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Intro to Design and Cy the Coffee Guy

Introduction to Graphic Design is like a graphic designer's right of passage, says Vickie Phipps, assistant professor of art and graphic design.

Smith ’02 to succeed Hammer in Antarctic hunt for dinosaurs

For a while, Nate Smith ’02 wasn't sure where college would lead him. He came to Augustana as a chemistry major, thinking he would go back to teach and coach at his old high school in Crystal Lake outside Chicago. Then he took an honors course with paleontologist Dr. William Hammer.

Dr. William Hammer on dawn of Antarctic exploration

Dr. William Hammer, Fritiof Fryxell Chair in Geology, notes that 1841 marks the dawn of Antarctic exploration. British naval Captain James Ross, commanding HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, discovered what they named the Victoria Barrier, and would later be renamed the Ross Ice Shelf. Hammer is the discoverer of the first dinosaur remains unearthed in Antarctica.

The making of a college pro

Nick Torres ’18 is a geology and environmental studies major with a passion for leadership, entrepreneurship and teamwork. Back home in Joliet, Torres is the owner of a College Pro Painters franchise, where he employs friends and other students to work on different projects.

Dr. Kelly Daniels on 19th-century literary humor

Dr. Kelly Daniels, associate professor of English, discusses the 1841 birth of the literary magazine Punch, and all that has meant for satire and humor in writing.

Dr. Kaul presents annual Ander Lecture in Immigration History

The O. Fritiof Ander Lecture in Immigration History is presented annually by a prominent scholar in the field of immigration studies. Augustana's Dr. Adam Kaul gives the annual lecture in Immigration History: "Making and Marketing Heritage: Nostalgia, Dissonance, and Sustainability in Bishop Hill, Illinois."