Shooting on a new film begins this week in South Dakota's badlands. The movie is written and directed by Andrew Kightlinger, class of 2008.
Three members of Augustana’s track and field teams turned in All-America performances Saturday at the NCAA Division II meet in Charlotte, N.C. The Vikings also set three school records.
A message of optimism prevailed at the Sioux Falls Business Conference held Wednesday on the campus of Augustana College. More than 280 area business professionals attended the conference.
The Augustana Women's Rugby Club, a group of more than 25 students, finished their first complete season this spring with a successful record and passion for the physical, full-contact sport.
Kira Christensen talks about her teaching career and the national teaching award she received last fall. Christensen teaches math at Washington High School in Sioux Falls.
Strong efforts by its spring sports programs has propelled Augustana into the top five of the Division II Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings and runner-up in the NSIC—U.S. Bank All-Sports Award competition.
Dr. Martha Gregg, assistant professor of mathematics, has been accepted to attend a regional workshop designed to enhance the leadership capacity in our region's colleges and universities.
Proposals by Deb Hagemeier, Mikkelsen Library assistant director, and Peggy Kapusta, director of online communications, targeting digitized media will share the 2010 Granskou Award.
Kendra Gottsleben, an Augustana student with a rare metabolic disorder known as mucopolysaccharidosis, received her bachelor of arts in both sociology and psychology on Saturday.
Saturday was a special graduation for one Augustana student, in particular. Chris Johnson has cerebral palsy. On Saturday, he graduated from Augustana with a double major in English and French.