The Mississippi Bend Players summer theatre company will present a military-themed season in 2019, including a classic comedy, an original work, and a musical.
Augustana senior Adam Gronewold was honored with the Abraham Lincoln Civic Engagement Award Nov. 17 in Springfield.
Augustana's Celebration of Christmas on Dec. 1 will include performances of Christmas at Augustana, a special dinner and neighborhood shop-and-stroll. (Click through to watch live at 2 p.m.)
The campus and community are invited to an evening of Swedish art, food and holiday music Dec. 11, organized by the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana College.
Augustana will present "The Children’s Hour," a 1934 play by Lillian Hellman set in a girls' boarding school run by two women. Performances will be Dec. 6-9.
John Deere Planetarium at Augustana College will present its annual holiday program, "Season of Light," on Dec. 8-14.
The Augustana Teaching Museum of Art will open the exhibition "Världen är Liten: the World is Small. Modern Swedish and Swedish American Works" with a reception Nov. 16.
Thanks to Shelby Olson ’79, five students got the chance to be Augustana's first attendees at a national three-day seminar, "Preparing Women to Lead." It was an eye-opener for all, and for one student, at least, a career-changer.
If you see Daniel Chetel strolling the Augustana College campus, you’d be forgiven for thinking he’s a student. The boyish 34-year-old embodies the artistic drive and passion of many of his students. And as conductor of the 75-member Augustana Symphony Orchestra, Chetel literally is going places.
Dr. Kelsey Arkle talks about a faculty scouting trip to the island of Bonaire, one J-term option for students in 2020.
The Augustana College Board of Trustees has approved a $3.75 million expansion of the Brodahl Building to accommodate the college’s new master’s degree program in speech-language pathology.
Augustana’s history courses and mentors prepare graduates for all kinds of success.