The Augustana Choir and Augustana Choral Artists will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I with themes of war and peace at their fall concert Oct. 26.
As an actor-comedian, Gary Miller ’15 has made a name for himself by making a fool of himself. His liberal arts education helped.
The Augustana Alumni Association recognized the achievements, contributions and service of four alumni and one college group at Homecoming Oct. 6.
Augustana College is launching a $125 million campaign to strengthen its endowment and prepare graduates for a world that increasingly needs them.
As a part of the college’s campus beautification campaign, the venerable bell tower is getting some maintenance and a new paint job.
Dr. Dorothy Parkander, an Augustana professor emerita of English whose 50-year teaching career touched an estimated 40,000 students, died Oct. 8 in Rock Island.
Here’s a college major that makes you a serious problem-solver and superior writer. And it’s an attention-getter that shows would-be employers that you are curious and creative.
An Augustana alumna who's found success in Nashville will speak on campus before performing at Davenport's Redstone Room Friday.
Augustana's presentation of "The Crucible," Arthur Miller's drama about the Salem Witch Trials, will take the story out of the 1600s and into the future.
This year's Stanley Erikson Lecture in Public Affairs will address the timely topic of the influence of Russia in American politics and elections.
Augustana's annual celebration of the Festival of Sankta Lucia will take place on Dec. 11. The event commemorates the Scandinavian holiday with traditional songs and stories.
The Frieze Lecture Series is a 21-year partnership between the Rock Island Public Library and Augustana College to present four talks in the fall each year featuring Augustana faculty. This year's theme is "modern lives," in conjunction with the "French Moderns" exhibit at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport.
This fall's Center for Polar Studies lecture at Augustana will examine the Arctic's histories of science and colonialism in light of current thinking on climate change.
Now entering its 10th year, the Tea Talks lecture series at Augustana will feature faculty, staff and guest speakers on a range of topics.
Augustana College will present “Elegies for Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens,” a dramatic musical theatre piece composed of free- verse monologues and songs that reflect the lives of people who have lived with and died from AIDs.