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Women's Tennis vs. Central

The Women's Tennis Team will go against Central College at home.

Cabaret Night

Augustana students will showcase their talents.

Dance Company Performance

The Augustana Dance Company is a performing arts group. They will feature pieces choreographed by members of the company.

Quad City Symphony Orchestra Masterworks VI: Quad Cities Past & Present

The Quad City Symphony Orchestra will present its sixth Masterworks of the season: Quad Cities Past & Present.

General student recital

River Readings: Steve Almond

Steve Almond will read. He is the author of nine books of fiction and nonfiction, including the New York Times bestsellers "Candyfreak" and "Against Football."

Tea Talks: 'The Possible Life in French: Women, Non-Binary Folks, and the Struggle to Exist in Language'

The Women's & Gender Studies Tea Talks series features faculty, staff and guest speakers on a range of topics. Today, Dr. Kiki Kosnick, assistant professor of French, will speak on "The Possible Life in French: Women, Non-Binary Folks, and the Struggle to Exist in Language."

Boy

Inspired by a true story, Anna Ziegler’s "Boy" explores love and a confusion of sexual identity. The play is inspired by the true story of David Peter Reimer, whose genitalia were mutilated during a botched medical circumcision.

Boy

Inspired by a true story, Anna Ziegler’s "Boy" explores love and a confusion of sexual identity. The play is inspired by the true story of David Peter Reimer, whose genitalia were mutilated during a botched medical circumcision.

It Begins with "A"

It Begins with "A" is a day for admitted seniors to connect with others who have chosen Augustana, and those still deciding.

Schedule
9 a.m. Optional tour (full tour or residence halls only)
10 a.m. Check-in
10:30 a.m. "Where can 'A' take you?" welcome address

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