Going beyond the icy experience, students got a glimpse of what it would be like to live with ALS.
A $3.5 million addition to the Center for Health Sciences Education was blessed and dedicated.
Urban Plunge service project gives newest Ambrosians a lasting introduction to service commitment
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The cohort of 17 students from India learned in the classroom—and out in the community.
Professor of Physical Therapy John Barr, PhD, and former camper Amber Work on "Paula Sands Live"
Selfies, our Fulbright Scholar, Father Gregory "G-Dog" Boyle—and the job outlook
Men donned women's shoes to draw attention to the issue of sexualized violence.
Youngsters from the SAU Children's Campus—and the Rock Island Center for Math and Science—enjoyed a special morning.
Students raised $132,400 for the Children's Miracle Network