Category: News

A letter from Bethlehem

Dear Humanity, My name is Haneen Dwaib from Bethlehem, Palestine. I’m writing to you from the Holy Land, the land of peace, harmony and cohesion. A land that holds Palestinians from all walks of life and religions. Dear Humanity, I’m…

Sweden Archbishop visits Augustana

SOPHIE GEISTER-JONES sageisterjones14@ole.augie.edu Rev. Antje Jackelén claims a lot of firsts. She’s the first woman to be voted Archbishop of Sweden. She’s the first archbishop to have a twitter. She’s also the first female archbishop to meet and be recognized…

Administration minimizes enrollment expectations

KAATJE WEILAND kpweiland16@ole.augie.edu Curb your enthusiasm—after two years of strong growth office, the administration, as of yet, is holding the cards close to its chest and projecting that next year’s enrollment numbers will level off, according to recent data from…

Student Union Project committee formed, more plans on the way

Administration takes first small step in the long process to construct the new Student Union KYLER BAIER krbaier14@ole.augie.edu The administration has taken the first initiative toward the next major project on campus: The Student Union and Morrison Commons renovation project.  Before…

Washer and tumbler trouble Students frustrated with laundry facilities

KATELYN CLEMENT kmclement16@ole.augie.edu Numerous students over the past several weeks have complained of trouble with laundry facilities on campus, and the problem does not appear to have a simple solution, according to students interviewed by the Mirror.  Many students have…

The mouse and the house

Lookout House struggles with mice KATELYN CLEMENT kmclement16@ole.augie.edu Signing up for a theme house sounds like a lot of fun and a way for students to give back to the community. However, the students living in Lookout House are paying more…