Join us for worship in the chapel! Rev. Ann Svennungsen, ELCA Minneapolis Area Synod Bishop, preaching. Blessing for Leslie Larson and Staney Rostad. The Augsburg Choir, conducted by Peter Hendrickson '76, singing.
10:40am, Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center
Study Abroad Info Session
Come by our office in Multicultural Center (CC2) for a general information session for basic info on finances, scholarships, academics, and how to find the right program for you. Suite 2
3:40pm, Christensen Center
Trouble in Mind
Willetta Mayer, a talented, but struggling African American actress, has been cast to star in a Broadway Show, the anti-lynching play Chaos in Belleville. She has paid her dues and is ready for her star turn, but is this play as enlightened as shes hoping? Chaos is written by a liberal white male and directed by a white male. Willettas journey shows us that theatrical practices often put show business and integrity on a collision course. When this collision also includes race and gender, it is a compelling and potent dramatic brew. Trouble in Mind, written in 1955 by Alice Childress, creates a theatrical microcosm with real world reverberations.
7:00pm, Tjornhom-Nelson Theatre, Foss Center
Join the reverse Hide and Seek Night Game!
Sponsored by Residence Life
7:00pm, Urness Hall
Augsburg Faculty Recital
Augsburg music faculty Mary Horozaniecki, violin; James Jacobson, cello and Jill Dawe, piano to perform. FREE and open to the public.
7:30pm, Sateren Auditorium, Music Hall
The Music Department presents a faculty recital - Performing works by Brahms, Beethoven, Mozart, and Pärt. Jill Dawe, piano; Jim Jacobson, cello; Mary Budd Horozaniecki, violin.