded math club officers, AlexAnn Koecher, Bob Laskowski, Nazih Safi, Hannah Whitington, and Thomas Kukowski, for helping organize the competition and also to the Augsburg mathletes who participated: Lidiya Ahmed, Lexander Boukal, Alice Coffman, Stewart Hagen, Lewis Istok, Bob Laskowski, and Alex Sushko. A very special thanks to Matt Haines for compiling the questions and then being the master of ceremonies.
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The Commons is now open for service
Continental Breakfast 9:45am-11am
Light Lunch 1:30pm-4:30pm
Einsteins is open from 7:30am-9pm, with the Late Night Menu starting at 7pm
Nabo is open from 7:30am-8pm, with Hot Food starting at 10:30am
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Please nominate an Augsburg Senior for the….
Marina Christensen Justice Award
The Marina Christensen-Justice Award is given to one graduating senior each year at Commencement. This person has demonstrated a dedication to the community beyond the Augsburg College campus, working in solidarity with marginalized people, as characterized by the personal and professional life of Marina Christensen-Justice.
Please send the name of the senior that you are nominating and a brief description about why you are nominating this person to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 24th.
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You are invited to Daral Quba Mosque, 6th Street (near the Cedar Riverside LRT station, When: 1:15pm-2:00pm Friday, March 10th for tea and coffee and a chance to meet with neighbors and Augsburg staff from the Sabo Center who are hosting this gathering.
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Augsburg undergraduate students are invited to enter the John R. Mitchell Academy of American Poets Prize, sponsored by Jean Mitchell in honor of John Mitchell, former English Department faculty member and poet. The best group of THREE POEMS will be awarded a cash prize of $100 and a certificate from the Academy of American Poets. A poet not affiliated with Augsburg College will judge the contest.
Deadline for entries: March 17, 2017
– Poems must be sent as separate attachments to email@example.com
– Writers should put “Mitchell Prize” in the subject line.
– The email must contain the titles of the poems, the poet’s full name, campus address, and permanent address.
– Winners will be announced by Augsburg College in April.
– In the summer, the Academy will send a letter of congratulations and a certificate to each winner or honorable mention recipient. If two winners are chosen, the prize money will be divided between them.
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Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3-4:30 p.m.
(There will be no Career Quick Stop during Spring break; call 612-330-1148 for individual appointments)
These drop-in hours are designed to expand access to career coaches and to accommodate impromptu student career questions as they arise. During Quick Stop hours students are seen on a first-come, first-served basis for brief, 15-minute drop-in appointments. These times are meant for quick career questions, brief resume or cover letter reviews, or help getting started with an internship or job search.
Quick Stop is not intended to replace longer appointments, and we regret we cannot accommodate career assessment requests during Quick Stop hours (please schedule an individual appointment: 612-330-1148).
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Wouldn’t it be GREAT if you could get paid to do an internship?
You may be able to do just that because of a grant awarded to Augsburg College. This program serves juniors and seniors who receive financial aid, improving their odds of graduating and preparing them to enter the workforce with real-world experience in their fields of study.
To be eligible:
* Students must be in good academic standing (2.0+ GPA)
* Students must be a college junior or senior (60 credits completed) at the time of the internship (Second semester sophomores can apply as long as they hold junior standing BEFORE the internship begins)
* Students must be eligible for financial aid (work study) Not sure if you are eligible? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or check your awards package
* The internship must be related to your major or career aspirations
* Internships will take place Summer 2017, Fall 2017, or Spring 2018
Act now! Priority consideration is given to students who complete the short Augsburg application, so we recommend you complete it soon.
To learn more about the grant, visit http://www.augsburg.edu/strommen/. Apply for the grant thru Inside Augsburg, On Campus Jobs. Search for “Great Lakes Grant”.
If you already have an unpaid internship lined up and would like to see if it can be turned into a Great Lakes site, please contact us at 612-330-1472 and we will assist you.
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Have you heard about Augsburg College’s Senior Film Keystone class? We are making a short independent film called “Medallion.” Our film is about Ben who is seven years into his sobriety, and loses his wife to a car accident forcing him to come to terms with his alcoholism without his anchor. He is faced with the decision to either forget the life that he has built with her or face reality and continue to honor her memory. With our film, we hope to combat the stigma surrounding alcoholics and addicts in film as we build a new narrative.
To help fund our film, we have started an IndieGoGo, and we are officially halfway past our $2,000 goal with 11 days left. Please check out the site at the link below, and donate as you are able.
Your donation would help us rent equipment, secure locations, costume our characters, feed our cast and crew, purchase insurance, and submit our film to festivals.
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As you see fit, please pass this message along to people that would be interested in donating or following us on social media. We want to reach as many people as possible!