Posted on October 17, 2018 by Cindy Edge

Happy Wednesday! Here are a few highlights from this week’s newsletter. Students! Augustana offers some amazing travel course opportunities, and two of them are having info sessions today. If you’re interested in traveling to Vienna as part of a spring 2019 tour course, and/or if you’re interested in dogsledding in the Canadian North in February …

Happy Wednesday! Here are a few highlights from this week’s newsletter.

Students! Augustana offers some amazing travel course opportunities, and two of them are having info sessions today. If you’re interested in traveling to Vienna as part of a spring 2019 tour course, and/or if you’re interested in dogsledding in the Canadian North in February 2019, check out the posters below! We’re also hosting a Grad School Info Night next Tuesday evening where you’ll receive invaluable information and free pizza.

This Thursday, distinguished visiting fellow Molly Worthen, associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will be presenting her lecture “Make Sure All of Your People Vote”: Donald Trump and the Complexity of Evangelicalism in North America at the Camrose Public Library. Professor Worthen will then lead a teaching seminar for faculty on Friday in the Epp Room.

Looking for weekend plans? Join members of our campus and wider Camrose community to celebrate World Singing Day this Saturday evening in the Forum. The celebration will begin at 6:30 pm with a dessert potluck, followed by a community sing in the Chapel between 7:15 and 8:15 pm. In the mood to watch music, rather than perform it? Attend Orchestra Borealis’s show at the Performing Arts Centre on Sunday.

Also, please note that no recreational cannabis use is currently allowed on our campus. A new Substance Use Policy regarding alcohol, cannabis, and tobacco use on campus will be implemented early in 2019. To offer your suggestions, please fill out the form here.

Have a great week, everyone!


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