kuothwiel
kuothwiel:

The Good Lie! the film that changed my life. In select theaters tomorrow and everywhere in the US October 24. So blessed to be a part of this movement. @arnoldoceng @gerduany @reesewitherspoon @emmanueljal @madgegirl32 @ellenhschwartz @wbpictures #teamphilippe #southsudan #movie

Read about Auggie Kuoth Wiel ‘13 in this story from the front page of the Pioneer Press! 

kuothwiel:

The Good Lie! the film that changed my life. In select theaters tomorrow and everywhere in the US October 24. So blessed to be a part of this movement. @arnoldoceng @gerduany @reesewitherspoon @emmanueljal @madgegirl32 @ellenhschwartz @wbpictures #teamphilippe #southsudan #movie

Read about Auggie Kuoth Wiel ‘13 in this story from the front page of the Pioneer Press! 

From The Historyapolis Project:

Fourth of July, 1925. This photo shows a “community sing” in Riverside Park, which is located on the West Bank near Augsburg College and the University of Minnesota. At the time this image was created the park was one of the most heavily used in the city, serving as a playground and recreation space for the city’s densely populated Sixth Ward, which was inhabited almost exclusively by new immigrants to the United States.

From The Historyapolis Project:

Fourth of July, 1925. This photo shows a “community sing” in Riverside Park, which is located on the West Bank near Augsburg College and the University of Minnesota. At the time this image was created the park was one of the most heavily used in the city, serving as a playground and recreation space for the city’s densely populated Sixth Ward, which was inhabited almost exclusively by new immigrants to the United States.

mnpca
mnpca:

" A recent powerpoint presentation to the Transportation & Public Works committee had an awesome series of maps showing the change in the bikeway network from 1997 to 2013 …(and beyond!) and I just couldn’t resist (and had some time on my hands) to make an animated gif out it. Behold the closing maps from Civilization as applied to bikeways in Minneapolis!" (via Chart of the Day: Minneapolis Bikeways 1997-2013 | streets.mn)

Time to pedal your way through summer, Auggies. 

mnpca:

" A recent powerpoint presentation to the Transportation & Public Works committee had an awesome series of maps showing the change in the bikeway network from 1997 to 2013 …(and beyond!) and I just couldn’t resist (and had some time on my hands) to make an animated gif out it. Behold the closing maps from Civilization as applied to bikeways in Minneapolis!" (via Chart of the Day: Minneapolis Bikeways 1997-2013 | streets.mn)

Time to pedal your way through summer, Auggies.