U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, will deliver the address at the 162nd Commencement Convocation at Augustana College on Sunday, May 22.
Augustana College will present "The Captive," April 7-10, a 1926 melodrama about a woman who pretends to be with a man but is in love with a woman.
Augustana College has appointed Paraguayan conductor Ernesto Estigarribia as assistant professor and director of orchestral activities, beginning this fall.
With a dogged dedication even a pandemic couldn’t deter, Carson Eipers has become the best thrower Augustana has ever seen.
Three years after she co-founded Augustana's The Gray Matters Collective —a mental health support and suicide awareness organization — Haley DeGreve continues to spread the message of hope and healing.
Students won $9,000 in total prize money in Augustana's 2022 Business Plan Competition.
Augustana College will welcome “Beyoncé Mass,” a groundbreaking Christian worship service that celebrates the spirituality of Black women, at 7 p.m. April 13 in Centennial Hall on campus.
Kira Banks '23 came to Augustana to study biology and public health and, as often happens at a liberal arts school, discovered a passion for a seemingly unrelated major — Classics. Read about her recent award.
The Augustana Historical Society will celebrate the release of "An Adventure in Faith" by Dr. Bob Frank at 4 p.m. April 9 at St. James Lutheran Church, 3134 31st Ave., Rock Island.
Augustana’s Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center will host a symposium May 7 with rising scholars, an open house and dinner.
Augustana College will present “The 39 Steps” March 10-13, a Hitchcock masterpiece crossed with a spy novel and a dash of Monty Python.
The writers and a leader actor in the upcoming "Aaron Power!", an Irish-American musical of diversity, will talk about their work at 2 p.m. March 12 at the Brunner Theatre Center on campus.
“ ‘night, Mother,” a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a mother and daughter in crisis, will be presented March 3-6 at Augustana College.
Ira Francisco, an environmental activist and Native American dancer from Chicago, will present "A Comparison of the Pow-Wow Ritual to European Traditional Theatre" at 7 p.m. March 5 at the Brunner Theatre on campus.