Today's update: Words to live by
Sept. 22, 2021
Words to live by, as a community
It IS on all of us:
• To protect ourselves and look out for others.
• To either be vaccinated or tested.
• To report to Public Safety if feeling ill.
• To wear masks inside all public spaces (and this means hallways, too.)
Please note: Students who are not fully vaccinated and who have not taken part in testing should expect to hear from the Dean of Students. Disciplinary actions will be enforced.
Free Mask Monday: Three times this semester President Steve Bahls and Jane Bahls will be distributing free masks to students and employees. The first Free Mask Monday is this coming Monday, Sept. 27, at 10 a.m. in the Brew.
Printable flyers to support It Is On All of Us are available for download:
Everyone's invited to Chill on the Hill at the Anderson Pavilion this Sunday! We'll have food, lawn games and local bands starting at 2:30 p.m.
The Fuego Taco truck will be on hand, and a limited supply of Quad Cities treats will be for sale, including caramel apples and ice cream.
This is your chance to hear the White Tornado and Subatlantic, bands featuring our faculty!
Amazon Locker at Erickson
Amazon Locker is a self-service kiosk where you can pick up your packages.
Our new Locker is at Erickson Residence Center, 3151 12th Ave., on the front side of the building, left of entrance.
It is available 24 hours a day. When you shop on Amazon, select this Locker as your delivery address during checkout. → Details about Locker
• Dr. Bob Morley '11, assistant professor, will present an in-person lecture Poverty and Social Inequality in the Ancient Mediterranean: What Is the Evidence? at 4:30 p.m. today in Hanson 102.
• January term registration for first-year students and new transfer students will take place Oct. 5-7. A handy list of J-term courses for 2022 is available.
• Our first Tea Talk of the year is coming up Sept. 29. Dr. Monica Smith, Augustana vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion, will present Your Truth Your Champion: Setting Yourself Free from Gendered Expectations. Now entering its 12th year, the Tea Talks series is sponsored by Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
• Check out our featured presenters for Symposium Day Oct. 6. They include the great-grandson of a Nevada mining pioneer who emigrated from China, an activist who helped shut down two oil pipelines, and an alumna working in neighborhood development. Student presenters will be announced soon.