What made you want to run for presidency and vice presidency? Teller: I was inspired to run because I’ve been passionate about being involved in ASA, and I’ve really noticed a lack of connection among ASA, the student body and administration. What pushed me to consider running was
ASA predicts it will spend between $70,000 and $80,000 on the organization’s Lyft program by the end of May, which is an increase of $20,000 to $30,000 compared to last year’s expenditure. According to ASA President Sara Alhasnawi, during the previous ASA administration from
The former prime minister of Norway emphasized the importance of environmentalism and humanitarianism at the annual Boe Forum on Public Affairs on Tuesday, March 14. Gro Harlem Brundtland served three terms as Norway’s first female prime minister from 1981 until 1996. She also served as Director General for the
Mark Blackburn, the dean of students, and Pastor Ann Rosendale, the campus pastor, are both on professional development leave for the spring semester. While Blackburn’s leave was approved just a few days before the beginning of the semester, Rosendale was able to plan her leave further in advance. Blackburn
Augustana voice instructor Natalie Campbell is now directing the Angelus choir after Paul Nesheim, the former director, was “unavailable” for the duration of the semester. The announcement has left some choir members frustrated over continued communication issues with the School of Music. On Jan. 31, Peter Folliard, the dean of
ASA President Sara Alhasnawi vetoed Resolution 1024 on Dec. 4, canceling the $18,000 purchase of 10,000 water bottles with the recyclable water bottle company, Pathway. Alhasnawi said she vetoed the resolution because of continuous communication issues with Pathway. “They have not been in communication with us for nearly
ASA has canceled the contract with Pathway for the water bottles. Find an amended story here. Last spring, the Augustana Student Association passed a resolution to purchase 10,000 aluminum water bottles for $18,000 in a partnership with a recyclable water bottle company, Pathway, to promote sustainability on campus.