Can music be violence? The banning of “Drill” music and it’s influence in the UK Posted on September 18, 2018

Augustana musicologist Alex Carpenter examines the recent push to ban Drill music in the UK to determine whether or not music can cause violence.

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Camrose Connector kicks off Posted on August 31, 2018

A new bus shuttle service from Camrose to Edmonton will begin Tuesday, September 4 with a 7 am departure trip from the University of Alberta Augustana Campus.

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Augustana’s newest postdoc is tackling the tough subjects Posted on August 29, 2018

Katharine Batlan has just begun work at the Chester Ronning Centre for the Study of Religion and Public Life and is not afraid to discuss politics and religion in any kind of company.

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A joined journey: The Camrose Canadian and Augustana Campus Posted on August 20, 2018

A final farewell to the Camrose Canadian, which served our community and campus for over 100 years.

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Staunch supporter recognized with alumni award Posted on August 14, 2018

Reading University proponent Blain Fowler celebrated for contributing to the life of Augustana.

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2018 Big Valley Jamboree Parade, in photos Posted on August 9, 2018

If you happened to miss the parade last week, check out Augustana’s participation in the photo recap here!

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Battling culture of toughness in hockey part of challenge in preventing head injuries Posted on July 10, 2018

History shows the acceptance of violence, playing through pain are values passed on by hockey players for more than a century, say U of A experts.

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A new way to think about the land Posted on June 22, 2018

UAlberta honourary degree holder Nettie Wiebe urges a reimagining of our relationship with the land.

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Earning an education outside of the classroom Posted on June 6, 2018

University of Alberta Augustana student Katelynn Cook got to turn her passion for outdoor play into a successful University degree, followed by bright career prospects.

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Family legacy comes full circle for classical singer Posted on June 4, 2018

Music graduate Hilda Lam’s love affair with song springs from family and the welcoming community at the U of A’s Augustana Campus.

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A group of dog sled students changed my world Posted on June 1, 2018

Annika Olesen, who never intended to pursue University, will be graduating from Augustana this Sunday.

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Indigenous female musician and political icon to perform in Camrose Posted on May 23, 2018

Buffy Sainte-Marie, who has had a successful career linking her music with activism, will perform at the Bailey Theatre on Thursday night.

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A family’s legacy: The Wendy Cassady Memorial Fund Posted on May 17, 2018

A family’s generous gift supports their grandfather’s legacy of integrating religion and public life.

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Consider This: I Want to Be an Intellectual Coach, Not a PEZ Dispenser Posted on May 10, 2018

Augustana Professor Neil Haave shares the ideas that resonated with him following José Bowen’s appearance at the UAlberta Festival of Teaching and Learning.

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Augustana embarks on curriculum review with help from leading association in North America Posted on May 8, 2018

A summer institute on integrative learning will provide support to conversations around curriculum review.

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Reconciliation efforts need more critical thought Posted on April 27, 2018

Indigenous voices and land restitution are at the heart of, and are yet largely ignored within reconciliation efforts, says religious studies professors.

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Augustana’s innovative three-week courses: an inside look Posted on April 27, 2018

Over 2017/18, the University of Alberta’s Augustana campus introduced a new class schedule that allowed students to take block courses that offered experiential learning opportunities.

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Augustana’s innovative three-week courses: an inside look (continued) Posted on April 27, 2018

An inside look at a few of the innovative block courses that took place at Augustana over the 2017/18 year (continued).

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A second thought on Stephen Hawking (1942-2018) Posted on April 12, 2018

Stephen Hawking was brilliant for his philosophical mind as much as his scientific mind, says physics professor.

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Preventing mass shootings Posted on April 6, 2018

Gun control and regulation is necessary to decrease the vast number of gun-related deaths in the US says sociology professor.

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