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May 2016

Emmy-nominated film studio moving to Augustana

05/03/16 Emmy-nominated film studio moving to Augustana


Fresh Films, the non-profit arm of Chicago-based Dreaming Tree Films, Inc., is in the process of moving to Augustana. Headed by Estlin Feigley ’93 and Kelli Feigley, Fresh Films involves teens in the making of real science-related feature-length films and an Emmy-nominated kids’ television show. Augustana students from various disciplines will have the opportunity to work with the studio.
Ready, willing and able

05/02/16 Ready, willing and able


We asked alumni to tell us about their jobs that didn’t exist 10-15 years ago. Here’s what we learned.

April 2016

WVIK takes home 15 awards for reporting

04/29/16 WVIK takes home 15 awards for reporting


WVIK 90.3 FM, Quad Cities NPR, won 15 awards in state news contests last weekend. The WVIK newsroom competed in contests held by the Illinois Associated Press Broadcasters Association and the Iowa Broadcast News Association.
A story of revenge: 'Sweeney Todd' April 29-May 8

04/28/16 A story of revenge: 'Sweeney Todd' April 29-May 8


Augustana will present the musical "Sweeney Todd" as the last mainstage production in Potter Theatre before moving to a new theatre complex this fall. The show will run April 29-May 8. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 1:30 p.m. Sundays.
Bancks composition 'Into the Wild' going to Argentina

04/26/16 Bancks composition 'Into the Wild' going to Argentina


A new composition by Augustana's Jacob Bancks will be performed in Argentina this summer by the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies on tour. Bancks wrote the two-movement piece, "Into the Wild," especially for the youth symphony, based in Minneapolis-St. Paul. His talents were requested by Mark Russell Smith, artistic director of the youth symphony and also conductor of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra.
Phi Beta Kappa elects 43 seniors

04/22/16 Phi Beta Kappa elects 43 seniors


The Augustana Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa has elected 43 senior students to membership. "Election is a significant honor reflecting their fine academic work and the high opinion our faculty have of them,” said advisor Dr. Donna Dungan, president of Augustana's chapter, Zeta of Illinois, and professor of computer science.
Braving a Shave with St. Baldrick's at Augustana

04/21/16 Braving a Shave with St. Baldrick's at Augustana


More than $11,000 dollars was raised to aid childhood cancer research at the St. Baldrick's event on April 14. Dozens of students had their heads shaved in a show of support.
First-year pole vaulter reaches new heights

04/21/16 First-year pole vaulter reaches new heights


Mackenzie Butcher, a first-year pole vaulter from Colorado Springs, Colo., qualified for the NCAA Division III Indoor National Championship this season after a tie with her CCIW conference competition. She cleared 11 feet, 7¾ inches to tie for 12th at the indoor nationals. Her record height is 12-2 ½ — the third-highest pole vault in Augustana history.
Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award winners

04/19/16 Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award winners


Camilla Best's poem, "If Victoria's Secret Clearance Bras Could Talk," won the 18th annual Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award. Second-place went to Alyssa Froehling for "lost weight" and third to Alice Roberson, "They Make it So Difficult for Us to Love Ourselves."
College adds two new sports amid state funding uncertainty

04/19/16 College adds two new sports amid state funding uncertainty


Augustana College will add men's volleyball and women's bowling to the varsity lineup. Both teams' first seasons are set to begin in the 2017-18 school year. Amid uncertainty around higher education at both the state and federal level, and with demographic changes in the Midwest, Augustana leaders are strategically investing in new programs to attract more students.
Video: Author Heather Slomski gives latest River Reading

04/14/16 Video: Author Heather Slomski gives latest River Reading


Heather Slomski is the author of "The Lovers Set Down Their Spoons," winner of the 2014 Iowa Short Fiction Award and published by the University of Iowa Press. Her stories have appeared in TriQuarterly, American Letters & Commentary, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, The Normal School, and elsewhere. She was a recipient of a 2013 Minnesota State Artist Initiative Grant and a 2013 Minnesota Emerging Writers' Grant.
Video: Polar Lecture addresses sustainable development strategy in the Arctic

