Sports, academics and community service converge in River Bandits internships
The Mississippi Bend Players' inaugural seasons starts Friday with "Zombie Prom" at Augustana College's Brunner Theatre Center.
The ducks and the turtles are back now that Augustana's Slough has refilled with water and a broken pipe has been repaired.
Three members of the Augustana men's track and field team were named Academic All-Americans today. Seniors Isaac Smith and Tanner Osing and junior Mitchell Johnson were recognized, moving Augustana's all-time total number of Academic All-Americans to 170.
Jordan Kirkbride '14 knows each and every object in the Colonel Davenport House on Arsenal Island.
New data won Sierra Kindley ’19 a top award at the Mississippi River Research Consortium.
The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art a $15,000 Art Works grant to fund a community yarn bomb project on campus this fall. This is the first National Endowment for the Arts grant awarded to the college.
Lauren Goggin, the winningest women's tennis player in Viking history, is Augustana's 167th Academic All-American.
City workers arrived this morning to begin repairs to the Slough on campus, which was drained after a pipe under it collapsed about 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
A drainage pipe beneath the slough on campus failed Saturday morning. As a result, water from the slough was released down-campus, which resulted in water damage in many areas.
“Selections from Menotti” at the Genesius Guild will feature talented Augustana alumni, students and staff.
Augustana junior outfielder Carter Amundsen is the 166th student-athlete in Augustana history to win Academic All-America honors.
Marckus Simmons graduated with a degree in biology from Augustana College on a Sunday and a few days later he truly put the hammer down, winning an NCAA national title.