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Dr. Rick Andrew's Legacy of Piano and Teaching

          Dr. Rick Andrews sits in silence before the imposing Steinway and Sons grand piano, centered in the middle of his office. His long fingers rest on his khaki pants. 1,111 more words

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Peace Prize Nominee Visits Augustana

Six-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee Steinar Bryn led a peace-promoting dialogue workshop to roughly 50 attendees following his lecture in the Back Alley last Friday. 682 more words

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U.S. Should Implement Sugar Tax

Our culture is, in the very literal sense, addicted to sugar.

Comparable to addictive drugs such as nicotine and cocaine, sugar produces symptoms: craving, tolerance, and withdrawal. 461 more words

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Courts Deny Referendum and Venezuelans Stage Protests

Donning white t-shirts, which represented their pacifism, and waving national flags, tens of thousands of enraged Venezuelans flooded the streets of their capital, Caracas, to protest Nicolás Maduro’s socialist government throughout last week. 599 more words

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Bats Continue the Tradition of East Hall Occupancy

They aren’t early Halloween decorations. They are real bats flying about East Hall.

Each year, several bats move into the residence hall, spurring excitement and anxiety among the students who encounter their winged neighbors. 727 more words

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Search for New AU President Begins

The process of finding the ideal candidate to fill Augustana President Rob Oliver’s shoes began Sept. 29 in Siverson Lounge.

Augustana’s Board of Trustees hired Witt/Kieffer, a national executive search firm, to oversee the process of hiring Augustana’s new president. 677 more words

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