04/14/16 Video: Polar Lecture addresses sustainable development strategy in the Arctic


Dr. Andrey Petrov presents "The Other Arctic: Knowledge, Creativity and the New Frontier" as part of the annual lecture series sponsored by the Augustana Center for Polar Studies. Dr. Petrov is an associate professor of geography and geospatial technology at the University of Northern Iowa. He studies Arctic social and socio-ecological systems, sustainability, human development and global change in remote indigenous communities of Russia and Canada.
New Brunner Theatre Center to open in August

04/13/16 New Brunner Theatre Center to open in August


Tranforming Augustana's College Center into the Kim and Donna Brunner Theatre Center is on schedule, and the venue should be ready for the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year.
Quad-Cities veterans invited to campus on April 18

04/12/16 Quad-Cities veterans invited to campus on April 18


All Quad-Cities veterans are invited to be introduced and recognized for their service on Monday, April 18, at 7 p.m. in Wallenberg Hall. The public is welcome to attend this salute to veterans and those currently serving in the military, hosted by Augustana students.
Holocaust survivor to speak at Augustana

04/12/16 Holocaust survivor to speak at Augustana


Felix Weil, a native of Frankfurt, Germany, who survived the Holocaust as a young boy, will speak at Augustana on Monday, May 2 at 7 p.m. in Wallenberg Hall.
Archaeology uncovers stories of royal enslaved Africans

04/12/16 Archaeology uncovers stories of royal enslaved Africans


Alicia Odewale will discuss her interdisciplinary approach to identifying royal enslaved Africans' most pressing issues through their written words and archaeological evidence on Tuesday, April 19 at 10:30 a.m. in room 102 of the Hanson Hall of Science.
‘Sticker price’ not the final price

04/11/16 ‘Sticker price’ not the final price


In a state known for the unknowns when it comes to funding for public education, Augustana is more affordable than families might think. Once they receive their financial aid packages, students and families can be surprised at the cost difference between a private, independent college and a large, regional public university.
Seniors show work in New Departures April 13-May 22

04/11/16 Seniors show work in New Departures April 13-May 22


Ten seniors in studio art and graphic design will display their Senior Inquiry work in the New Departures exhibition April 13-May 22. The students will share their creative process at an artists' talk at 10 a.m. May 4. A closing reception will be held from 12:30-2 p.m. May 22.
A father-son duo to speak at commencement

04/07/16 A father-son duo to speak at commencement


Actor Eric Christian Olsen, who currently portrays Detective Marty Deeks on CBS' "NCIS: Los Angeles," was set to deliver the address at Augustana College's 156th commencement convocation this May, when Hollywood came calling. Another familiar face will deliver the address instead.
Culver farewell concert with orchestra April 30

04/06/16 Culver farewell concert with orchestra April 30


Augustana will celebrate Dr. Daniel Culver's impact on thousands of students with a spring concert and reception. The concert is free and the public is welcome to join the celebration at 8 p.m. April 30 in Centennial Hall. He is retiring after 42 years at the college.
Mentors matter: Just ask Lizeth Tamayo '16

04/04/16 Mentors matter: Just ask Lizeth Tamayo '16


Lizeth Tamayo '16 arrived at Augustana College with a clear direction in mind. She declared a major in pre-medicine with plans to become a doctor. It made sense, she thought, to make the most of a full scholarship and a proven ability in the sciences. Her feelings started to change, however, after some heartfelt talks with Dr. Pareena Lawrence, dean of the college.

March 2016

Science on GMOs is 'missing'

03/31/16 Science on GMOs is 'missing'


The differences of opinion on genetically modified organisms were on display at a panel discussion that was a part of PlantBot Genetics: The Moth Project, an art exhibit encouraging awareness of ecology. Dr. Angie Carter, assistant professor of sociology at Augustana, said the science is missing. "In the absence of science, we are assuming safety," she said. "Or, we are relying on science that is being put out by the companies who are manufacturing the products themselves."
My motivations for publishing undergraduate research

