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Join CLASS and Lindell Library for a free film screening and discussion of Crip Camp. Crip Camp details a significant snapshot in the Disability Civil Rights Movement. Through the lives of activists in the 1970s, we learn about commitment to equal access and unwavering activism.
Date and time: Thursday, February 2, 2023, 3 pm to 6 pm
Location: Lindell Library, Room 301
Snacks will be provided!
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Note: Faculty/Staff who have earned their Diversity & Inclusion Certificate may use this event to contribute to Good/Advanced Standing. See you there!
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What if you could conquer fatigue and hit the ‘reset’ for more energy? How might your day – even your life – look different?
Our first wellbeing challenge is called FATIGUE FIGHTERS and will focus on the culprits that zap energy, along with some new and even geeky tips to help you feel great and experience your most energized self!
All students, staff, and faculty are welcome to participate.
Challenge Dates: 1/30 – 2/26 (4 weeks). Click below for details, and you’ll find the sign-up link at the bottom.
-Brought to you by your new Wellbeing, Health, and Wellness Task Force (more info to come!)
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The Cedar and The Great Northern Present JOE RAINEY: NIINETA
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Doors: 7:00 PM/Show: 7:30 PM CT
All Ages, mixed seated and standing
$27 Advance*, $32 Day of Show
*Augsburg students receive a 20% discount!
This is a seated and standing show with general admission, first-come-first-served seating. The Cedar is happy to reserve seats for patrons who require special seating accommodations. To request seating or other access accommodations, please go to our Access page.
General Admission tickets are available online.
ABOUT THIS SHOW
“You’ve never heard anything quite like Joe Rainey’s avant-garde Pow Wow music.” – Pitchfork
Niineta, Joe Rainey’s debut album on 37d03d, is a landmark in modern Indigenous music. These are bold, electrifying songs that recontextualize the ancient Pow Wow sound in strange, new in-between places. Each note conveys a clear message, no matter the inflection: We’re still here. The songs that make up Niineta (translated from Ojibwe, meaning ‘Just Me’) start with Andrew Broder’s churning avant-garde beats, configured and hand-made to support Joe’s original melodies, tunes written from a lifetime of competitive Pow Wow singing and drum group archiving. All of this is embraced by and interwoven with celestial strings, arranged by Broder and William Brittelle, performed by “dream group” (The New York Times) Owls, giving Joe’s melodies an ecstatic lift. Visuals for the show will be provided by experimental filmmaker Isaac Gale, who has collaborated with Rainey, Broder, and Brittelle on multiple projects.
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Join us today from 11:30 – 11:50 a.m. in the Hoversten Chapel for the next installment in our Uncovering Vocation series. Dr. Christina Erickson, Professor of Social Work, will share her story of how her vocation has evolved. Come and learn more about Christina, our community, and how we seek to live our lives for the sake of the neighbor.