As the associate director of public engagement at the White House, Erin Hannigan ’07 is welcoming citizens from across the United States to the White House as part of President Barack Obama’s Champions of Change series.
When Amy Hoover Jones ’02 got the call to be the alumni director at her alma mater, it was an easy choice to make.
Trivia Nights offer a warm place to socialize during the cold winter months. And Bee Happy Hour gets new summer date.
On a beautiful June afternoon, the St. Ambrose community gathered to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ordination of its beloved chaplain, Rev. Chuck Adam ’82. In his own words, Father Chuck reflects upon his life as a priest.
The former Orthopaedic Specialists Sports Complex (commonly known as the Brady Street Bubble), was purchased by St. Ambrose last March. A Name the Bubble contest on campus resulted in its new designation as The Ambrose Dome.
Over the summer, however, the lot shed its moniker for good. SAU’s physical plant executed a massive, $1.85 million improvement project, funded by the university, the City of Davenport, and the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship.
Katie Murphy '07 has been named CEO of the Galena Area Chamber of Commerce.
At St. Ambrose, Sarah Wurst '11 found that service to others was her calling.
Two Fighting Bee seniors will play with other select athletes from Division II and the NAIA.
Friends had said for months that Bob Jurevitz was hanging on to see his second son's final high school game.
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Join St. Ambrose alumni and friends for a great day of golf.
Featuring work of the late Fr. Edward Catich, world-renowned liturgical artist, calligrapher, painter and stone incisor, paired with contemporary artist Meredith Lynn
A night of stargazing at our rural observatory
Called “a legendary talent” by the late Vladimir Horowitz, Halim was Horowitz’s last pupil.
Featuring work of the late Fr. Edward Catich, world-renowned liturgical artist, calligrapher, painter and stone incisor paired with contemporary artist Meredith Lynn