His journey from skater counterculture to 18th century counter-revolution seems entirely logical.
When Sister Joan Lescinski was selected to follow Edward Rogalski as president of St. Ambrose, the oft-repeated phrase was how she’d have big shoes to fill, both literally and figuratively.
"Regret and anger will eat you like a cancer," says Bruce Beyer '88.
When St. Ambrose physical therapy professor Michael Puthoff tells his students a story, they sit "at the edge of their chairs."
As if it weren't bad enough that a mysterious decline in honeybees is threatening our nation's fruit, vegetable and flower crops and honey production, consider this: Many of these yield the ingredients that go into ice cream.
What is St. Ambrose's brand? The university has spent the past year developing the answer to this question via an institutional integrated marketing campaign.
Call Rev. Robert "Bud" Grant '80 at home and his voice will be only one of many sounds on the other end.
Darwin's theory of natural selection is like a recipe with three ingredients.