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English and creative writing student groups

Black Squirrel Productions
A still frame from a Black Squirrel Productions video.

Unabridged

Unabridged is Augustana's club for English and creative writing majors. Every two weeks the group meets for English major coffee hours or to sponsor campus-wide events like Yoga for Writers, a book vs. movie club, Cards Against Humanity games, end-of-term Write-Ins, or workshops on job seeking and applying to grad schools.

President: Allyson Jesse

Vice President: Sabrina Hill

Advisor: Meg Gillette

SAGA

SAGA is Augustana's art and literary magazine. Published once a year, the student-run magazine accepts student submissions of poetry, fiction, and artwork, including drawings, paintings, and photography. The SAGA staff also organizes poetry slams, readings and a yearly gallery walk featuring student art work.

Advisor: Rebecca Wee.

Black Squirrel Productions

Black Squirrel Productions is an interdisciplinary film society that provides an opportunity for students to make movies and develop multi-media portfolios.

Advisor: Kevin Carton

Beginner's Luck

"Beginner’s Luck" starts here Aug. 3-12

Mississippi Bend Players will premiere the comedy "Beginner’s Luck," written by Emmy Award nominee and Golden Girls producer P.J. Lasker Aug. 3-12.

'The Glass Menagerie' coming up July 13-15, 20-22

The Mississippi Bend Players will present the Tennessee Williams' classic "The Glass Menagerie" July 13-15 and 20-22. The 1944 play, which catapulted Williams to fame, is the story of officer, dreamer and poet Tom Wingfield, who reminisces about working in a warehouse and living  with his overbearing mother and shy sister . 

'Big River'

Mississippi Bend Players kick off with 'Big River'

The Mississippi Bend Players, led by Broadway director and Augustana alumnus Phil McKinley, will kick off their second season with the musical "Big River: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."

The Children's Hour

This 1934 American play by Lillian Hellman is set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women.

The Children's Hour

This 1934 American play by Lillian Hellman is set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women.

The Children's Hour

This 1934 American play by Lillian Hellman is set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women.