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Team Rubicon, A Force for Dual Good By: Luke Cummings

October 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Hurricane Matthew has recently rocked the Caribbean Islands and the southern coast of the United States. While not as bad as previous hurricanes such as Katrina in 2005 or Sandy in 2012, this one took its toll. If you’re like me, you sit here in the middle-western US and twiddle your thumbs, empathy for those unfortunate souls surging through your brain; but along with that empathy is a terrible helplessness that may trouble you even more. What can we do that will make a real difference in [Read More]

Phillis Wheatley: One of the Most Notable Women You’ve Never Heard Of By: Margaret Laupp

October 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

At some point in my life, I would like to compile a list of notable (and/or “badass” depending on the media I use to publish it) women of history. There are many to choose from and many of them you’d know. Catherine the Great, Elizabeth I, Harriet Tubman, Sacagawea, and so on and so forth. But there’s one that was incredible for her time, yet is mostly unknown today. I can’t remember exactly where I first heard of Phillis Wheatley. I believe she was a part of an educational game on [Read More]

Top Five Fall Must Haves For Your Closet By: Alicia McPhillips

October 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

With the temperatures dropping (finally!) it is time to put away the shorts, break out the vests, and gear up for Fall. Below are my top five must haves to enjoy this glorious season to the FALLest! (golly, I’m so punny) 1) Oversized Sweater For those chilly days where all you want to do is wear leggings (story of my life) this is perfect to throw on top. You can easily find oversized sweaters wherever you like to shop; whether it be at your local thrift store, Target, or store at the mall. [Read More]

We Are All Mirrors to One Another: Artists Talk with Kiam Marcelo Junio By: Laura Winton

October 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Since that famous moment when Marcel Duchamp showed up at the Armory art show in New York with a urinal, set it on a podium and named it “Fountain,” subsequent generations have declared that context is everything in determining art. Augustana College’s Teaching Museum of Art, located in Centennial, recently hosted Chicago-based visual and performance artist Kiam Marcelo Junio (preferred gender pronoun: “they/their/them”),  with an exhibition called “Secret Skin.”  Junio, [Read More]


October 17, 2016 // 0 Comments

  JOB SUMMARY: This individual acquires and maintains a working knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and policies effecting workforce development programs. Develops and implements operational procedures that insure fiscal and programmatic compliance with federal and state requirements. Prepares plans, proposals, and budgets as necessary to meet externally imposed requirements and satisfy effective internal management. Provides administrative and supervisory leadership to the [Read More]
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