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KELO TV: Student Internship Enriched by Life Experiences

For the last six years, Augustana student Kendra Gottsleben has been getting enzyme treatments at Sanford Children's once a week. She's been given so much by the nurses and staff there, and now she says she's finally able to give back.

Norwegian Landscapes in Retrospect Exhibit

A photograph exhibit showing the landscape changes in Norway in the 19th and 20th centuries is on display at Augustana College.  The exhibit, located in the Morrison Commons Siverson Lounge, is free and open to the public.

Alumna Named President of Wyoming State Board of Nursing

Questioning certain decisions made by the board led Jennifer Zettl ('93) to apply for an open position in 2007. That same spirit of questioning everything is one of the reasons Zettl was elected board president earlier this month.

Augustana Booster Organization Gets New Name

Changing the name of its athletic fund-raising organization is the latest development in Augustana’s renewed institutional commitment to NCAA Division II.

Food Drive, Program Honors King and Obama

“From I Have a Dream to Yes we Can” is the theme of a weekend celebration at Augustana honoring the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. and the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.

Argus Leader: Augustana Alum to Speak at B'nai B'rith

Mel Antonen, an Augustana '79 alum, will be the guest speaker at the 43rd annual B'nai B'rith Sportsman of Year Banquet.  Antonen has been at USA Today for 22 years, primarily covering baseball.

Enrollment VP Gives Advice to Families on KELO TV

Private colleges everywhere are closely watching the numbers, to see just how the economy is impacting enrollment and enrollments nationwide are down. At Augustana College in Sioux Falls, the story's a little different.

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