An exhibit of images by Norwegian photographer Lars Westvig is on display from Oct. 10, 2014 - Feb. 21, 2015 in the Center for Western Studies.
Augustana will host "The Superhero Show" produced and run by LifeScape at the Edith Mortenson Theatre on Friday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m.
First-year student programming for the spring semester.
"A Winter’s Tale: Approaching the Unsayable" is set for Sunday, Feb. 1, and will feature Dr. Sandra Looney, professor of English, as the mistress of ceremonies for a program of literature and music.
The Augustana College cheer team will hold a basketball cheer clinic for ages 5-12 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, on Feb. 7, at the Elmen Center. Cost for the clinic is $35 per participant.
Join us for a Wednesday, Feb. 11, lunchtime primer on planned giving with Lowell Stortz '80, an expert in estate planning and charitable giving. Registration for the luncheon is required by Friday, Feb. 6.
"Slavery Then, Today, and Tomorrow," is a newly announced lecture series examining the economics, politics of slavery throughout history. The lectures are free and open to the public.
February's installment of Augustana's Third Sunday Archeology Program will feature speaker Dr. Timothy Schilling, National Park Service Archeologist for the Midwest Archeological Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, on the topic “The Cahokia Kingdom: Urbanism and Nation Building in the Midcontinent” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Gilbert Science Center Auditorium (GSC #100).
This spring's theme of the Augustana Academy for Seniors is "Celebrating South Dakota's 125th Year: Examining Written Communication in South Dakota." The companies of Argus Leader Media, Augustana College and South Dakota Magazine are represented.