• Augustana Library Associates Host Book Sale


    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’s Library Associates Host Book Sale

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    The eighth annual Books & More Sale will be held April 29-30 in the Center for Western Studies. A large selection of books, videos, CDs, DVDs, and more will be available, including books and videos for children.

  • Augustana Senior Art Show at Eide/Dalrymple Gallery


    Graduating art students present “Unity of Time and Space," exhibiting ceramics, sculptures, printmaking, paintings, drawings, photography, graphic design, and installations.

  • Sixth Annual Women's Walk


    The dollars raised for Augustana's women’s athletics by the sixth annual Augustana Women’s Walk on April 24 are awarded as academic scholarships for female student athletes.

  • Augustana Hosts 42nd Dakota Conference

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    Returning for 2010 to the multi-year theme of transportation, the 42nd Annual Dakota Conference on the Northern Plains will examine paths, trails, roads, and highways that crisscross the Northern Plains.

  • Augustana Theatre Season Concludes with Metamorphoses


    Augustana’s 2009-2010 theatre season concludes with the production of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses. The production is directed by Dr. Julia Bennett, who is retiring after 21 years.

  • College-Community Orchestra Concert Features Tchaikovsky

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    The College-Community Orchestra presents an all-Tchaikovsky program, I LIKE TCHAIK! Perhaps the most popular symphonic composer of all time, Tchaikovsky’s music appeals to people of all ages and backgrounds.

  • The Augustana Symposium Features Student Research

    The Augustana Symposium emulates a traditional academic conference, intended to foster the investigation and discussion of important matters. More than forty Augustana students will present their original research on any topic.

  • University of Iowa Professor to Speak on Digital Humanities

    Dr. Ed Folsom of the University of Iowa will provide the keynote address for the Augustana Symposium Saturday, April 17.  The address starts at 7:00 p.m. and is open to the public.

  • Akeda Conference


    Through Thursday, nationally-known scholars representing Jewish, Muslim, and Christian points of view will discuss the Old Testament story of Abraham and the sacrificial offering of his son Isaac.