Dr. Corey Miles will present a lecture for the Sociology and Anthropology Spring Speakers Series.
Poet and playwright T.S. Banks will give a virtual performance and talk at Augustana from 7-8:30 p.m. He has used plays and poetry to address racism, transphobia and ableism, and is known for his 2015 play, "We the 350: Stories of Poverty, Racism, and Incarceration in Wisconsin."
The African Student Association will sponsor this year's festival, "Glimpse of Africa." There will be an exhibition of different aspects of African cultures, people, history, and creativity specific to African countries represented at Augustana.
Camp Kesem at Augustana College invites the community to join them for their virtual Make the Magic.
“An End to All Questions": Scandinavian Immigrants, Abolition, and the Impeachment of President Johnson
Dr. Anders Bo Rasmussen will give a talk, ""An End to All Questions": Scandinavian Immigrants, Abolition, and the Impeachment of President Johnson."
Dr. Rasmussen is an associate professor of US history at the University of Southern Denmark.
The annual Celebration of Learning shares and showcases original scholarship and creative work by students, faculty and staff.
The annual Quad City Playwrights’ Festival will be held virtually this year.
Family Weekend is planned for Sept 18-19. Locations and activities to be announced.