For the former St. Ambrose professors Scene recently interviewed, life is anything but dull.
The meadow appeared unexpectedly out of the narrow and tree-thick valley we'd been hiking up all day
Behind every graduating Ambrosian stands the people who truly made it all possible: the family and friends who always believe in you and your dreams. Here's how some of spring graduates said they'd thank mom and dad.
When construction began on Bechtel Hall last winter, some questioned whether it would be large enough to handle the number of students wishing to live on campus
The band onstage at the Starlight Ballroom in Davenport had it going on: hot vocals and rocking instrumentals as they segued from the Eagles to the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Sheryl Crow.
Ray Shovlain clears his throat and looks out the window of his office while he searches for the right answer.
On Oct. 8, the St. Ambrose University Board of Directors announced that the recently completed 64,000-square-foot university center on campus has been named for sitting president Edward Rogalski and his wife, Bobbi.
I graduated from St. Ambrose in 1950 and remember having many World War II veterans like myself in our class.