Posted on February 11, 2020 by Tia Lalani

Happy Wednesday! Here’s a rundown of what you can expect in this week’s issue of the Weekly. Tonight: a birthday party for Charles Darwin and a vocal masterclass. This weekend: a curling funspiel, the Augustana Asian Pacific Club’s Wonders of Asia event, and Vikings games. Within the week: the Diversity Working Group’s self-love events, free hot chocolate, …

Happy Wednesday! Here’s a rundown of what you can expect in this week’s issue of the Weekly.

Tonight: a birthday party for Charles Darwin and a vocal masterclass. This weekend: a curling funspiel, the Augustana Asian Pacific Club’s Wonders of Asia event, and Vikings games. Within the week: the Diversity Working Group’s self-love events, free hot chocolate, yoga for wellness and stress relief, more performances, a film screening, a field course info session, a delicious dining hall menu, and more.

Have a great week, everyone!

  • Next Monday is Family Day, so all university buildings will be closed. Happy long weekend, everyone!
  • Have you noticed all of the amazing and informative Black History Month displays in the forum? Check them out!
  • Did you miss the opening of the library’s Living Colours exhibit at the end of January? If so, check out some photos below! And be sure to stop by the library to see the exhibit, on until March 27.
  • The alumni office and members of the ASSET team are hosting a free hot chocolate bar to celebrate Valentine’s Day this Friday at the bookstore. See you there!

  • Have you submitted your nominations for the ASA Leadership Awards yet? They’re due on Valentine’s Day, which is this Friday! Show a little love and nominate now!

 

  • Augustana is migrating to Google Drive for primary storage of university data. At 5 pm on March 6, you will no longer have access to your existing N: drive or departmental network drives. You may proceed with migrating your personal N: drive data to Google Drive. If you want TLS to move your data, please notify them by filling out this survey (if you already completed this survey, you don’t need to do so again). For more info on understanding this change or booking a training session, select a time to meet with TLS.

 

 

♥ The original illustration of a heart shape was conceivably created in the 1250s. The heart is found in a manuscript of a French romance titled “Roman de la Poire” (Romance of the Pear). In the picture, a kneeling lover appears to be offering his heart to a lady. Although, the lover could also be handing her a pear, due to the title of the manuscript. ♥

Do you want to share a fun fact? Send it (and your source) to augcomm@ualberta.ca!

 

 

 

Campus Rec Classes

  • Yoga – Monday from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Physio Lab (Recreation Centre) – Free for students and staff,  $5 for community members
  • Pop Up Fitness – Wednesday from 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm in the Physio Lab (Recreation Centre) – Free for students and staff, $5 for community members

 

PLEASE NOTE THE DAY CHANGES ON SHEET*

 

 


If you are searching for alternative accommodation, the Augustana Students’ Association compiles a list of Off-Campus Housing. Visit http://asa.su.ualberta.ca/services/off-campus-housing/ to view the list (if the link isn’t working, try using a different browser (Firefox or Internet Explorer)). Contact the ASA (augsa@ualberta.ca) for more information.

 

 


 

Looking for work? Check out volunteer and on-campus employment opportunities on the My UAlberta App (Augustana Campus Experience), and on CampusBridge.


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