BY WINSTON HECKT, CONTRIBUTING WRITER The 69th annual Emmy Awards was host to a number of historic wins, mostly in the realm of diversity. Donald
BY EVE TAFT, STAFF WRITER Bill Skarsgård brought nightmares to life on the big screen as Stephen King’s monster, Pennywise the Dancing Clown. “It,” the
BY OLIVIA HOUSE, AUGSBURG WOMEN’S SOCCER What role does intersectionality play in your athletic experience? It’s impossible to be a sports fan and not be
BY KRISTIAN EVANS, SPORTS EDITOR After an undefeated season in MIAC play and winning the conference regular season title, the Augsburg Women’s Volleyball team is
BY JACKSON GERBER, CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Augsburg University Men’s Soccer team defeated St. Mary’s University Friday night by a score of 1-0 with the lone
BY JOHN KIPPER, CONTRIBUTING WRITER After a disappointing 2-8 season last year, Augsburg football returned with a new name, new uniforms and a new mentality.
BY ABIGAIL TETZLAFF, MANAGING EDITOR “When I leave this building, I am at risk,” said Dr. Elijah Anderson — a preeminent sociologist, ethnographer and Yale
BY JOHN KIPPER, CONTRIBUTING WRITER Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton spoke at the annual Christensen Symposium about what it means
The Nobel Peace Prize Forum (NPPF) was hosted at Augsburg University this year. In an interview, Dr. Joe Underhill reflects on his time programming the NPPF.