Posted on January 16, 2013 by Christopher Thrall

Ah, yes – your beloved Augustana Newsletter! Some people have accused us as being the most useful reading material since “How to Learn French” was translated into French…. However, to these we say “Hey, nonny nonny!” For what other publication can boast Lumumba at Kim’s house? How about a Jerome Melancon round table on the …

Ah, yes – your beloved Augustana Newsletter! Some people have accused us as being the most useful reading material since “How to Learn French” was translated into French…. However, to these we say “Hey, nonny nonny!”

For what other publication can boast Lumumba at Kim’s house? How about a Jerome Melancon round table on the Liberal Arts or a whole POSTER on the Ole Uffda?! And just when you thought your brain would burst with the incredible volume of information being packed into it, you discover not only the International Week schedule but ALSO a warning for people with student loans from the years 2000 to 2006…

While it may not be “All the News That’s Fit to Print”, it is certainly “All the News We’ve Been Given to Distribute to a Perceptive and Discriminating Augustana Audience”, but that is nowhere near as catchy… Enjoy!


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