Matt Robinson '01 and his band will perform Paul Simon's “Graceland” album Thursday in Davenport. The Chicago musician graduated in finance but left accounting to spend full-time on his music.
The Mississippi Bend Players, led by Broadway director and Augustana alumnus Phil McKinley, will kick off their second season with the musical "Big River: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
The 2018 music graduate has a full ride to Baylor University, and she is no foreigner to professional gigs, either.
First-year geology major Quintin Powers will be digging for dinosaur fossils this summer. He landed an internship as the National Eagle Scout World Explorer Paleontologist this year.
For more than 50 years, Augustana has kept two crowns secure in a vault on campus. The Swedish bridal crowns — one silver and one gold — only come out for the wedding of an alumnus or student.
Augustana’s Michelle Crouch helps singers find their voice and use it to good purpose. Community opera is one example.
After wrapping up the academic year, Augustana faculty rested for 24 hours. Then they buckled down again.
High school students who are interested in studying speech-language pathology or audiology are invited to observe at Augustana Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing this summer.
Grayson Dixon ’19 began reading about psychology in sixth grade and started playing cello in seventh grade. He’s now channeling that interest into a double major in music performance and neuroscience.
New graduates will find out just how well a liberal arts education works in technology fields.
Augustana College congratulated 630 new graduates May 20 in a ceremony at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline.