"Slavery Then, Today, and Tomorrow," is a newly announced lecture series examining the economics, politics of slavery throughout history. The lectures are free and open to the public.
March's installment of Augustana's Third Sunday Archeology Program will feature speaker Dr. Alan Osborn, professor of anthropology at the University of Nebraska-Omaha and curator of anthropology for the University of Nebraska State Museum in Lincoln, on the topic of "Poison Hunting of Mammoths in the Late Pleistocene" at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 15, at the Gilbert Science Center Auditorium (GSC #100).
Sixty area boys' and girls' basketball teams from fourth through ninth grade will shoot hoops for a good cause at the annual Fighting Hunger & Feeding Hope Basketball Tournament, set for March 20-22 at the Elmen Center.
This spring's theme of the Augustana Academy for Seniors is "Celebrating South Dakota's 125th Year: Examining Written Communication in South Dakota." The companies of Argus Leader Media, Augustana College and South Dakota Magazine are represented.
The Augustana College Theatrical Society (ACTS) will present its spring 2015 show, "Raised in Captivity," at 7:30 p.m. on March 26-28 in the Mary Harum Hart Acting Studio at the Edith Mortenson Center. Admission is free.