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Jenny Lind Vocal Ensemble touring in April

Augustana's Jenny Lind Vocal Ensemble will take a three-performance tour April 14-16 in Missouri and Iowa.

Augustana Vikings esports team practicing

Augustana esports steps up its game with biometrics

A new partnership will boost the Augustana College Vikings esports team's mental and physical performance.

Augustana Symphonic Band

Augustana Symphonic Band to tour Japan

The Augustana Symphonic Band, under the direction of Dr. James Lambrecht, will perform concerts in Japan in March and April.


Elledge '20 will be working the Super Bowl

Work and play are literally combined in Austin Elledge’s job with the National Football League, and Sunday will be a pretty big work day.

Augustana Choir group photo in autumn on campus

Choir lists spring tour stops in Midwest

The 52-voice Augustana Choir will perform on tour in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa in March and April. The choir has a tradition of touring abroad and throughout the United States.

Randall Hall playing the saxophone.

Shockingly Modern Saxophone Festival Feb. 25 brings guest artist, world premiere

The annual Shockingly Modern Saxophone Festival returns to Augustana College Feb. 25, featuring guest artist Jorge Hoyo from Mexico City and the premiere of a new work from the German composer Hainbach.

Students inventorying local streams

Grant boosts community impact of two Augustana College centers

A $100,000 grant from Augustana College Trustee Christopher Coulter '94 and his wife, Melanie Berna Coulter '94, will mobilize Augustana students, faculty and staff as they partner with communities to solve the social, economic and environmental challenges facing the Quad-Cities region. 

Step Afrika

Step Afrika! to bring world renowned step, storytelling

Step Afrika!, the first professional company dedicated to the tradition of stepping, will perform at Centennial Hall Feb. 11.

Class Notes

Alumni share their latest news and photos!

Red Rocks, Nevada

How J-term classes impact the student experience

During January term, students take a break from their 15-week semester schedule to engage in a month-long period of intensive learning. Here are four students' J-term stories and photos from several classes.

Music alumna earns recognition from educators

Amy Croft '19, who teaches vocal music to grades 6-8 in Geneseo, Ill., received the Early Service Educator Award from the  Illinois Music Educators Association in January.

students performing at CASI

Creative Therapies students take the show on the road

Students taking the "Creative Therapies" January term course performed alongside —and for — a group of senior citizens.

Augustana sophomore Johana Gonzales

'The classes I took last semester opened my eyes to everything'

Augustana sophomore Johana Gonzales is interviewed in a series, featuring Quad Cities area college students and their perspectives on the fall 2022 semester. 

Atanasoff-Berry Computer

‘Birth of the Computer’ explores Q-C ties to inventor Atanasoff

The “Birth of the Computer: The John Atanasoff Story” event will include a viewing of the documentary “Atanasoff, Father of the Computer” and a panel discussion on John Atanasoff, inventor of the electronic digital computer, and his ties to the Quad-Cities.

Augustana's environmental film selection showing Feb. 12

Students at local high schools and colleges, including Augustana, chose the films in this year's QC Environmental Film Series starting Jan. 22.

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Of those who responded to the survey. Source: Institutional Research at Augustana; CORE (Careers, Opportunities, Research, Exploration) at Augustana

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