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National Geographic Photographer Annie Griffiths to Speak on Campus Nov. 16

Annie Griffiths, one of National Geographic’s first female photographers and an artist known around the globe, will discuss her life, career and experiences in a discussion titled “Connect with Anybody, Anywhere" at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16, in Kresge Recital Hall. The event coincides with “International Education Week” at Augustana, a collection of programs, meals and discussions that celebrate global diversity. 

International Education Week to Feature Global Perspectives

Augustana will celebrate the global perspectives and cultural diversity alive on campus during “International Education Week,” Nov. 14-18. In addition to ethnic foods and educational forums, award-winning National Geographic Photographer Annie Griffiths will be on campus to discuss how to "Connect with Anybody, Anywhere."

Thought Leader Forum to Discuss 'Disorder on the Border'

Drug smuggling. Human smuggling. Death by dehydration. Death from disorientation. Welcome to life on the southern border of the U.S. – a place that, according to those who live and work there – exists in a state of crisis. Dr. Cari Skogberg Eastman ‘96, author and independent researcher specializing in border and immigration issues, will discuss “Disorder on the Border” at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 18.

'The Book of Liz' Opens at Augustana Theatre

The new, laugh-a-minute play on the adventures of Sister Elizabeth Donderstock, cheese balls, a restaurant and customers was written by brother-and-sister playwrights David Sedaris and Amy Sedaris and is directed by Augustana’s Dan Workman. The comedy runs Nov. 16-20 at the on-campus Edith Mortenson Center Theatre.

Tour to Discuss North Korean Humanitarian Crisis

For decades, volatile North Korea has been considered to be among the world’s most secretive societies. And, while its global security issues generally dominate the headlines, another story is brewing inside the country’s borders. “The Reliance Tour” will discuss North Korea's humanitarian and refugee crisis at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2, in Kresge Recital Hall.

Book by Alumnus, Visiting Professor Earns Praise

Meet Dr. John E. Anderson, class of 2004 and a visiting assistant professor in Religion. His latest work explores the character of Jacob from the book of Genesis, including his well-known deceptive traits and his relationship with God.

In the News: Meet 'Augie's Triple Threat' Maren Werth

When sophomore nursing major Maren Werth isn't in class or tearing up the soccer field, she's busy making music on the harp. After the soccer season ends, she'll play with the Augustana Orchestra. Watch the feature on Werth by KELO-TV.

Used Costume Sale Set for Friday

Halloween is right around the corner and, if you're still searching for the perfect costume, you're in luck! The Augustana Theatre Department is hosting a used costume sale from 1 to 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21, in room 202 of the Edith Mortenson Center Theatre.

Augustana Student Association Senators Installed

Members of the 2011-12 ASA Senate were installed during a ceremony Monday morning in the Chapel. Read the message, modeled after Acts 2, delivered by ASA President and Vice President, Jake Bury and Thad Titze.

Fall Band Concert to Feature Dallas Symphony's Greg Hustis

The Augustana Band will perform alongside guest soloist Greg Hustis, principal horn of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and the Augustana College/ Community Concert Band at its Fall Concert, set for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, at the Brandon Valley Performing Arts Center.

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