Augustana College will present "She Kills Monsters," a dramatic comedy in the world of fantasy role-playing games, Nov. 14-17.
Augustana's annual celebration of the Festival of Sankta Lucia will take place on Dec. 3. The event commemorates the Scandinavian holiday with traditional songs and stories.
Augustana College now is accepting applications for a master’s degree in speech-language pathology.
It was a 50th reunion for the Class of 1969 and 100th anniversary for the Phi Rhos. Bubble mimosas, alumni awards, a GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) party, and, of course, football. Here are a few images from the weekend.
Augustana College will sponsor its 25th annual Hispanic Film Festival on four consecutive Wednesdays, Oct. 30-Dec. 4. The films,
Dr. Lucy Burgchardt, an assistant professor of communication studies at Augustana College, has received a national award for her examination of how lands and their histories in the Southwest are considered and preserved.
A scientist who stumbled upon an extraordinary graveyard of ancient ships will speak at Augustana College about the discovery Nov. 13.
The Augustana Alumni Association recognized the achievements, contributions and service of nine alumni at Homecoming Oct. 5.
Musicians of all ages are invited to join the Augustana Symphony Orchestra on Nov. 7 to play the themes from some of Hollywood's most popular films.
Augustana College will present "Noises Off" — called “the funniest farce ever written” by the New York Post — Oct. 17-20.
Dr. Jacob Bancks, Augustana associate professor of music, is writing a new opera for the Quad City Symphony Orchestra that will be performed in May 2020.
American poet, professor and human rights activist Carolyn Forché will read poetry and from her 2019 memoir at Augustana College Oct. 1.
Why does the blue-lined goatfish see red? Ryan Johnson ’20 explored this question and more this summer.