By JENNY GREEN From February 17-19, the eighth Nordlys Film and Arts Festival kicked off not only reading week, but Family Day Weekend as well. An annual event that has become a tradition in Camrose, the film festival was once known as the Pretty Hill Film Festival as it originates in Pretty Hill, Alberta. Now… Read More The Eighth Annual Nordlys Film Festival – A Great Success
by JENNY GREEN On Sunday, January 29, the community of Camrose was treated to its annual Rocky Road Ice Cream Fantasy. Founded by students in 1993 with the goal of helping a charity while creating an event for the city’s youth to enjoy, this event is now run by the Residence Life team. Clad in… Read More Ice Cream Festival A Sweet Succes
Why the Augustana Student is A Camrosian by AUTUMN MACDONALD The Camrose Community Bus was implemented a little less than a year ago in April, 2016 as the Camrose City Bus. Contracted by the City of Camrose, the Rose City Handivan Society manages most of the operations of the new bus transportation system. City Manager… Read More The “Community” in Camrose Community Bus
By: CAROLYN VENTER I know. It’s that time of year where everyone’s panicking about the classes they haven’t been to all year, and that is exactly why you should come out to see the 24th Street Wailers on Friday, Dec 2nd. In addition to having a super cool name, they are travelling to the middle… Read More The 24th Street Wailers Play the Bailey!
PART ONE by JENNIFER HA As a fifth year, I’ve found that small talk as a university student typically follows this tedious and slightly panicked pattern: name, hometown, major, and future plans. While I usually try to divert the conversation by bringing up horoscopes (happy Scorpio season!), I still find myself having to answer the… Read More There is Hope: Life After Augustana