Campus Ministry hired its inaugural interfaith chaplain this semester, introducing her to the campus community in early November. The addition of Jennifer Dreiske, the new interfaith chaplain, comes as a part of a larger department shift: Campus Ministry will become the Office of Faith and Spiritual Life starting January 2024.
As the internet has watched the Israeli attacks on Gaza, many users have taken to their social pages to express opinions, grieve the loss of family members or rant about the injustices occurring. To some, the conflict between Hamas and the Israeli government is very close to home, and their
Having grown up in Denver, nothing could prepare me for the fanatic hold the fast-casual chain Culver’s has over the Midwest. I remember trying the chicken tenders and fries in my early teens while visiting my mom’s family in Minnesota and being underwhelmed, to say the least. Therefore,
Sunday, 1:00 a.m. I’m alone in my room, finishing up an article for the Mirror, my back against the wall, when I hear what seem to be the voices of straight, male students outside my window. I’m annoyed — again, it’s 1:00 a.m. — but
This story contains content about suicide and addiction. If you or someone you know is in an emotional crisis, reach out to the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by dialing or texting 988. The Augustana Student Association and Campus Safety partnered to install a prescription drop-box in the Morrison Commons earlier
In the age of adaptation and constant remaking of existing works, it is worth acknowledging that not all adaptations are created equal. The process of adaptation is a difficult one. One must provide a new take on an older story without disrespecting long-time fans of the source material. However, adapting
As her sister proudly announced her name during the Viking Days coronation, Makena Schultz, a third-year Augie Access student, took the stage to thunderous cheers. One of 10 royalty candidates, Schultz is the first Augie Access student to have been nominated in 100 years of homecoming. Schultz’s relentless positivity