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Alumni brothers opening studio

Tayvian Johnson '16 and his brother, Avery Pearl '18, are opening a recording studio, Eastside Sound, in  East Moline, Ill.

Symphonic Band and Augustana Choir touring in February

The Augustana Symphonic Band and the Augustana Choir both will be on tour in February 2019.

Hispanic Film Festival Jan. 9-Feb. 6

Augustana College will present its 24th annual Hispanic Film Festival Jan. 9-Feb. 6.

Christmas 2018 photo album

Christmas trees on beams, on stage and on the Quad. A bus ride to a traditional service in Swedish and music! Here's a look at Christmas at Augustana in photos.

And don't miss our annual Christmas video with "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing"!

Augustana President Steve Bahls

AUGUSTANA NOW goes on the road

From California to Massachusetts, President Steve Bahls will visit 24 cities to update alumni on the college’s $125 million fundraising campaign, AUGUSTANA NOW: A Campaign for Success in the World, for the World.

Class Notes

News and photos shared by alumni.

founders hall arches

7 most Instagrammable places on campus

Every part of Augustana’s campus is beautiful, but some locations are perfect for the 'gram. Grab a shot of one of these seven most beautiful places and your followers will be full of campus envy.

students take environmental landscape photos

Biology professor teaches climate change through art

Augustana Professor of Biology Dr. Stephen Hager is using art as a tool to teach climate change to Augustana students and the Quad-Cities community. 

Juliana Han

Pianist Han found teaching at Augustana an easy decision

Dr. Juliana Han traveled a long and winding road to her new job as assistant professor of music at Augustana College.

English and creative writing majors at Art Institute

A writer goes ‘along for the adventure’

During a field trip, Jack Harris ’20 takes notes and ‘inches closer to understanding’ why he wants to write.

Augustana receives $50,000 to support vocational reflection

Helping students determine who they are and the work they are called to do...Augustana has received a $50,000 grant from NetVUE to make vocational reflection more intentional in the academic curriculum and connect what’s learned in the classroom to co-curricular activities.

tim faith

Tim Faith '11: fastest beer-maker in the world?

Tim Faith '11 ran cross-country and track in college, but kept speeding up as he worked his way through the world of craft beer. 

Philip Wm. McKinley directing "A Green River" in 2013.

Mississippi Bend Players season: 'The Military Through the Years'

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.

Eric Trimble, Ronald Dean Spears, Adam Gronewold, and Dr. Stephanie Pace Marshall

Gronewold named 2018 Lincoln laureate

Augustana senior Adam Gronewold was honored with the Abraham Lincoln Civic Engagement Award Nov. 17 in Springfield.

downtown Davenport

Quad Cities in top 10 places for millennials

When it comes to where young professionals can live and thrive, the Quad Cities stands well above New York, Los Angeles, or any big city. That's according to a new RealtyHop study.

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Grin and Barracks: 'Biloxi Blues' through June 23

"The Mississippi Bend Players provided an opportunity to both laugh and cry – and feel a multitude of other emotions – while also enjoying a high-quality theatrical production."

River Cities Reader