News from the Aurora University community

New Schingoethe exhibit explores modern approaches to art


An old tradition becomes interlaced with a new take on art in the Schingoethe Center exhibit “WOVEN: The Art of Contemporary Native Weaving” opening Tuesday, October 4 from 5–6:30 p.m. The exhibit features the work of 18 renowned indigenous artists who expand concepts of Native American art through their use of nontraditional materials and motifs, putting interesting twists on baskets, rugs, photographs and sculpture.

Krieger to present “Reflections of the Holocaust: A Personal Pursuit of a More Tolerant Society”

There are important lessons outside of the classroom that Oscar Krieger wants to share with the Aurora University community — and they have little to do with his physical education background. This Wednesday evening during the first Faculty Speaker Series event of the year, Krieger will discuss the issue of tolerance.

Sign up NOW to audition for theatre department’s fall, spring student productions


Auditions for the theatre department’s productions of Edgar Allen Poe’s gothic classic “The Fall of the House of Usher” and Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” are September 6 and 7.

Office of Financial Aid helps students receive an affordable education

The Office of Financial Aid is open year-round to answer questions and help students achieve their goals of an affordable education. Finding and applying for external scholarships is one way students can receive financial assistance.

Spartan Spotlight: 2014-2015 Women’s Soccer Team

The 2014-2015 Women’s Soccer Team was recognized as the recipient of the Jim Scott Award during the spring 2016 honors convocation. This was the eighth time the team has received the award.