As of September 15th, Augustana's radio station, KAUR (89.1 FM), will be broadcasting Minnesota Public Radio news and information. The College will continue to own the station while MPR will provide day-to-day programming, operations and maintenance.
Cyprian Consiglio, a Camaldolese monk, musician, and teacher, is bringing a “Universal Call to Contemplation” message to Augustana College September 13-17. “Compassionate and Wise” is the overall theme for Consiglio’s visit.
A large crowd gathered Tuesday, September 1, for the dedication of Kirkeby-Over Stadium, Augustana’s new $11 million football facility. Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony the crowd was invited to tour the 6,000-seat stadium.
Can't make the inaugural game at Kirkeby-Over Stadium on Saturday? Tune in to Midcontinent Communications to catch all the action, from kick-off to the final down. Check the Midcontinent site for channel information.
Augustana’s student and professional Residence Life staff learned a valuable lesson on Monday: how to save lives in the event of a fire. The group spent four hours preparing to deal with fire related emergencies as part of the College’s first Fire Safety Academy.
“The Augustana Coaches’ Show” debuts on ESPN-99.1 with host Jeff Fylling. The program originates live from Champps on Mondays between 5:00-6:00 p.m. and will be broadcast throughout the Vikings’ fall and winter seasons.
Saturday, September 5, will mark the first day of on-campus football at Augustana College since the 1956 season. To help celebrate the event and spread the excitement, the following advertisement is being aired on KELO-TV.
The Augustana Fund, the heart of the College’s annual giving program, surpassed its goal and celebrated a record year with $818,000 in total gifts for 2008-2009. The total raised is a 35% increase over the previous year.
Augustana College’s Department of Campus Safety and Sioux Falls Fire Rescue will host the inaugural Residence Life Fire Safety Academy, designed to prepare both student and professional residence life staff to address fire related emergencies.
Bob Hall is usually the one springing surprises, but Tuesday he was on the receiving end. Hall was greeted by a large contingent from the College and community unveiling of a bust bearing Hall’s likeness.