Diing Ajak escaped the civil war in South Sudan
St. Ambrose supports one of the Quad Cities' biggest sporting events
Marc Heinzman '07 was appointed as the director of the Quad Cities zoo in June
Dilia Melendez made it to commencement day a month after being knocked from her wheelchair by a hit-and-run driver
With the first class planned for 2014, St. Ambrose will prepare students for a growing profession that offers excellent career opportunities.
Clare Kennedy became a health care provider after helping her parents through the system.
But volleyball team will see the bright side in a 33-3 season and a championship game that drew another record crowd to arena.
The dance team won the NAIA national title Friday in Florida, and the men's volleyball squad will try for two titles in just over a day when they vie for the NAIA national championship Saturday at 7 p.m. at Lee Lohman.
Study abroad trips extend SAU's international reach
St. Ambrose and the City of Davenport join forces in a $1.85 million stormwater management project.