Augustana College will present the musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at 7:30 p.m. April 26-28 and at May 3-4, and at 1:30 p.m. May 5.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Betsey Brodahl Hall will be held. Karin Johnson and Barbara Roseman, CSD professors emerita, will speak.
An alumni panel discussion around the topic of communication sciences and disorders (CSD) will be held, with Dr. Janna Oetting '06, Louisiana State University; Dr. Pam Hadley '87, University of Illinois; Dr.
The National Football League will hold Round 6 of the league draft.
The women's lacrosse team will go against Elmhurst College in the last game of the season.
Junior Christine Rogers will perform a recital on clarinet. She is from Naperville, Ill., and majors in German studies and instrumental music education.
Audrey Rose and Meghan Noonan will be performing a vocal recital.
Noonan is a senior from Galena, Ohio, majoring in communication sciences and disorders.
Rose is a senior from Schaumburg, Ill., majoring in communication sciences and disorders.
Students are invited to a tamborazo night hosted by the Multicultural Programming Board. Tamborazo is closely related to traditional banda, a style of Mexican music. This event will run until 10 p.m.
The Augustana Symphony and Chamber Orchestra leap into spring with a dance-inspired program inculding Johann Strauss II's overture to his comic opera "Die Fledermaus," and Aaron Copland’s "Suite from Billy the Kid."