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Student Runners Raise $750 for Special Olympics

Augustana student runners raised $750 for Special Olympics South Dakota through the second annual Langskip 5K, held on Saturday, Oct. 19, during Viking Days. Student leaders visited Special Olympics today to present their gift.

Alumnus Journals About Experiences in Hungary

“Vagyok Thad. Beszélek angolul és egy kicsit magyar.” This is how Thad Titze ’13 (Watertown, S.D.) introduces himself lately; a sample of the Hungarian he's picked up over the last three months while living in Nyirtelek, Hungary, as a part of the Young Adults in Global Mission (YAGM), a one-year volunteer and mission opportunity through the ELCA.

In the News: Huntsman Discusses Geopolitics of China and U.S.

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Singapore Gov. Jon Huntsman discussed the "Geopolitics of China and the U.S." before a crowd of nearly 2,000 at the 18th Boe Forum on Public Affairs Monday night in the Elmen Center. Read the article in the Argus Leader.

Anthropology Students Turn Pumpkins into Art

Students in the Anthropology department's "Primitive Art" course turned pumpkins into art during an evening class earlier this week. The students carved the pumpkins to replicate primitive art (mask) designs. Learn more and view photos.

Evening with Maya Angelou Canceled

The "Evening with Dr. Maya Angelou" set for Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the Elmen Center has been canceled. Representatives for Angelou said the renowned poet and writer is suffering from exhaustion and was advised by doctors to cancel the event.

Classroom in the Snow

When they signed up for an early-October field trip to the Black Hills, students in Dr. Craig Spencer's "Principles of Ecology" course were expecting to climb Harney Peak, study the wildlife in Custer State Park and hike through the Badlands. Mother Nature, however, had other plans.

Augustana Ranked High for Academic and Athletic Success

Augustana ranks high in both academics and athletics in the 11th annual NCSA Athletic Recruiting Collegiate Power Rankings. The College is ranked eighth among NCAA Division II schools, No. 85 among 1,066 active NCAA member schools and is the only school listed in the overall top 100 from South Dakota.

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