Augustana College will be a host site for the national African American Read-In, the first and oldest event dedicated to diversity in literature.
What Emma Baldwin ’13, Jacob Groselak ’15 and Mayu Oya ’16 learned as tutors is helping them in their varied careers.
Akvavit Theatre of Chicago will perform staged readings from two plays. The company focuses on Nordic and Scandinavian works.
Two students from Vietnam saw how they could explain Womanism to a broader audience.
High school students are invited to a special Viking Visit with expanded programming, an academic session, campus tours and lunch.
High school seniors are invited to participate in an academic Departmental Open House and Scholarship Competition.
Dr. Aaron Bobrow-Strain will talk about his book, "The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez: A Border Story."
Augustana’s timely new major and minor extend from time-honored academic programs.
The Real Group, a vocal group from Sweden called the "masters of modern a cappella” will perform. (This event is sold out.)
Graduates tell how Augie Choice—$2,000 for a big learning experience—influenced who they are today.