03/31/16 My motivations for publishing undergraduate research


Dr. Pamela Trotter, professor of chemistry, writes about the benefits of helping undergraduates publish research. "Publishing undergraduate research benefits not only me and my students, but our institution as well. It provides tangible billboards, showing what our students are doing and how they are part of the greater scientific community."
Day '77 to bring his choir to Carnegie Hall

03/29/16 Day '77 to bring his choir to Carnegie Hall


Gregory Day is familiar with the choral classic, "Messiah," having sung it with the Augustana Choir. He will get to be part of the Handel oratorio at New York's Carnegie Hall on Nov. 27. Day is artistic director of the Lincoln-Way Area Chorale (based in New Lenox, Ill.), which has been invited to perform by Distinguished Concerts International New York in "Messiah" with other choristers from around the world and a 125-piece orchestra.
Planetarium to hold open house and planet viewing

03/22/16 Planetarium to hold open house and planet viewing


Augustana's John Deere Planetarium will be open for an evening of stargazing and planet viewing on Saturday, April 16, 8:30-10 p.m. The open house will feature programs in the planetarium and Carl Gamble Observatory, and outside the building.
Learn about the oldest light in the universe

03/22/16 Learn about the oldest light in the universe


Astrophysicist Dr. Tom Crawford presenting the Harry Nelson Lecture in Astronomy, "Probing Fundamental Physics with the Oldest Light in the Universe." This free public lecture is on Thursday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in room 102 of the Hanson Hall of Science.
Theatre class to present 'Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde'

03/15/16 Theatre class to present 'Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde'


Augustana College will "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde" Friday-Sunday. It deals with the Irish writer's trials on the matter of his relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas and others, which led to charges of "committing acts of gross indecency with other male persons" and his imprisonment in 1895.
Video: Saladin wins Hasselmo Prize

03/14/16 Video: Saladin wins Hasselmo Prize


Junior Chris Saladin, a classics and history major, earned recognition from Augustana as the 2016 winner of the Hasselmo Prize for Academic Pursuit. Fascinated by the ancient world, Saladin plans to pursue a Ph.D. in history.
Interactive exhibit tackles moths, plants, nature

03/11/16 Interactive exhibit tackles moths, plants, nature


"The Moth Project," the new multimedia exhibit at Augustana College's Teaching Museum of Art, is very untraditional. It's fun, quirky, creative, interactive, and also will spread far beyond the walls of Centennial Hall.
Panel to discuss Arab Spring protests, five years later

03/11/16 Panel to discuss Arab Spring protests, five years later


Augustana College will host a panel discussion, "Arab Spring: Five Years Later," on Thursday, March 31, in Room 102 of the Hanson Hall of Science. Focusing on the aftermath of the Arab Spring protests of 2011, the panel will feature Professor Juan Cole of the University of Michigan Department of History, and Maytha Alhassen, a Provost Ph.D. Fellow in American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California.
Augustana to host filmmaker John Viscount for a screening of 'Admissions'

03/08/16 Augustana to host filmmaker John Viscount for a screening of 'Admissions'


"What if you had to face every decision you ever made and the people they affected most?" That is the question that highlights John Viscount's critically acclaimed short film, "Admissions," starring Academy Award nominee James Cromwell. Augustana College will host Viscount as he presents his film and leads a short Q & A session on Tuesday, March 15, at 10:30 a.m. in the Gävle Room.
Video: Ben Ryan named 161st Academic All-American

03/04/16 Video: Ben Ryan named 161st Academic All-American


No Augustana men's basketball player has started more games than senior Ben Ryan. He's also a biochemistry major with a 3.54 GPA, which helped earn him recognition as the Vikings' 161st Academic All-American.
Video: Bancks' dreams of composition came early

03/04/16 Video: Bancks' dreams of composition came early


Jacob Bancks, a composer and Augustana assistant professor of music, talks about the roots of his interest in making music. His "Dream Variations" will premiered by the Quad City Symphony Orchestra this weekend.
What's the deal with those adult coloring classes?

03/04/16 What's the deal with those adult coloring classes?


