Volunteering in India afforded Molly the opportunity to be exposed to a culture vastly different than her own.
More than 600 students will help the Children's Miracle Network on April 5
Students from Dale Blesz's diversity class moved from classroom studies—to learning in a Chicago neighborhood.
The students met Newton Milton, a quadruple amputee.
Students and faculty of the Master of Occupational Therapy program cooked a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner for 150 refugees and immigrants.
Their town was devastated by tornadoes and St. Ambrose staff members stepped up to comfort them with homemade blankets.
After more than tripling their fundraising goal last year, the sky's the limit for this group.
Nearly 500 "Bees" swarmed the neighborhood, raking leaves and serving others.
Saturday Mornings With Fr. Chuck
Students polish public relations skills by serving QC program for at-risk teens.