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Join us tonight to explore and share poetry, manifestos, art and music of resistance in Latinx and Spanish-speaking communities. This is a night of sharing and of inspiration for all interested in social justice. Information will be shared in Spanish and/or English, so all are welcome!
We hope to see you at this event: 7:00-9:00 p.m., East Commons, 2nd fl., Christensen Center. If you want to bring a piece to share, more information can be found here (access from your Augsburg account):
Please direct your questions to Kate Reinhardt at email@example.com or Sarah Degnar Riveros at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Book and Lyrics by STEW
Music by STEW and Heidi Rodewald
Kelli Foster Warder
Thursday, March 30 at 7:00 P.M.
Friday March 31 at 7:00 P.M.
Saturday, April 1 at 7:00 P.M.
Sunday, April 2 at 3:00 P.M.
Saturday April 8 at 3:00 P.M.
Saturday April 8 at 7:00 P.M.
Sunday April 9 at 3:00 P.M.
Part comedy. Part coming-of-age story. Full-out rock concert! PASSING STRANGE, a Tony award-winning musical, is a genre-bending exploration of an artist’s journey to find life’s truths. The story follows Youth, a young Black man raised in the idyllic hills of California, as he passes through life, learning about himself and the world around him, through music and the people he meets because of it. Throughout his journey for “the real,” he gains so much, but is what he gives up too much? Will the ends justify the means? Will everything be alright?
Reserve Tickets Now!
Tjornhom-Nelson Theater, Foss Center
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Join the EAST Scholars and the Education Department as we thank Yodit for her four years of service to our program. Wednesday, March 29, OGC 114, 4 – 6 p.m.
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Memorial Blood Centers will be on campus today from 10 – 4 pm in the East Commons for our annual spring blood drive. Thanks to so many of you that signed up to donate. If you did not do that, please feel free to stop in as a walk-in donor. All donors today will receive a FREE t-shirt! If you are donating be sure to eat good meals before donating and drink a lot of water.
Auggies are helping save lives and since 1997 over 4000 lives have been helped with Augsburg donations!! Thank you very much.
Any questions, please call the CWC office at 612-330-1707
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Greetings all! Please join the Augsburg College Pan Afrikan Student Union for our annual Afrikan Night. This year we are unapologetically celebrating and embracing our Blackness with the theme Black Carpet. (Yes, there will actually be a Black Carpet). We want you to come dressed to impress (in whatever is comfortable to you). The paparazzi will be waiting to take a picture of you shinning! We want everyone attending Afrikan Night to feel special, and comfortable embracing themselves.
PERFOMERS WANTED: If you are interested in performing please fill out this form:
https://docs.google.com/a/augsburg.edu/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSecbBNkKDvIpW9osTTvMDWy0GetQEvOzA99Fybm0L-0ceaQsQ/viewform (The deadline to sign up is March 31st.)
Please only fill this out if you are committed to performing, attending practices, keeping in contact with the board, and taking this responsibility seriously. Email PASU@Augsburg.edu with any question.
Augsburg students will be prioritized as well as other college/university students. If possible have your own clothing available but we will have a limited amount of Afrikan Clothing available to those who do not have their own (first come first serve!). Must be of Afrikan Descent and/or respect all cultural boundaries to participate in this show but open to all to join in this celebration so invite all of your friends!
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Cargill Summer Diversity Leadership Summit – August 2017-
To learn more and apply go to: http://www.cargill.com
In the search bar enter: UNI05033
Cargill’s Diversity Leadership Summit is a three-day program held August 14-16th, 2017 that focuses on diversity and inclusion, and leadership development. During the three days, attendees may:
-Gain invaluable exposure to various Cargill opportunities and careers -Interact with Cargill leaders across the company
-Participate in activities which may include: developmental workshops, panels, and case studies
-Hear from our Business Resource Groups and learn about the value of diversity and inclusion at Cargill
All attendees will have a guaranteed internship interview and will return to school with the chance of a job offer in hand! Cargill will pay for all reasonable travel and hotel accommodations for non-local attendees.
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Join us in the chapel at 10:40am. Dr. Paul Pribbenow, President, Augsburg College, will preach. Music: Jaz Vallin, flute, and Sam Greives, tenor.
Thursday, 3/30, 11:30am, Senior Chapel: Grace Corbin ’17
Friday, 3/31, 10:40am: Prof. Kristen Mebust, Dept. of Religion. Music: Augsburg Choir directed by Mark Sedio
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Come for dinner, a fashion show, henna and prizes on Saturday, April 8 from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Brian Coyle Community Center with women of the Cedar Riverside Neighborhood. Still looking for volunteers to help serve the meal. Free and open to all women.
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The Cedar Presents Nimco Yasin ft. Iskalaji with special guest Rahmo Rose
Friday, March 31
Doors: 7 p.m. / Show: 8 p.m.
at The Cedar Cultural Center
Free with Augsburg ID
Get more information at thecedar.org/midnimo
Nimco Yasin rose to fame as part of a member of the legendary Waaberi Group in the 80s. Waaberi Group, or “Dawn Players,” was Somalia’s government-sponsored music and dance troupe that included the most talented singers, musicians, and dancers in the country. With more than 300 members over its 30-year existence, the group was a source of national pride and toured the world multiple times. Known for her striking voice and emotional love ballads, Yasin eloquently revives the vintage qaraami (or “Somali jazz”) sound that Waaberi was known for, while bringing it into a modern context.
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Faculty and staff, RSVP now for the final installment of “Speaking of Sabbaticals.” Sociology professor Lars Christiansen will present findings from his resent sabbatical research (and beyond), focusing on the relationship between theories of embodiment and urban design and planning. His talk will include comparisons of several U.S. cities and focus on transportation policy and practices.
“Bodies in Motion: What the Embodiment Revolution Means for How We Get Around.”
Monday, April 3
Co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Christensen Center for Vocation.
RSVP for your spot at lunch here!