• Racial Issues Focus of ‘Meeting David Wilson’


    David A. Wilson, who traveled deep into his family’s past to find answers to America’s racial divide, speaks at 7:00 p.m. Monday, January 18, in Kresge Recital Hall. Wilson’s presentation is titled “Meeting David Wilson, A Conversation About Race in America.”

  • Historic Record of Tattooing Subject of Archeology Presentation

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    “Pedestrians As Art: The Archeology of Tattooing,” is the subject of an illustrated lecture by Dr. L. Adrien Hannus, Director of  Augustana's Archeology Laboratory. The presentation is the first in the Third Sunday Archeology Presentation series.

  • Program at Augustana to Examine U.S. National Debt


    Augustana Professor Bob Wright is concerned about the size of the U.S. national debt. For that reason, Wright, the Nef Family Chair of Political Economy, is hosting a presentation of the movie "I.O.U.S.A.," as well as a Q&A session with the Concord Coalition.

  • On Bunny Hill: The Art of Chris Browne


    The first exhibit of 2010 at the Eide/Dalrymple Gallery on the Augustana campus features the paintings, drawings, and cartoons of Chris Browne, famed cartoonist of “Hagar the Horrible." The exhibit runs through February 6, and a gallery reception will be held Friday, February 5.

  • H1N1 Flu Shots Available On Campus

    Augustana College will host an H1N1 flu vaccination clinic in the Morrison Commons (Back Alley) on Tuesday, December 15, from 1:00-6:00 p.m. This public health event welcomes all individuals. Effective December 14, all South Dakotans are eligible to receive the H1N1 vaccine.

  • Premier Performance for Augustana Theatrical Society


    The Augustana College Theatrical Society, founded by Augustana students, makes its stage debut with Jean Paul Sartre’s No Exit December 11 and 12 in the Edith Mortenson Center’s Mary Harum Hart Acting Studio.

  • Augustana Professors Participating in P3 Exhibition


    Four Augustana professors are participating in P3 (Painters, Poets and Pavilion) 2009 at the Washington Pavilion. Twenty-five visual artists from the region have been paired with 25 regional poets to create collaborative artworks and poems for this exhibition.

  • CWS Exhibit features the photography of Les Voorhis

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    The images of award-winning photographer Les Voorhis will be on display in the Madsen, Nelson, and Elmen Galleries at the Center for Western Studies’ Fantle Building from December 3 through February 27.

  • Concert features Northlanders and All-City High School Jazz


    The Department of Performing & Visual Arts at Augustana College announces a high-energy concert. Featured are the Northlanders Jazz Band and the All-City High School Jazz Band with special guest trumpeter, Jeff Jarvis, a Yamaha Performing Artist.

  • Visiting Poet Served with the 101st Airborne in Vietnam

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    Augustana is hosting “An Evening of Poetry with Jim Fairhall” on Monday, November 23 , beginning at 7:00 p.m. Fairhall teaches modern literature at DePaul University in Chicago and is also director of the Irish Studies Program.