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Your nose isn’t that attractive

Stuart Lombard March 17, 2021

I saw him walking through the dining hall, mask hanging lazily under his nose. Just another guy seemingly unable to wear a mask properly. Then, he reached up, and my spirits soared hopefully. Ah, it just...

By Alyssa Duckett

Possible space advertisements could be worth advancements in science

Alex McLean March 12, 2020

Towards the middle of the last decade, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) began to partner with commercialized space programs in the interest of exploring current unexplored areas...

Augustana President, Steven C. Bahls, speaks at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new extension to the Hanson Hall of Sciences at Augustana College on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Photo by Ian Murrin.

The Hanson expansion is now open to students

Olivia Doak September 3, 2019

On Tuesday, Sept. 3 the addition to Hanson hall of science opened for classes with a celebratory ribbon cutting ceremony. The 22,000 square foot addition has a unique circular design and many new features,...

Inclusive new science group starting on campus

Jordan Cone January 25, 2018

On Monday, Jan 15 and Tuesday, Jan 16, two informational meetings were held for a new club on campus: iSTEM. Senior Nila Kannankeril, a Biology/Pre-PA double major, came up with the idea for iSTEM while...

The political war on science

April 27, 2017

Over the weekend, we saw yet another protest against the current direction of politics in the United States, and again it’s justified . The protest was in regards to a topic that has been widely disagreed...

Global Warning About Global Warming

December 16, 2016

Global warming is a hot topic (no pun intended), and while most people believe it exists, there are still many who believe it is a hoax. Global warming is real, so it's time to stop denying it. There has...

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