Three Augustana students have received scholarships for the 2009-2010 academic year from The Image Enhancement Committee of the South Dakota CPA Society.
The artwork of Watertown, S.D., wildlife artist Joshua Spies will be displayed at the Center for Western Studies at Augustana College. His style is known as photo-realism—original acrylic and pencil drawings that look just like photographs.
Augustana students Kimberly Johnson (Sioux Falls) and Beth Singleton (Moorhead, MN) have been selected 2009 Peace Prize Forum Scholars. In August, Johnson and Singleton will be part of this select core of students traveling to Chiapas, Mexico.
The new Augustana College Viking logo and mask, as well as billboard images, were among the winners at the South Dakota Advertising Federation’s (SDAF) 43rd Annual ADDY Awards.
The official mascot since 1939, Ole the Viking came to life on Friday, February 20th. He was unveiled as the seven-foot symbol of Augustana athletics.
Kelli Meier, a senior from Glenville, Minn., has been named winner of the Augustana Covenant Award for Community. Covenant Awards recognize students who embody Augustana’s five core values.
Books, videos, CDs, cassette tapes and magazines, including books and videos for children, will be on sale during the Augustana Library Associates' seventh annual Books & More Sale April 29-30.
Augustana junior Russ Averin and faculty mentor Dr. Drew Alton's work from the past two summers has now been published in the most recent Physics Letters B journal by Elsevier Science.
Polaroid photographs and gelatin silver prints created by renowned artist Andy Warhol will be exhibited for the first time as a part of the “Highlights from the Carl Grupp Permanent Art Collection” exhibition, starting March 6.
Augustana fans have been seen poking their heads over the Elmen Center parking lot to get a glimpse of construction of Kirkeby-Over Stadium, the new on-campus football home for the Vikings, which will open its gates Sept. 5.