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Connecting interests leads Rakers down memorable path

Kendra Rakers ’16 is interested in memory and how it works, particularly as it relates to Alzheimer’s disease. So she chose an interdisciplinary major in neuroscience with minors in biochemistry and history.It’s a perfect fit, she says, because each field approaches memory from a different point of view, which is a good way to provide more flexibility in her career. As she sees it, “I’ll probably wind up with a job that hasn’t been invented yet.”

'The Scapegoat' wins 2016 Geifman Prize

Katherine Ludwig, a first-year student, has won the 2016 Geifman Prize in Holocaust Studies for her essay, "The Scapegoat." The essay discusses the treatment of Jews in Europe around the time of the Holocaust and what may have motivated this treatment.

Phi Beta Kappa elects 43 seniors

The Augustana Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa has elected 43 senior students to membership. "Election is a significant honor reflecting their fine academic work and the high opinion our faculty have of them,” said advisor Dr. Donna Dungan, president of Augustana's chapter, Zeta of Illinois, and professor of computer science.

Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award winners

Camilla Best's poem, "If Victoria's Secret Clearance Bras Could Talk," won the 18th annual Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award. Second-place went to Alyssa Froehling for "lost weight" and third to Alice Roberson, "They Make it So Difficult for Us to Love Ourselves."

New Brunner Theatre Center to open in August

Tranforming Augustana's College Center into the Kim and Donna Brunner Theatre Center is on schedule, and the venue should be ready for the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year.

Stewart discusses gender in the ancient world

Augustana's Dr. Eric Stewart, assistant professor of religion, talked about gender in the ancient world as a guest on the ROI Relevant or Irrelevant radio show. On the show, events of history are examined through the discussion of books, journal articles, papers and presentations. Then historians and history buffs ask the question, "What is relevant or irrelevant in today's world?"