Two students from Vietnam saw how they could explain Womanism to a broader audience.
One of the "Central Park Five" men exonerated of a rape in 1989 in New York City’s Central Park will visit Augustana College on March 7 to speak about the justice system.
Akvavit Theatre of Chicago will perform staged readings from two plays Feb. 20 at Augustana. The company focuses on Nordic and Scandinavian works.
Augustana College is participating in a transfer agreement which makes it easier for Illinois undergrads to transfer from one college or university in Illinois to another.
Dr. Ashley Poust '06 made worldwide headlines for contributing to the discovery of a new species of feathered dinosaur in China.
Augustana is more affordable than families might think. Scholarships, grants and other financial aid keep costs lower—often in comparison with large state schools.
Augustana’s timely new major and minor extend from time-honored academic programs.
In a special session for parents, consultant Shelby Olson '79 gives advice on how to launch a career.
The author of a book about a deported woman who struggles to return to the U.S. and to her son will speak at Augustana College Feb. 20.
A groundbreaking vocal group from Sweden will perform at Augustana Feb. 11. (This event is sold out.)
When the young cast of "The Lion King Jr." takes the stage for a sold-out show, each actor is joined on stage by a special someone.
Graduates tell how Augie Choice—$2,000 for a big learning experience—influenced who they are today.
Jack Harris ’20 reflects on his first J-term before his last term at Augustana.
French-language films will be presented every Thursday at 7 p.m. Feb. 20-March 19 at the annual Francophone Film Festival. Films are free and the public is welcome.