Do you like the blues? Would you like to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, or play the Game of Life?
Learn more about the Indian national holiday.
Civil Rights movement veterans urge students to continue the work.
Munir Sayegh '11 is traveling the globe to find new Ambrosians.
Local group raised funding for new campus chapter in a matter of minutes.
According to Mason, enhancing diversity on campus is a case of making a "great place" better.
"Twenty-two years ago I moved on to campus as a student," said Ryan Saddler.
Local NAACP chapter presents KALA-FM an Image Award
The St. Ambrose station was the first in the community to provide programming for African-American and Hispanic communities.
Read a transcript of Rev. King's 1965 Pacem in Terris Award Acceptance Speech
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An annual event sponsored by the student group Multicultural Affairs and Community Action (MACA).
A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer: Readings to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls.
March 28 | Grammy-nominated for the best blues album of 2012, this daughter of renowned Texas blues guitarist Johnny Copeland began making a splash of her own as a teenager. She's now hailed as the defacto Queen of Blues.
The World Relief benefit includes a silent auction, dinner and an international fashion show.