Kathryn Mueller, whose husband's grandfather graduated from Augustana in 1920 and later from Augustana Seminary, will be the soloist at this weekend's performance of Handel's "Messiah."
Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center is showing the exhibit "Elsie Ahlwén Sundeen: The Singing Evangelist" through June 15.
In the Tredway Library's Literary March Madness, the bracket for the Final 4 has been set. Who will move on to the final round?
Augustana College's John Deere Planetarium will be open for an evening of stargazing and planet viewing from 8:30-10 p.m. on Saturday, April 21.
Grayson Dixon ’19 began reading about psychology in sixth grade and started playing cello in seventh grade. He’s now channeling that interest into a double major in music performance and neuroscience.
Some Augustana students hit the road for home for spring break, but many others choose a different route. Here are some of them.
A critical nationwide need for speech-language pathologists has emerged in the last decade, and Augustana is ready to fill the gap. Starting in 2020, students can begin work on their master’s degree in speech-language pathology.
Senior Travon Aldridge won the triple jump and was named Field Athlete of the Meet at the CCIW Indoor Track & Field Championships Feb. 24. His win helped Augustana finish second in the nine-team meet.
The Augustana College Office of Admissions says that the applications of high school students who participate in peaceful demonstrations will not be jeopardized.
Augustana advanced to Saturday's championship game of the CCIW Tournament with a 72-64 win over Wheaton at Carver Center.
Senior Ryan Jenkins says the one-on-one attention of faculty has made a difference for him. "That's a really unique experience that I wouldn't trade anything in the world for."
Don Umland, Augustana’s director of campus recreation, also helps cultivate the next generation of sports officials.