SAU vocal jazz group takes on the iconic Star Spangled Banner.
Brian Blevins '88 is a self-proclaimed lepidopterist.
"Learn as much you can about the craft of theatre while you're here," advises Curley.
What will she miss about St. Ambrose? Late night rehearsals, friendships, inside jokes, professors, the strength of a close cast —"everything."
Last year’s student body volunteered a staggering 79,587 hours during the academic year.
Mike McAleer '64 began his career with the Handicapped Development Center in 1970.
A $3.5 million addition to the Center for Health Sciences Education was blessed and dedicated.
Winner of the 2014 Sundance World Cinema Grand Jury Prize.
Award-winning musician Beth Wiese plays tuba with the New World Symphony and is an associate member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra.
Tailgating, a family carnival, concerts and juggling—everyone's bound to have a great time!
High school and transfer students: Spend the morning with us and imagine yourself as an Ambrosian!
They appear on stage without the music stands or formal dress of a classical group and talk to the audience like friends, illuminating their music, be it an original composition, a song by Radiohead, or a Bach arrangement.
Scene Magazine highlights the people and programs that are the essence of St. Ambrose's distinguished heritage of Catholic, values-based education.
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