From the street, the dome looks like the crown on a state capitol. And, the closer you get, the more powerful the presence.
Playwright Sarah Ruhl's residency at Augustana this weekend has been canceled due to illness. Her visit may be rescheduled in the spring.
The Augustana Teaching Museum of Art has partnered with the nearby Silvis Public Library to display student-curated exhibits from the museum's collection.
Dr. Jenny Putzi, English professor and director of the gender, sexuality and women’s studies program at the College of William and Mary, wants to be the mentor her professors were for her at Augustana.
The Quad City Times Followup Files catches up with Augustana alumnus Bruce Hamming '75, who studied pre-med,earned All-American honors in basketball, and became an orthopedic surgeon. Here he talks about how he chose Augustana.
Augustana will present its first Scandinavian Film Fest April 12-14. The films are free and open to the public. Screenings will take place at 7 p.m. in room 304, Hanson Hall.
Jake Shaver, a 2006 Augustana graduate and cross country captain, has been chosen to succeed Paul Olsen as head coach of the college's men's track and field and cross country programs.
Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center is presenting "All the World’s a Fair: Swedes at the World’s Columbian Exposition" through March 15.
Augustana College announces the students who have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2017-2018 fall term.
One biology student spends her time outside class preparing for the world championships in Irish dance.