September’s Workshop for Reconciliation: Residential Schools

By ISABELLA BOURQUE  The Workshops in Building Capacity for Reconciliation focus on educating the public about Indigenous history and what life was like for many people when colonization started. In participating in these workshops, we recognize the truths that happened to Indigenous peoples because of colonization, as well as the outcomes from the many horrific experiences… Read More September’s Workshop for Reconciliation: Residential Schools

The Toilet Tours

A Fifth Year’s Guide to Pooping on Campus By JENNIFER HA The Augustana Advantage includes small class sizes, personal relationships with your professors, and a liberal arts curriculum that develops your core skills. It does not, however, include the open concept bathrooms that plague our architecture. When we say your professors get to know you… Read More The Toilet Tours

Dag Finally Covers The Real Issues On Campus: The Feud between the Medium and The Dag

By CAROLYN VENTER Personal thank you to that one person on Chitter who said that that the Dag is unprofessional and doesn’t write anything “remotely resembling a real newspaper” because not only did I actually prepare interview questions for this but I also recorded the interview instead of taking half-assed notes. So take that random… Read More Dag Finally Covers The Real Issues On Campus: The Feud between the Medium and The Dag

Familiar Faces

By JENNIFER HA Every issue, we reach out to staff members or faculty who are new or new to their roles at Augustana for our Familiar Faces feature. If you’ve attended soup supper, Geordie Nelson is probably already a familiar face. Geordie is the Chaplaincy Assistant here at Augustana and, apparently, quite the gymnast. 1)… Read More Familiar Faces