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.
New graduates will find out just how well a liberal arts education works in technology fields.
Study abroad, academics, her student group and volunteering put Sabrina Hill ’18 in the right spot for her next big adventure.
Augustana will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the $8.5 million, four-story expansion of Hanson Hall of Science.
The Genesius Guild will present Ballet Under the Stars, featuring Ballet Quad Cities.
The Vikings softball team will host the Augustana Invitational at home today and Sunday, playing games vs. Dubuque and Wisconsin-La Crosse.
The John Deere Planetarium will be open for an evening of stargazing and planet viewing from 8:30-10 p.m.
Members of the Class of 2018, along with their families, are invited to enjoy one last evening on campus as students with dinner and music.
Some Augustana students hit the road for home for spring break, but many others choose a different route. Here are some of them.
Jim Leach, who represented the Iowa Quad-Cities in the U.S. House of Representatives for 30 years, will give this year's Ellwood F. Curtis Family Lectureship in Public Affairs.