The work of architect Olof Cervin, Augustana Class of 1887, can be seen in many places in the Rock Island.
Augustana’s faculty mentorship program bridges academics and athletics, creating new learning opportunities for students and also professors. Nearly 45 faculty mentors work with the varsity teams.
Augustana College announces the 2017 Good Fit T-shirt photo contest winners. Incoming first-year students can win one of several $1,000 scholarships. For their photos, students must wear the Augustana T-shirt they received when visiting campus. Nearly 100 entries were received.
Two members of the Class of 2003 have opened the Lodi Tap House in Maple Park, Ill., with the idea of paying homage to Illinois. They offer a rotating selection of Illinois craft beer on tap and Illinois wines, as well as craft cocktails made with Illinois spirits.
The Augustana Symphonic Band will launch its first tour to Spain on Feb. 17, presenting five concerts near Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.
At least three Augustana alumni are hosting their own podcasts that delve into a variety of topics.
Heywire, Augustana’s student improv group, offers students a break from the stress of college life. To broaden their abilities for a wider audience, the group recently competed for the first time at in the llinois Collegiate Improv Regionals.
Junior Monica Gil first started composing music in middle school and hasn't stopped. This year she's had the chance to hear one of her compositions performed by Augustana's Jenny Lind Vocal Ensemble.
The Augustana Symphony Orchestra's winter concert, "Through the Forest" will give listeners an artistic treatment of the natural world, including darkness, power, fear and excitement.
A new Quad Cities-based theatre company will make its debut this summer, with Augustana College’s Brunner Theatre Center the site for three summer-stock presentations by the recently formed Mississippi Bend Players.
Environmentalist and writer Ken Brower will speak and the Sage Sisters of Solidarity will report on the Dakota Access Pipeline at the 12th annual Environmental Film Fest here March 11.
Augustana’s Office of International Student Life is hosting the International Street Fest on Feb. 2-3. The annual event is designed to celebrate the diversity of cultural backgrounds in the Augustana community and educate the campus about issues facing the college's international students.