Nourishing mother. That’s the meaning of the Latin alma mater. The term is used nowadays to refer to the college from which one graduated
Budding nurses, doctors and physical therapists will have the opportunity to try out these and other health care careers during the new Health Sciences Adventure Camp June 23–27, as St. Ambrose debuts its third summer science program for kids.
Once upon a time—although not necessarily the good ol’ days—Ambrose students and professors alike were free to smoke almost anywhere on campus: in their rooms and offices, the cafeteria and library, even the classroom, where ashtrays were standard issue along with chalk and erasers.
St. Ambrose computer science major David Bloom is making a name for himself as a glitch hunter
You might not know who Clifford Berryman is, but you’ve probably cuddled with his most famous creation.
Anyone over 40 can attest to the undesirable effect gravity has on the human body. Becky Lawrence, a second-year physical therapy student from Genoa, Ill., will tell you that in space, the absence of gravity has its disadvantages, as well.
"DB"—those are the letters on each St. Ambrose Fighting Bee’s helmet this season. They are the initials of Dave Behrle, an Army soldier from Tipton, Iowa who was killed in Iraq on May 19.
Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the men who gave the world such ice cream flavors as “Chunky Monkey®,” “Cherry Garcia®” and “Half Baked™,” will be on the St. Ambrose University campus to hand out free ice cream
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