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Augustana College Class of 2022 at commencement

Class of 2022 praised for resilience, courage

U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin praised the Class of 2022 for its resilience but admonished graduates that "democracy demands your active involvement" at Sunday's Augustana College commencement.

Students working in CORE Commons

Augustana ranked No. 10 in the U.S. for experiential learning

An international firm that connects students with job simulations has ranked Augustana College No. 10 in the U.S. for experiential learning.

Pole vaulter Kat Kresbach

Pole vaulter Krebasch ’22 now All-American

Pole vaulter Kat Krebasch '22 became Augustana's first All-American in the event on the women's side since 2007, earning third place at the NCAA DIII National Track and Field Championships on Thursday.

Madison Watwood

Watwood’s study of Greek life earns Hasselmo Award

Madison Watwood ’23 plans to use her Hasselmo prize to fund a study abroad trip, possibly to China to continue her research examining race, identity and local politics as related to Greek life.

Amanda Gravelle

Physics scholarship winner loves figuring out how things work

Junior Amanda Gravelle has been awarded a $5,000 Rossing Physics Scholarship. She is one of only 14 exemplary physics students nationwide to receive the award.

Murry Gerber

Alumnus gives largest gift in Augustana history – $40 million

Murry Gerber 75 has made a $40 million commitment to provide financial aid and scholarships to high-achieving students from families with lower incomes, many of whom will be the first in their family to attend college.

Genesius Guild: 'Electra'

The Genesius Guild will present  "Electra," a Greek tragedy by Sophocles, July 2-3 and 9-10.

Genesius Guild: 'Electra'

The Genesius Guild will present  "Electra," a Greek tragedy by Sophocles, July 2-3 and 9-10.

Genesius Guild: 'Electra'

The Genesius Guild will present  "Electra," a Greek tragedy by Sophocles, July 2-3 and 9-10.