Eugene Gienger, the only classical pianist from the Dakotas to have achieved an international reputation as a performer and master teacher, will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 3, in Kresge Recital Hall.
Featuring the internationally-renowned Augustana Band, "Journeys" will include works by Claude T. Smith, Rossano Galante and Julie Giroux. The concert includes performances by the Augustana Wind Ensemble and the Augustana College & Community Band.
Calling all ghosts, goblins and ghouls! The Augustana College & Community Orchestra will present “A Hauntcert” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Grab your costume and enjoy this family-friendly show.
During the month of October, the Augustana community raised more than $1,000, collected more than 1,400 food items and 3,049 pounds of groceries, rallied 475 volunteers and assembled more than 200 school kits for people in need.
Kim Hibma, a senior elementary and special education major from Worthington, Minn., was awarded the Augustana Covenant Award for Christian Faith. The award recognizes her work with area youth and Campus Outreach Ministries.
Starting quarterback and Watertown-native Josh Hanson has led the Vikings to an undefeated 6-0 record so far. But despite all the wins, it's a loss that could be playing the biggest role in Hanson's performance.
Sioux Falls educator Wade Helleson,’98, has received the prestigious Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award, a $25,000 honor. The Foundation grants 50 educator awards nationwide each year.
In an effort to raise money for breast cancer research and to help support victims, survivors and families, Augustana’s volleyball team is hosting a “Dig Pink” event during its match against NSU on Saturday, Oct. 23.
For the first time since 1953, Viking Varieties, Augustana's Homecoming talent show, will feature a father/daughter duo. Maren Jacobsen, a sophomore Music major, and her father, Todd Jacobsen, class of 1984, will perform “The Prayer.”