When the Figge Art Museum opens in downtown Davenport later this summer, two SAU art faculty will have had a hand—and a brush—in drawing the first visitors to the facility.
The St. Ambrose family suffered an unusual number of losses in the past seven months, from beloved professors, both former and current, to leaders and dedicated supporters of the university.
Drinking Tea the Right Way—A Visit with our Fulbright Scholar in Korea
After learning that St. Ambrose was seeking stories from graduates who are World War II veterans documenting their war experiences, cousins Raymond Walton '48, recently deceased, and Joseph Walton '50, Bloomfield, Conn., supplied their stories.
While parents jockeyed cars into position in front of dorms, freshmen saw to easier tasks: signing release forms, getting student IDs, and picking up keys.
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.
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