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  • CURRICULUM CHANGE COMING

    BY ALIZA GRAHAM / DAGLIGTALE STAFF WRITER In fall 2020, Augustana is introducing three new majors and a new project-based core. The core applies to everybody but the new majors are for a subset of students. There are no new majors for science yet, however, they will be coming. It is somewhat correct to say […]

  • THE INDIA EXPERIENCE

    BY MAVEN BODDY / DAGLIGTALE FREELANCE WRITER One of the many perks of studying at Augustana is the diverse range of opportunities beyond the classroom. Community Service Learning and Experiential Education are two of my favourite ways to unite knowledge gleaned from textbooks and lectures with the real world. Most recently, I went on an […]

  • A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO VALENTINE’S DAY

    BY MIA ARCINEGAS / DAGLIGTALE FREELANCE WRITER The reason I am writing this is to shed light on something I have noticed happening more and more often. I would like to take the opportunity of Valentine’s Day being just around the corner to bring this forth. To be clear, I believe interactions people share nowadays […]

  • RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER: THE NORDLYS FESTIVAL!

    BY ALIZA GRAHAM / DAGLIGTALE STAFF WRITER The Bailey Theatre hosts its eleventh annual Nordlys Film and Arts Festival on Family Day weekend, February 14th-16th. Nordlys has an eclectic blend of films from Canada and around the world as well as the opportunity to engage with special guest filmmakers. Over the last decade, Nordlys has […]

  • THE FIGHT TO BE HUMAN

    BY DANIELA CARBAJAL / DAGLIGTALE FREELANCE WRITER As the diversity of our global society grows to extents of onlooking promises of a more just future, so do the conversations of what this diversity means in a world that had for so long refused it. The laws of life and nature dictate that where there is […]

  • my being wanes as the seasons change

    AN ORIGINAL POEM BY SIERRA NAPIER am I lonely, or am I isolating myself? my limbs can’t handle this chill that freezes everything except my tears and why am I crying again? how many hours have passed without a laugh? a hug? these trembling fingers couldn’t possibly put me back together. how can you find […]

  • MAYBE JANE AND THE MAYBE STARS

    BY EMMARIE BROWN / DAGLIGTALE FREELANCE WRITER There is a different kind of history which lies in all that we don’t know and never will. It’s a history of imagination in which all of the answers are wrong except for the right ones, but “right” and “wrong” are based only on common beliefs and science […]

  • KOBE’S IMPACT: BEYOND SPORTS

    BY KIRANDEEP SINGH / DAGLIGTALE STAFF WRITER On January 26, 2020, basketball legend Kobe Bryant lost his life in a helicopter crush, along with eight other victims including his daughter. Although he had fans and rivals, people have come to respect his dedication and drive for the sport. Bryant joined the NBA straight out of […]

  • KEEP A SABBATH, KEEP IT WELL

    ERIC ANDERSSON Student life is stressful. It’s a cliché, but also a fundamental truth; stress is a part of the student experience. You sign up to be a student, you’re going to experience stress. Sorry. That’s just how it is. Seeing how student life is so stressful, there’s been an avalanche of attempts (including one […]

  • I’M WATCHING

    AN ORIGINAL SHORT STORY BY AVNEET GREWAL Look at the sky. Look at the ground. Look anywhere. His words echoed in my head. I looked at the sky it was blue, a clear blue. I thought how unfortunate. It didn’t fit the mood. The grass I was standing on was a lush green. Pity that […]