On Nov. 15, one sophomore swimmer earned a spot in the 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials with a time of 25.69 in the 50-meter freestyle. Held at the Midco Aquatic Center, the event marked the first time Bryn Greenwaldt swam in a long-course meters pool. In this episode of
Products like pads and tampons are subjected to taxation throughout the United States, just like other “luxury” products. To help bring awareness to the issue, iGNiTE and HAPPY. partnered to host “Tampons and Tax Breaks” in the Morrison Commons on Nov. 4. Junior Avery Gilman, president of iGNiTE, said the
It’s hard to say what those who ratified the Bill of Rights, and by extension the First Amendment, intended freedom of speech to mean for future generations. Nevertheless, the right to free speech has become a pillar of American democracy and a precious value, especially in the field of
From Nov. 16 to Dec. 14, the Eide/Dalrymple Gallery will display the exhibition "Drawing Truth to Power: 40 Years of Political Cartoons by Rob Rogers." In Viking Reflections, the Mirror met with Rogers to discuss his art and career.
Augustana officially offered its new gender, sexuality and women's studies minor to students this September. In this episode, Viking Reflections meets with sociology professor Spencier Ciaralli and junior Angelica Morales to discuss the minor.
On Oct. 8, Augustana community members gathered to celebrate and learn about the importance of Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Two freshmen students formed a band before they attended Augustana. Now, Saturn's Grace is taking on more live performances.