My Augustana Story is a chance for students to explain why they chose Augustana and what's happened since then.
This adaptation for the Augustana stage is based on the timeless swashbuckler by Alexandre Dumas, a tale of heroism, treachery, close escapes, and above all, honor.
Augustana music professor Dr. John Pfautz shares why creative thinking is vitally important in an episode of Talking Art, a series by WVIK 90.3, Augustana Public Radio.
Augustana promotes and supports research/creative scholarship that enables students to stand out, often on a national stage.
Tierney Brosius is an assistant professor of biology professor at Augustana College who combines her passion for entomology — the study of insects — with beautifully detailed drawings.
Senior Rob Williams had the distinction of being the only undergraduate to present his research at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association.
The public is invited to a free program at Augustana College's John Deere Planetarium on Jan. 20 in conjunction with a total eclipse of the moon.
Dr. Monica Smith, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion at Augustana College, will give the keynote at this year's CommUniversity. Her title is "Where Do We Go From Here?"
When Doug Hultquist left Muscatine, Iowa, for Augustana College in August of 1973, he looked like a guy who had his life planned out.
Augustana music instructor Sheila Doak has six part-time jobs, all of which involve playing a keyboard instrument.
Tayvian Johnson '16 and his brother, Avery Pearl '18, are opening a recording studio, Eastside Sound, in East Moline, Ill.
The Augustana Symphonic Band and the Augustana Choir both will be on tour in February 2019.