Monthly Archives: October 2010


“Quixotic s’ Anonymous Week.” This week, back in 1974-75 at Bozeman Senior High School, was created by students in a World Literature course taught by Linda Shadiow. We placed little “business” cards at a person’s door or desk when we … Continue reading

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Mapping the Human Genome: Or how to spend around $400 to find the genetic geography of your spit

Augustana College is hosting Linda Avey (class of 1982) for the first fall Thought Leader Forum, and she will also receive the Alumni Achievement Award this weekend. From the Augustana website: “In 2006 Ms. Avey co-founded 23andMe, Inc., a personal … Continue reading

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