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May 19, 2017
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Two graduates of Augustana College will be the featured speakers during commencement weekend. 

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A graduate of Augustana College will deliver the commencement address next month. Monday the college announced Doctor Al Bowman will speak to the newest graduates on May 21st at the iWireless Center.

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  Augustana College has hired its next provost and vice president for academic affairs.

Finalists for one of the top jobs at Augustana College will come to campus for interviews this week. The first finalist for provost, or chief academic officer, will be Dr. Gail Summer, who will visit Monday. 

After finishing runner-up in the Division III postseason tournament, a player and the coach from the Augustana College men's basketball team have been honored. The website, D3hoops.com, has named guard Chrishawn Orange to its All-America fourth team, and chosen Grey Giovanine as national co-coach of the year.

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After a pair of wins over Wartburg and Hanover over the weekend, the Augustana College men's basketball team is headed to the NCAA Division III Final Four for the second time in three years.

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As an African American woman in corporate America, Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald says there were certain things she came to expect.

"One of the things I didn't expect was that people wouldn't know my name and that I would be referred to as 'the black girl in marketing,'" Fitzgerald says.

New Summer Theater Group

Feb 6, 2017

Students, community members, and professional actors will soon share a theater stage. On Sunday Augustana College announced the debut of the Mississippi Bend Players, a new summer theater troupe.

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"Like our nation as a whole, Augustana is made better by the contributions of immigrants." That's the message to the college from President Steve Bahls following the Trump Administration's order on Friday suspending all immigration from 7 countries for several months. 

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Crammed into every seat on their white coach bus, Augustana students and faculty made the 30-hour trip from the Mississippi River to the National Mall for the Women's March on Washington, D.C. 

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