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Facilities continues to work with Metropolitan Mechanical (MMC) to repair the steam leaks on Riverside Avenue. The first outage, on Wednesday, October 6, was the inspection to determine where the leak was. There will be a second shutdown on Wednesday, October 13 from 6:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. to complete work needed to repair the leak.
A list of buildings that are affected because of the steam shutdown follows. This only affects hot water; cold water will still be available for toilets, sinks, drinking fountains, and showers.
Ice Arena – No hot water for the zamboni area, sinks, vanities, and showers
Si-Melby – No hot water for sinks, vanities, and showers
Urness Hall – No hot water for sinks, vanities, and showers
Mortensen Hall – No hot water for sinks, vanities, and showers
Christensen Center – No hot water for sinks, upper floor kitchen, dishwasher, and mop sink
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October 11, 2021
Yesterday evening Public Safety staff were made aware of stickers placed at various locations across campus promoting a white supremacist group. This particular group is known to place propaganda on college and university campuses, but is typically non-violent.
The stickers were placed in the various locations between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. by two individuals. One suspect was a white male, approximately 6’0”, clean shaven, thin, wearing a tan baseball hat, dark jacket and blue jeans. The other suspect was a white male, approximately 5’8”, stocky, wearing a tan hat, grey hoodie under a flannel shirt, and blue jeans.
Public Safety staff, along with the Facilities staff worked quickly to remove all known stickers from campus property. Furthermore, leaders from Public Safety, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, and Student Affairs will continue to monitor the situation and take immediate action on any reports of continued activity from this, or other racist organizations, on campus. For support regarding this incident, please contact the Center for Wellness and Counseling at 612-330-1707, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives at 612-330-1126, or Multicultural Life at 612-330-1087.
If you have any helpful information regarding this incident to report, please contact the Department of Public Safety at 612-330-1717.
Please report any and all concerns that may impact our campus community. If You See Something – Say Something (x1717). We also encourage you to utilize the resources available on our website: http://www.augsburg.edu/dps and in the CampusShield safety app (available for free download on Google Play and iTunes app stores).
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The Admission Department is hosting Auggie Preview Days, a two-day campus visit event for prospective Auggies, on Thursday, October 21 and Friday, October 22. For the convenience of our visitors, 50 parking spots will be reserved in Lot D all day Thursday and Friday.
We hope that you will help us welcome prospective Auggies and their families to campus; whether it be a friendly wave or offering directions to lost looking people, small gestures go a long way.
For displaced faculty and staff needing alternative transportation and parking accommodations for these two days, the following options are available:
– Augsburg Lot L
– Augsburg Lot J (“Future Auggie” labeled spots)
– University of Minnesota Medical Center Red Ramp, entrance at Riverside and 24th Avenue S (free passes available for pickup in the Admission Department)
– Light rail or bus (free passes available for pickup in the Admission Department)
Street parking will not be reimbursed by the Admission Department.
Please direct all questions to Robert Gould (firstname.lastname@example.org)