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Channel Cat Talks: River Landscape Mosaic

Augustana's Dr. Reuben Heine, associate professor of geography, and Dr. Norm Moline, professor emeritus of geography, will lead a Channel Chat Talk, "River Landscape Mosaic."

Riverine Walk: Deep Maps — Historic Geography of Pool 16 of the Mississippi River

Dr. Reuben Heine, Augustana College associate professor of geography, will lead a Riverine Walk, "Deep Maps — Historic Geography of Pool 16 of the Mississippi River."

Family Weekend

Families of Augustana students are invited on campus to spend time with their student from Sept. 21-22.

Family Weekend

Family Weekend continues with an ecumenical service, Catholic Mass and a cruise on the Mississippi.

Fall Visit Day

High school students are invited to a special Fall Visit Day.

Harbour of Hope film screening

This 76-minute remarkable film is about Jewish survivors arriving from the concentration camps in Malmö, Sweden after the war. Original footage is combined with narration from the survivors themselves.

I-74 Graduate and Professional School Fair

Students will have the opportunity to learn about more than 80 graduate programs and meet with representatives from universities across the country.

Dealing with the Past in the Present: Swedish Experiences of World War II and the Holocaust

This one-day symposium will bring three leading historians from Sweden to discuss how neutral Sweden dealt with the war, the question of Jewish refugees and the memory of the war, and repercussions of the Holocaust in Sweden up to the present time.

Archaeological Institute lecture: 'The Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project'

Kroum Batchvarov of the University of Connecticut will present a lecture on the Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project, one of the largest maritime archaeological projects ever staged,

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Grin and Barracks: 'Biloxi Blues' through June 23

"The Mississippi Bend Players provided an opportunity to both laugh and cry – and feel a multitude of other emotions – while also enjoying a high-quality theatrical production."

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