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Campus update for Oct. 23, 2020

Oct. 23, 2020

How did we get here, and what can we do?

Put this on your calendar for Monday: Faculty will talk about American politics in action: "American politics and deliberation: How did we get here, and what can we do?"

The event will start at 7 p.m. Oct. 26 on Zoom

Panelists will be Dr. Dave Dehnel, professor of political science; Dr. Margaret Kunde, assistant professor of communication studies; and Dr. Lendol Calder, professor of history. Dr. Monica Smith, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion, will serve as moderator.


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Dome's eye view: We could not resist this fall beauty shot shared by Andrew Hipes, a first-year student from Morris, Ill.

Make an appointment with Access Control

With the new CDC guidelines in place, the Access Control office will be available by appointment only. The office is open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays.

If you are in need of a new ID, key pickup, etc., call 309-794-7707 or email to make an appointment. Please wait for a return call or email before coming to the office. 

Today's updates: 

• The Student Government Association is offering several ways for you to get connected and offer input on what SGA does this year.

• You can get a shirt with an Augie fish on it.

• A new studio art class, "Art of the Americas," is being offered in spring.

• The intramurals calendar for this semester has been updated: bocce ball, badminton, pickleball and a free throw contest.

Today: Afro Sway 4 p.m., OctobHERfest 6 p.m., African Week movie 8 p.m., hypnotist Chris Jones 8 p.m.

Saturday: Trick or trivia 8 p.m. Sunday: Meet-up at the Pumpkin Patch 2 p.m., 
Texas Medical Center info session 6 p.m.


speech-language pathology outside class

Before the rain: Students in Augustana's master of science in speech-language pathology program enjoyed the fall weather and scenery while meeting with their clinical supervisor,  Laurel Williams, to share ideas about their work in the on-campus Roseman Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing. Thanks to Allison Haskill for the photo!