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Aykeem Spivey

Spivey’s memorial mural replaces tears with joy

Art/psychology double major Aykeem Spivey '24 donated his time and talent to paint a mural at the Rock Island Center for Math and Science, in honor of a beloved teacher, Kris Hays. Hays passed away from cancer last year.

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Students create amazing snow sculptures for contest

Students braved sub-zero wind chills for the 2024 Winter Wonderland Competition. The contest featured 23 entries, with judging criteria centered on the creativity and quality of the sculpture.

Andrea Talentino, Erik Bergren and Kimberly Murphy

Bergren adds fourth generation to family's Augustana legacy

Despite being a fourth-generation Viking, Erik Bergren '25 said he didn't feel pressured to choose Augustana. In an interview with the Quad-City Times, the economics and public health double major talks about his college experience.

John Hildreth

Dr. John Hildreth receives ‘I Have A Dream’ Award

Dr. John Hildreth had no idea he was going to be honored at the Martin Luther King, Jr., Community Center’s 41st annual Memorial Service and Award Ceremony.

Maitreyi Shrikhande

Shrikhande's dream of becoming a doctor 'actually happening' at Augustana

When making her college decision, 20-year-old Davenport native Maitreyi Shrikhande '26 strictly weighed academics and athletics.

Grant Shavaun

Graphic designer works his way up

Armed with a degree in graphic design, Shavaun Grant ‘16 returned home to the Chicago area after graduation and found plenty of opportunities. He recently was promoted to senior graphic designer, photographer and project manager at Sol-Millennium Medical Group.

Masterworks V: The Fauré Requieum

The Augustana Choir, the Augustana Choral Artists and the Augustana Oratorio Society will perform with the Quad City Symphony Orchestra on March 2 and 3.

'In Conversation with Renowned Poet Haki Madhubuti'

Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti, an influential architect of the Black Arts Movement, will speak about his experiences as a leading poet, author and educator. Madhubuti is widely known as a publisher and the founder of Chicago's Third World Press (1967), the oldest and largest Black-owned publishing house in the United States. Aubrey (Aubs.) Barnes, an award-winning spoken word poet and author, will interview and facilitate a discussion with Madhubuti regarding his life and career as a literary leader.