Kevin Sethre, Staff Writer With the NBA and Stanley Cup playoffs coming to an end and the MLB playoffs scheduled to start next month, I
Greg Miller, Staff Miller The Big 10 conference announced they would have a 2020 football season this fall, despite their original August 11 decision to
Dominick Ingram, Sports Outlook Amid this pandemic and time of uncertainty for the sports world, the Augsburg community has several reasons to remain optimistic about
By: Annika Henry
Leah Himlie, Contributer First, I want to give a content warning for the following article. I will be mentioning some potentially triggering topics including sexual
Cynthia Terry, Staff Writer America lost a true hero on Friday when the Supreme Court announced the death of its Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who
Sarah Burke, Staff Writer The future for Augsburg’s spring semester remains unknown for students and staff alike. As the number of COVID-19 deaths in the
Danny Reinan, News Editor After weeks of relative quiet on Augsburg’s campus, students turned out in large numbers to Canvas and Cider, a time to
Jessica Mendoza, staff writer You told me about Ecuador, its preference for salty foods, indigenous roots and the place your siblings have built their lives.
Xera Britt, contributor “Matter is the Minimum. Black lives are worthy. Black lives are beloved. Black lives are needed.” Jay Ulrich’s message was just one
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