The River Reading will welcome three writers with Augustana College ties Oct. 13: Brett Biebel, Kelly Daniels and Beth Roberts. All three published books this year.
Pastor Melinda Pupillo, Augustana's new campus chaplain, is excited to engage and support students from different religious backgrounds.
The students who swam for Augustana's first varsity team in 1928 could hardly have imagined today's facility in the new Lindberg Center.
Dave Wrath ’80 has retired from Augustana athletics, but his legacy will live on in the most appropriate way.
Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts, home of Augustana's music and art history programs, is becoming a new modern space to serve students.
The Augustana Symphonic Band will celebrate its first official live performance in nearly 18 months in a concert Oct. 9 entitled "Opening Day."
Augustana College faculty will present their choices for "Best. Book. Ever." in the annual Frieze Lectures at the Rock Island Public Library.
In recognition of Constitution Day Sept. 17, Augustana students will gather on the Viking Plaza to address their favorite parts of the 234-year-old document.
Augustana will host its second Chicago Accounting, Finance and Data Analytics Fair in Oak Brook, Ill., from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 20.
Augustana College is ranked no. 92 of the 222 U.S News & World Report nationally ranked liberal arts colleges in 2022, moving up four spots from 2021.
Augustana College will return to its annual Christmas celebrations in 2021 after a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19. Audience members must be masked indoors at all college facilities.
Augustana College invites the community to Chill on the Hill Sept. 26 with music and food.
Dag Blanck, director of the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana, will join contributors to a new study of Swedish-American relations at a virtual book launch Sept. 9.
On Sept. 13, 1996, Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia made their first joint appearance at Augustana College. Here's a look back on that historic day.