Rowen Schussheim, chair of the art department at Augustana College, isn’t surprised by the trend toward adult coloring events, which she says have “exploded” over the past year or so. She uses the books as inspiration in her drawing classes. “We all have a natural craving to be expressive and creative,” she said. “Everyone likes to doodle, but we don’t always have an excuse to do that.”
Learning Community returns from the mountains

03/02/16 Learning Community returns from the mountains


Fifteen students and three professors have returned from six weeks of study, reflection, snow shenanigans and communal life at Holden Village in the North Cascade Mountains of Washington. Dr. Jason Mahn, an associate professor of religion, wrote on the fortifying lifestyle and learning experiences of that special place.

February 2016

Video: Men's basketball back in NCAA tournament

02/29/16 Video: Men's basketball back in NCAA tournament


Coming off their CCIW tournament title, the Vikings return to the NCAA tournament, where they finished second nationally last year.
Professor brings dinosaur treasures home

02/29/16 Professor brings dinosaur treasures home


The Fryxell Geology Museum is one of the jewels of the Augustana College campus, and it has been carefully polished by Dr. William Hammer, the head of the museum and professor of geology. Visitors are greeted by a 22-foot Cryolophosaurus, a carnivorous dinosaur he discovered in Antarctica in 1991.
Anderson '99 directs wildland trust

02/26/16 Anderson '99 directs wildland trust


Eric Anderson has become the first executive director of the River Bend Wildland Trust. It manages the 100-acre Milan Bottoms and is working to restore its wetlands, prairie and river bottom hardwood forest. Anderson has been a volunteer and board member for the trust and was an organizer of the 2013 BioBlitz. He earned a BA in geology from Augustana in 1999 and a master's in geography in 2006 from Western Illinois University.
Get to know the Vikings

02/26/16 Get to know the Vikings


As the Augustana men's basketball team heads into the postseason, here's a look at the 17 players who have contributed to a school-record 24 victories in the regular season.
Observer wins record 19 Illinois College Press awards

02/25/16 Observer wins record 19 Illinois College Press awards


The staff of the Augustana Observer broke its own record last weekend by winning 19 awards from the Illinois College Press Association (ICPA) in Chicago. Last year, the Observer staff won 18 awards from ICPA and took first place in the General Excellence category. The staff took third place in the same category at the awards banquet on Feb. 20. Other staff awards included an honorable mention in the category of front page design.
Lefstein '55 recalls day in Scalia court

02/23/16 Lefstein '55 recalls day in Scalia court


Rock Island attorney Stuart R. Lefstein still remembers the day in 1988 when he came face to face with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Residential life focuses on the student experience

02/19/16 Residential life focuses on the student experience


Beginning this fall, Augustana's residential life program will focus on the student experience from year to year. The new model will include ties to curricular and co-curricular programming, such as the campus-wide student learning outcomes.
Summer Academy for high school students set for June

02/12/16 Summer Academy for high school students set for June


Augustana College will hold its annual Summer Academy for high school students during the week of June 19-24. Ranging from two to five days, the academy's courses take an active, hands-on approach within a close learning community based on the beautiful Augustana campus.
Gravitational waves? Q-C experts weigh in

02/12/16 Gravitational waves? Q-C experts weigh in


A team of scientists announced they officially found gravitational waves — but, why exactly is that a big deal? “This is like finding a needle in a haystack, except probably on a bigger scale,” said Dr. Cecilia Vogel, professor of physics at Augustana. “Let’s say there’s a conversation going on three miles away and you can suddenly hear it with your ears. The event of the black holes colliding from so far away is really hard to detect, so it’s really impressive."
Video: Isbell '81 delivers 2016 Polar Lecture

02/08/16 Video: Isbell '81 delivers 2016 Polar Lecture


Dr. John L. Isbell '81, professor and research scientist with the department of geoscience at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, speaks on "Glaciation During the Late Paleozoic Ice Age."
Cullen '13 wins Iowa journalism award

02/08/16 Cullen '13 wins Iowa journalism award


Jack Cullen '13 was awarded the Jay P. Wagner Prize for Young Journalists by the Iowa Newspaper Association. Cullen has been a Davenport Quad-City Times reporter since December 2013. Before joining the Times, Cullen was an intern at the Wisconsin State Journal in his hometown of Madison. He graduated from Augustana with a bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism.
Carbon emissions, glacial history tie together

