Augustana College will present the musical "The Drowsy Chaperone" April 27-29 and May 4-6, a Jazz Age show which pokes fun at the cliches of musical theatre.
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The world needs, and often rewards, graduates in the humanities.
Campus is invited to celebrate Ascension Day with worship and a sermon by the Rev. Barbara K. Lundblad '66. Ascension of Our Lord is one of the principal festivals of the Christian liturgical year for which Ascension Chapel at Augustana College gets its name.
The successful opening of the Brunner Theatre Center allows the college to now focus its attention on Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts.
As a new student, Katie Griswold auditioned for and accepted to the Augustana Choir, which, she says "was a big, big thing for me." It turned out to be just the first of many musical and theatrical milestones for her.
The library salutes our hard-working students who help to keep the library running smoothly.
Marguerite Mishkin, a "hidden child" of the Holocaust, will speak at Augustana at 7 p.m. April 16 in Wallenberg Hall inside the Denkmann Memorial Buidling.
Mary Neil, professor of piano and musicianship, will perform her final recital as a faculty member April 10. She plans to retire in May after a 32-year career with the college.
Augustana alumna and church historian the Rev. Dr. Maria E. Erling '78 will visit campus April 23-24. She will offer a public talk, "Augustana's Belief in the Power of Young Adults," at 4:30 p.m. April 23 at the Wilson Center.
Swenson Center student worker Katie Laschanzky is featured in the Spring 2018 edition of SCA Today magazine.
Students interested in submitting an entry for the Tredway Library Prize for First-Year Research should do so by Friday, May 18th. For more details, click here or ask a librarian.