On Oct. 8, Augustana community members gathered to celebrate and learn about the importance of Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Since the pandemic began, typical church scenes of the congregation singing in unison, sharing the Eucharist and giving each other the sign of peace have halted. As public gathering places quickly became coronavirus hotspots, many churches dispersed as they deliberated ways to keep the congregation together while also staying safe.
Augustana University Chapel and Our Saviors Lutheran Church hosted the second annual Indigenous People’s Day event on Oct. 9. Students and members of the community were invited to share a traditional meal of fry bread and buffalo soup before hearing from Prairie Rose Seminole, an educator and advocate from
Two junior biology majors believe science is for everyone. Isha Hooda and Vanessa Vaudrey are the co-presidents of ExploSTEM, a science education club on campus geared towards teaching elementary and middle school children about science. Together, with the help of their adviser Sally Mallowa, a biology professor, the club has