Posted on January 30, 2013 by Christopher Thrall

Houston, we have lift-off. Every little newsletter, lying in its bed at night and watching the moonlit shadows dance on the walls while it waits for the gentle arms of Morpheus to gather it up, dreams of someday being featured in a major launch. For the Augustana Newsletter, that day has come. Welcome to the …

Houston, we have lift-off.

Every little newsletter, lying in its bed at night and watching the moonlit shadows dance on the walls while it waits for the gentle arms of Morpheus to gather it up, dreams of someday being featured in a major launch. For the Augustana Newsletter, that day has come.

Welcome to the new Augustana Newsletter, brought to you live from orbit! You might notice a small delay in viewing the images below: Learning and Beyond’s Facebook contest and information about the upcoming Round Dance must be dropped precisely from our Interstellar Command Post in order to land right on your screen. Please open a window – or, ideally, a skylight – in order to make our job easier.

Bringing you all the Augustana – and Low Earth Orbit – news that’s fit to drop 400 km down Earth’s gravity well!


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2 responses to Augustana Newsletter in T minus 3… 2…

  • Ally said:
    Feb 1, 2013 at 11:23 AM

    Hi there,

    Is there a way to view the newsletter as a single PDF, as before?

    Thanks,
    Ally

    • Christopher Thrall said:
      Feb 4, 2013 at 1:09 PM

      Unfortunately, Allysa, the files were getting too large to email out – which is why we went to the online version. It was also a huge file to download from the server, so we went with individual pictures of each page. How was a PDF preferable to the click-through image files? We would like to know how to make this the easiest to read.

      Christopher Thrall, Communications Specialist
      University of Alberta – Augustana Campus