This is the second issue of Scene in which we continue to "unpack" our university's vision statement to explore the meaning and significance of each of its elements, so that we may understand this vision more wholly, and thus use it more purposefully to guide us in planning for the future.
As students in one class are learning, forgiveness must become a habit, a way of life, if we are to find lasting peace as individuals, as a society and as a world.
A gift by the late Rev. Joseph Kokjohn leaves a legacy entirely in keeping both with his lifelong dedication to St. Ambrose and the university’s core mission of working for social justice in the Catholic tradition.
Every person is just six degrees away from a Bee, and we can prove it.
With respect, personal attention and expecting their best, English professor Barbara Pitz empowers her students to go the distance.
For alumnus Troy Johnson, social responsibility is in the choices we make and the actions we take every single day.
Alumnus Chad Ellegood is sommelier and wine director at upscale Chicago restaurant TRU. He shares with Scene which wines delight and intrigue him most.
75 percent of our health sciences graduates went to work last year in underserved communities.