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

A Review of After U: Thinking, Researching, and Communicating about My Future

by JENNIFER HA Sometimes, I wake up covered in cold sweat in the middle of the night because I remember that I’m graduating in four months. At any given moment, there are at least a dozen tabs open on my laptop about grad programs, internships, and resumes. Every night, LinkedIn sends me an email reminding… Read More A Review of After U: Thinking, Researching, and Communicating about My Future

#Trumped

by KEN WINDER Yes. Donald J. Trump won the election. A joke America took seriously. Instead of focusing on the many failings of Trump, which are too numerous to mention, let’s focus on what this election means for Canada and the citizens of North America. Where the United States leads, Canada has the potential to… Read More #Trumped

Knowing when to Fold ‘Em: What a Withdrawal Really Means on Your Transcript

by JENNIFER HA Augustana’s liberal arts curriculum has allowed (and, at times, forced) me to take courses in a variety of disciplines. As a crotchety, old fifth year, I have a transcript and a grade point average of which I am extremely proud—a result of taking a wide range of courses I found interesting and… Read More Knowing when to Fold ‘Em: What a Withdrawal Really Means on Your Transcript