The Augustana Symphony Orchestra and Augustana Chamber Orchestra present a program that evokes the stages of human life.
Campus Kitchen, with the help of volunteers, provides free meals to the campus community from fresh food recovered from the CSL.
Students and faculty are free to come by the Brew during the specified hours, get served and enjoy a hot cooked meal.
Both men and women's track and field teams will compete in the Midwest Twilight Qualifier.
Antiquity in the New Millennium Lecture: "Birthing Ideas in Ancient Greece and the Modern World: A Personal and Professional Story"
In ancient Greece, as now, pre-existing cultural ideas about men, women, and the body greatly influenced the way that medical practitioners thought about and treated reproductive issues.
Antiquity in the New Millennium Lecture: "Beyond Black vs White: Africans in the Visual Imagination of the Roman Empire"
The representation of foreign cultures with manifest “racial” differences, such as unfamiliar physical traits or strange-seeming ethnic customs, has been a longstanding and often visceral site for human artistic expression. The visual and material culture of the Roman Empire (c.