The Augustana Choir's upcoming tour of the East Coast has been canceled.
The Augustana offices of Student Inclusion and Diversity and Student Life will sponsor the Shades of Beauty Summit April 25.
Criminologist Dr. Kathryn Branch will present "Dating Violence: Student Perceptions and Implications for the College Campus Community" at 7 p.m. March 13 in Hanson Hall, Room 304.
With a Davies-Jackson Scholarship for exceptional first-gen students, Hunter Ridley ’20 is off to Cambridge.
For new producing artistic director Jackie McCall ’98, the magic of live theatre is the artist-audience connection.
When Dr. Yusef Salaam takes the stage on March 7, it will not be the first time a sold-out crowd comes to Augustana to hear about justice and civil rights.
45 faculty members serve in a program that ensures every athletic team on campus has a faculty mentor.
Follow the music students of Augustana College as they attend the annual winter conference of the Illinois Music Educators Association in Peoria.
What these students learned as tutors is helping them in their varied careers.
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.