Students in the Anthropology department's "Primitive Art" course turned pumpkins into art during an evening class earlier this week. The students carved the pumpkins to replicate primitive art (mask) designs. Learn more and view photos.
The thousands of Augustana alumni who returned home last weekend to celebrate Viking Days heard a major announcement from President Rob Oliver following Saturday night’s anniversary presentation of Viking Varieties at the Washington Pavilion. Learn more and view photos from the weekend.
The "Evening with Dr. Maya Angelou" set for Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the Elmen Center has been canceled. Representatives for Angelou said the renowned poet and writer is suffering from exhaustion and was advised by doctors to cancel the event.
When they signed up for an early-October field trip to the Black Hills, students in Dr. Craig Spencer's "Principles of Ecology" course were expecting to climb Harney Peak, study the wildlife in Custer State Park and hike through the Badlands. Mother Nature, however, had other plans.
Seniors Matthew Anderson and Amanda Strenge were crowned King and Queen of Viking Days 2013 at Coronation on Monday in the Elmen Center. View the full schedule for Viking Days 2013.
Students in Augustana Associate Professor Scott Parsons’ printmaking classes are participating in Iowa State University’s 12th annual steamroller printmaking event on Friday, Oct. 11. Eight Augustana College students will be printing three different designs.
Augustana ranks high in both academics and athletics in the 11th annual NCSA Athletic Recruiting Collegiate Power Rankings. The College is ranked eighth among NCAA Division II schools, No. 85 among 1,066 active NCAA member schools and is the only school listed in the overall top 100 from South Dakota.
“The Commandant of Lubizec,”a novel by Augustana Writer-in-Residence and Chair of the English and Journalism department Dr. Patrick Hicks, will be published by Steerforth/Random House in March 2014.
“Betting the Farm: Health Coverage, Behaviors and Concerns Among South Dakota Farmers,” a research article by Augustana senior Michael Dulitz (Webster, S.D.) will be featured in the October 2013 issue of South Dakota Medicine, the journal for the South Dakota State Medical Association.
Thirty students registered to vote this week at the voter registration drive organized by students from Dr. Emily Wanless' "American Presidency" class, along with student representatives from COUPS (Committee of Undergraduate Political Scientists), the Augustana College Republicans and the Augustana Democrats.