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New Faces and Places: A Tale of Two Augustanas Posted on August 26, 2016

Welcome Dr. Geoffrey Dipple to Augustana!

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Augustana professor to present again on WWII Enigma machine at Telus World of Science Posted on August 19, 2016

Don’t miss Dr. Peter Berg’s presentation “The Enigma Story: Technology, Turing, Trondheim, Toronto”

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Recognition for Reclamation: Augustana Alumnus Ryan Mason (’09) to Receive Innovation Award Posted on August 18, 2016

Augustana Alumnus Ryan Mason ('09) will receive the Alumni Innovation Award on September 22, 2016

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Bright Horizons for Augustana Alumna Koren Lightning-Earle (’04) Posted on August 18, 2016

Koren Lightning-Earle ('04) will receive the Alumni Horizon Award on September 22, 2016

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New Faces and Places: A Tale of Two Augustanas August 26, 2016
Ahmadiyya Muslim tour aims to break down barriers August 25, 2016
Augustana professor to present again on WWII Enigma machine at Telus World of Science August 19, 2016
Public Lecture – Course Correction for a Nation: Our Journey from Truth to Reconciliation August 18, 2016
Recognition for Reclamation: Augustana Alumnus Ryan Mason (’09) to Receive Innovation Award August 18, 2016
Bright Horizons for Augustana Alumna Koren Lightning-Earle (’04) August 18, 2016
Camrose Church of God Event: “On Forgiveness” Featuring John and Eloise Bergen August 15, 2016
Is God Transgender? August 15, 2016
How do Muslim women view their place in Canada? August 15, 2016
Olympians in Hijab and Bikini August 15, 2016
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Transfiguration August 15, 2016
“The Most Daring Blasphemy”: Getting Students to Think Critically About Extra-Canonical Texts August 11, 2016
Do religious leaders influence their congregants’ political views? August 11, 2016
Young immigrants to Canada passionate about spirituality August 11, 2016
Many Americans Hear Politics From the Pulpit August 11, 2016
The Olympics as a kind of religion August 11, 2016
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected (Globe and Mail; July 24, 2016) July 25, 2016
On America’s Pacific shore, many religious currents meet (The Economist; July 14, 2016) July 25, 2016
Consider the dim sum spot: P.E.I. Buddhist-affiliated restaurant vandalized after monks free lobsters (National Post; July 12, 2016) July 25, 2016
If Pokémon Go feels like a religion, that’s because it kind of is (The Guardian; July 12, 2016) July 25, 2016
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