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Islam and pre-emptive incarceration

Islam and pre-emptive incarceration

Sam Mitchell, Staff Writer

Ikraan Abdurahmān, Mariam Abu-Ali  and Human rights lawyer Kathy Manley, gave a lecture titled “Islam and Pre-emptive Incarceration” on May 3. The lecture was the final part in the Center for Ethics and Public Engage...

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Iowa Rep. Mark Smith calls for social workers to stand up

Olivia Enquist, Staff Writer

Iowa representative Mark Smith gave the keynote talk of the Don Kemp Memorial Lecture, titled "Social Workers Stand Up” on May 2. Smith talked about the history of social work and its major influencers, as well as how fut...

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Lecturer Morris addresses media’s role in justice and forgiveness

Lecturer Morris addresses media’s role in justice and forgiveness

Ben Selcke, Staff Writer

Continuing lecturer of Religion at Augustana College Daniel Morris gave a lecture titled "Trusting a God of Justice: On Forgiveness and the Unarmed Black Man." The lecture was held in Valders 206 on May 2. Approximately 70...

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Luther Softball Wins IIAC Conference Championship

Luther Softball Wins IIAC Conference Championship

Gillian Klein, Volunteer Writer

Luther Softball hosted the IIAC Tournament Championships on May 5-6 and won the championship for the third year in a row with a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth. The Norse defeated the Wartburg Knights in the semi-final 5-1...

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Crosswalks at Baker Village, College apartments a hazard

Julia Curtis (‘17), Staff Writer

Living in Baker Village one must cross College Drive on a regular basis and, to be frank, it is not a good time. This crosswalk is not enjoyable for drivers either. I’ve been on both sides of the issu...

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Two dollars more an hour is worth it

May 14, 2017

In place of cuts, respond with holistic departmental approach

May 14, 2017

A majority recognition of privilege, prejudice is required for change

May 14, 2017

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