The Augustana Choir Prepares for Performance at Carnegie Hall

The Augustana Choir will perform in concert at New York's famed Carnegie Hall on Sunday, March 29, at 8:30 p.m. with 300 singers from around the country. We caught up with Dr. Paul Nesheim, director of the Choir, to learn more about this opportunity and for a sneak peak of the Choir rehearsing the Agnus Dei from Mozart’s Missa Brevis in C major, K.220.

Augustana Theatre Preparing for 'A Doll's House'

Depending on which actor you ask, the next Augustana Theatre production is either about a banker or a banker's wife. Augustana presents “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen Feb. 25 through March 1 in the Edith Mortenson Center Theatre.

Finalists for 2015 Peace Scholarship Announced

Augustana's Peace Scholars Selection Committee today announced the five finalists for the 2015 Peace Scholarship, a prestigious honor that features a seven-week study at the University of Oslo's International Summer School in Norway, June 15 through Aug. 1.

Augustana Writer-in-Residence Publishes Short Story Collection

“The Collector of Names,” is a new short story collection by Augustana’s Writer-in-Residence, Dr. Patrick Hicks. We caught up with Hicks, who serves as chair and associate professor of English, to learn more about the book.

Class of 2014 Grads: 99% Placement

According to a new study, 99 percent of recent Augustana grads seeking advanced study (graduate or professional) or employment related to their major or chosen field have achieved their goals.

Q&A: Seniors Interning Abroad

Seniors Sonia Haddy Sanyang and Christian Abera both took internships overseas during Interim this year. Hear how they landed these prestegious positions and their plans for the future.

Presenters, Authors Sought for 47th Annual Dakota Conference

The Center for Western Studies has issued a call for presenters and authors – including students – for the 47th annual Dakota Conference on the Northern Plains, to be held April 24-25. The theme for the 2015 Conference is “Where the West Begins? Geography, Identity, and Promise.”