02/05/16 Carbon emissions, glacial history tie together


It has been nearly 18 billion years since we have seen carbon emissions like we have now, says Dr. John Isbell, professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He talked about the history of ice glaciers for the Polar Lecture at Augustana College. "We will have to reduce our carbon emissions, and it is still going to go up for a while. If we can reduce emissions, we can slow it down."
Students work with residents on neighborhood plan

02/02/16 Students work with residents on neighborhood plan


Students from Dr. Chris Strunk's urban and regional planning class have been working on the first-ever plan for Rock Island's Greenbush neighborhood. Last spring, students learned a lot about Greenbush by talking to residents and leading community meetings. They also worked with Christian Montbriand, a 2015 Augustana grad, and Brandy Howe, an urban planner with the city.
Special Collections puts perspective on campaigns

02/02/16 Special Collections puts perspective on campaigns


Augustana's Special Collections has an extensive collection of campaign memorabilia thanks to William Edmondson '49, who shopped in bookstores and at yard sales. He purchased buttons, hats and ties, and collected items which tell the story of presidential politics going as far back to the days of Teddy Roosevelt.
Anderson finds spiritual, healing powers in music

02/02/16 Anderson finds spiritual, healing powers in music


Augustana alumna Lauren Anderson, a Chicago native, is involved in music in two big ways: as a music therapist in the pediatric unit at the University of Kansas Medical Center and as a singer/songwriter who recently released “Truly Me,” her first full-length, and who has performed at various clubs around Kansas City, including Knuckleheads and VooDoo.
Covering the caucuses

02/01/16 Covering the caucuses


It's caucus day in Iowa, and because of Augustana's location being just across the Mississippi River from the Hawkeye State, students and recent alumni in the Quad-Cities area have the opportunity to cover the caucuses for local news outlets.

January 2016

Feigley '93 helps teens realize filmmaking dreams

01/29/16 Feigley '93 helps teens realize filmmaking dreams


Augustana alum Estlin Feigley will be back on campus Saturday to show his first feature-length film, "The Stream," followed by an interactive filmmaking workshop for students. His Dreaming Tree Films provide inner-city Chicago teens with filmmaking experiences.
Hund '97 named Outstanding University Teacher

01/25/16 Hund '97 named Outstanding University Teacher


Alycia Hund '97 will be honored with an Outstanding University Teacher Award from Illinois State University, where she is a professor of psychology. She has guided more than 5,800 students in face-to-face, blended and online course since joining ISU in 2003. Hund has mentored 83 undergraduate research assistants, 41 undergrad teaching assistants, 14 graduate research assistants, 10 dissertation students and 16 thesis students.
A grad student's top 10 childhood books

01/22/16 A grad student's top 10 childhood books


Christine Hedlin '11 is a PhD candidate in English at the University of Illinois. After the holidays back home she was inspired to reflect on her favorite childhood reading memories. "I wouldn’t point to any of these moments and say, 'And that’s why I became an English major.' Yet I can also safely say that I wouldn’t be where I am without these kinds of moments." Hedlin majored in English and Spanish and minored in Classics at Augustana.
Vo '13 helps students bring Moline to Shakespeare

01/21/16 Vo '13 helps students bring Moline to Shakespeare


Calvin Vo '13, a theatre and English major at Augustana, charged his Moline High School students with creating a unique production of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The 16th-century comedy will be transported to 19th-century Moline. "One of my big pushes here at Moline is to emphasize dramaturgy," which was a major focus at Augustana, Vo said.
Construction of new theatre center underway

01/20/16 Construction of new theatre center underway


Crews are hard at work renovating the College Center into what will become the Kim and Donna Brunner Theatre Center. The $4.2 million project includes construction of a new mainstage theatre, black box theatre, outdoor pavilion venue and scene/costume shops. The work is expected to be done in time for the building to open for the 2016-17 academic year.
Internship on, off the court brings growth to Motzel's game

