Do you like the blues? Would you like to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, or play the Game of Life?
Civil Rights movement veterans urge students to continue the work.
Two distinct chapters of a proud life of service came together when Jane Folwell endowed SAU's first academic chair.
Baecke Endowment for Humanities Lecturer Cornel West discusses the Race Matters project at St. Ambrose
Race Matters” is the title of the 2012 St. Ambrose University project series
Senior Marie Adams discusses her research interests concerning Saint Ambrose of Milan.
What do a viral YouTube video about Egypt's recent protests and SAU's Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow have in common?
Showing Feb. 18-20: Read a preview of the edgy docu-drama.
Guest lecturers addressed hot-button topics that provided much food for thought both in and out of Ambrose's classrooms and within the greater Quad Cities community.
In honor of Women's History Month
National environmental leader Robert Musil, PhD
Honoring Women's History Month.
Rev. Bud Grant leads the 2014 Wilber Symposium on the Christian Tradition and Non-Violence.
The Land Institute founder and president, Wes Jackson, delivers the 2014 Baecke Endowment for the Humanities lecture.