After Patrick Conniff ’17 found he could no longer play soccer, he spent the next three years working toward a dream job with U.S. Soccer.
Augustana’s annual children's show, “Amelia Earhart,” offers young theatre-goers an exciting story and a lot of history Sept. 23-24.
Past and present members of Latinx Unidos (formerly Latinos Unidos) will come together this Homecoming to celebrate 25 years at Augustana.
An interview with Alyssa Froehling ’17: poet, prize-winner and proofreader (for now)
The O. Fritiof Ander Lecture in Immigration History will be presented Oct. 7 by Dr. David Krueger, author of "Myths of the Rune Stone: Viking Martyrs and the Birthplace of America."
The Frieze Lecture Series is a 20-year partnership between the Rock Island Public Library and Augustana College. This year's theme is the legacy of the Reformation in this its 500th anniversary year.
A liberal arts education can make you interesting and get you the best internships.
Dr. Scott Gehler, assistant professor of biology, discusses the interconnectedness of cancer biology across disciplines, and witnessing students’ “ah-ha” moments.
Representatives from Augustana College, Scott County and Genesis Health System gathered Thursday to congratulate more than 100 Augustana students on their work to address lead contamination in Scott County, and kick off the second year of the project.
Augustana students, staff and community members learned to crochet this week to prepare the Yarn Bomb public sculpture. #yarnbombqc