The Augustana Alumni Association recognizes the achievements, contributions and service of alumni and friends of the college each year.
New music faculty at Augustana this year may teach in different areas, or come into contact with students in conducting or accompanying, but their common goal is seeing their students grow.
Augustana's music students and their directors are preparing for a packed fall semester schedule of concerts, while also planning ensemble tours.
Majoring in engineering feels different at a liberal arts college. Find out how Augustana’s new B.S. in engineering is embracing the “interdisciplinary nature of engineering.”
When pianist Kate Boyd began planning a Midwest tour, it was only natural to include Rock Island, where she grew up and began her studies.
Augustana College is offering special webinars in November and December for students and families to learn about Augustana Possible.
A newly named 38-million-year-old catlike mammal will be called Pangurban egiae in honor of a scientist's fond recollection of his Augustana English class.
For the third time Augustana earned the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine.
It is no hyperbole to say that Oct. 15-16, 2022, will go down in history at Augustana College, where a new president was inaugurated on the same weekend as Homecoming.
Augustana’s new president, Andrea Kathryn Talentino, used her inaugural address Saturday to encourage the college to preserve its ability to transform lives and combat the notion that education is only for the elite.
Dr. Ann Boaden ’67, who taught classes in English and creative writing at Augustana from 1970-2015, shares a personal reflection on the college’s historic ninth presidential inauguration.
Augustana College President Andrea Kathryn Talentino delivered her inauguration address on Oct. 15, 2022, before the crowd of students, alumni and employees on the campus Quad.
Jay Pearce, chief executive officer and general manager of Quad Cities NPR affiliate WVIK, will retire Oct. 28 after 11 years at the station.