01/20/16 Internship on, off the court brings growth to Motzel's game


Senior Brandon Motzel, a pre-medicine and physics major, interned at the Texas Medical Center last summer. In addition to the academic benefits of the internship, he tested his skills against players from Rice University in pick-up basketball games. That experience is paying off for Motzel, whose play has helped set a tone for the Vikings since he moved into the starting lineup earlier this month
Lundahl exhibit features landscapes and "the everyday"

01/19/16 Lundahl exhibit features landscapes and "the everyday"


WVIK interviews Claire Kovacs, director of the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art, about "A Place Called Home: Frank Lundahl and the Quad Cities" on display through Feb. 12. Lundahl made a living painting interior murals, but the exhibit includes paintings Lundahl created for himself.
Video: River Readings with Eula Biss

01/18/16 Video: River Readings with Eula Biss


In the second 2015-16 installment of the River Readings series, essayist Eula Biss reads from two of her books, "On Immunity: An Inoculation" and "Notes from No Man's Land: American Essays."
Anderson '60, chronicler of the nursing profession, dies at 77

01/18/16 Anderson '60, chronicler of the nursing profession, dies at 77


Peggy Anderson '60, who never wanted to become a nurse but wrote a best-selling book to correct stereotypes about the profession, died Sunday. Her second book "Nurse" (1978), was on the New York Times best-seller list for 30 weeks and is still in print. "Nurse" was also the basis for a CBS-TV series. Anderson returned to Augustana in 2011 to participate in the River Readings.
Youth take a seat at the civil rights table

01/18/16 Youth take a seat at the civil rights table


At 14, Cyrus Diaz is already aware of the preconceptions that often surround police and community relations. Perceptions, and misconceptions, were among issues Mr. Diaz and other community members sought to address at the Passing the Torch Community Youth Forum held at Augustana. It was a preamble to an evening event honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tallitsch's Human Anatomy class supports classmate

01/13/16 Tallitsch's Human Anatomy class supports classmate


Dr. Bob Tallitsch's Human Anatomy class wore hats and wigs during the first class following Christmas recess, and not just because it was one of the coldest days of the year so far.
Augustana holds interfaith forum ahead of Iowa caucus

01/13/16 Augustana holds interfaith forum ahead of Iowa caucus


With the Iowa caucus fast approaching, Augustana will hold a discussion about the implications of the election for Christians, Jews and Muslims on Monday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. in Wallenberg Hall. The discussion will be led by Imam Saad Baig from the Islamic Center of the Quad Cities, Rabbi Jeffrey Lipschultz from the Tri-City Jewish Center and Pastor Richard Priggie from Augustana.
Annual King celebration adds youth forum

01/08/16 Annual King celebration adds youth forum


Passing the Torch, an annual community-wide celebration and tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., will take place Jan. 16 at Augustana. For the first time, the celebration will include a community youth forum.
Renowned rabbi to discuss Judaism and ethics

01/06/16 Renowned rabbi to discuss Judaism and ethics


Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Ph.D., an internationally known scholar of Judaism, will give a free public lecture, "God without Ethics, Ethics without God: What Does Judaism Add to Ethics?" on Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Wallenberg Hall.
Internship leads Robertson '82 on different path

01/05/16 Internship leads Robertson '82 on different path


Rev. Bryan Robertson '82 majored in English at Augustana before going to seminary. His intention was to eventually teach Christian religion at the college level. But an internship in the church resulted in Robertson’s decision to become a pastor. He has served in Rock Island, Decorah, Iowa, and most recently in Waupaca, Wis.
Hynes '96 puts West Chicago on the map

01/05/16 Hynes '96 puts West Chicago on the map


Vicki (White) Hynes '96 has created standards for participation and judging of a new annual event which showcases the work of Geographic Information Systems professionals. She was recognized last fall by the Illinois GIS Association for her contributions. Hynes majored in geography and environmental studies at Augustana. She worked for eight years for Naperville, followed by a year of consulting work, before joining the City of West Chicago in 2002.
Augustana participates in annual CommUniversity

01/04/16 Augustana participates in annual CommUniversity


CommUniversity, a series of Sunday classes taught by area experts, will begin its 37th year in February. The annual non-profit event is coordinated by a board of directors from local colleges, churches, libraries and other community organizations. Five Augustana faculty will teach classes at CommUniversity this year.
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