By Taylor McKelvey Professor David Buck is leading Thiel students on a service trip to Nicaragua this March. This trip will be from Mar. 3 through Mar. 11 and will be focused on service and working in Mangua and La Paz, Nicaragua. This trip’s vision of service is the […]
By Brian L. Brink Fardosa Hassan, a Muslim Chaplin from Augsburg University, spoke at Thiel College about the history and culture of Islam on Wednesday, Sept. 27. As-Salaam Alay-Kum, which translates to peace be upon you, was taught to the audience by Hassan. The response being, Wa Alay-Kum […]
By Jessica Scarmack The last part of a several-day visit, for Thiel College’s Interfaith Series, by Fardosa Hassan, the Muslim chaplain at Augsburg College, was an informal retreat on Sunday, Sept. 30. During the fsession’s first part, participants explored the meaning of their name by thinking about who […]
By: Brian L. Brink This academic year’s first Thiel Forum on Thursday, Sept. 14 featured the music of Professor Andy Erb’s trumpet trio and a political communication presentation by Professor Lana Kulik. Erb spoke about how he and his band, Northwestern Passage Trumpet Trio, recorded its first album […]
By Jessica Scarmack The recent illnesses around campus caused all athletic practices and events on campus to be cancelled through Sunday, Oct. 1. The weight room was also closed due to the high levels of physical contact and perspiration associated with those activities. Football coach Daniel Blume said […]
By Camille Radford September 29, 2017- Over the past few days there has been a health scare throughout Thiel College that has affected dozens of students. On the night of Tuesday, Sept. 26, many students began experiencing bouts of vomiting and diarrhea. This caused several to go to […]
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