Drawings, graphic design and installation come alive in “A Kiel Mutschelknaus Retrospective: The Early Years,” a new exhibit featuring works by Kiel Mutschelknaus, a 2007 alumnus, at Augustana's Eide/Dalrymple Gallery.
The newest play by Augustana's Dr. Ivan Fuller follows a less-than-objective newsman, a passionate (and dead) poet and a sister who wants to bury the past. This haunting romantic tragedy, inspired by the life and work of Soviet Poet Olga Berggolts, runs January 13-16.
Behind a record-setting men’s cross country season, historic football run and strong finishes in other fall sports, Augustana is the only school in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) to be ranked in the top 25.
In honor of its 150th anniversary, Augustana is organizing a trip to Norway for alumni and friends. The trip is planned for June 2-12, 2011. Reservations must be made by Jan. 28, 2011.
Augustana's No. 6 slot in the final American Football Coaches Association poll ties the Vikings for their highest ranking in school history. Augustana finished the 2010 season 11-2 and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals
In a new report by the Sioux Falls Business Journal, Augustana College is listed among 25 local businesses that stand out. The report outlines how the College's efforts to develop relationships with area businesses translates to internship and career opportunities for students.
The Augustana Choir, whose ‘Song of Luke’ performance will be featured on South Dakota Public Television on Dec. 24 and 25, will perform concerts in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota during its 2011 Interim Tour.
Before they depart on a five-concert, 20-day tour of Egypt, members of the internationally-renowned Augustana Band will perform a special farewell concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 7, at the Brandon Valley Performing Arts Center.
Following Augustana's best football season in school history, Vikings head coach Mike Aldrich has been named one of five Division II finalists for the 2010 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award.
America is “Dying by Degrees” thanks to economic FUBARs in healthcare, Social Security and construction, according to Dr. Robert Wright, Nef Family chair of Political Economy at Augustana and director of the new Thomas Willing Institute for the Study of Financial Markets, Institutions, and Regulations.