To hear Glenn Brown tell it, everything happens for a reason. "I got my first job because of someone I knew at St. Ambrose," he says.
He makes house calls to a 102-year-old patient and believes that a good bedside manner is still a vital element of providing good health care.
Apparently one major construction project on campus wasn't enough to handle St. Ambrose's growth.
Priest, scholar, artist and teacher Fr. Edward Catich (1906 - 1979) left a legacy of artwork that, for over 30 years, has been patiently awaiting an audience while in storage at the Galvin Fine Arts Center.
Two of the Midwest's top Catholic colleges haven't competed in football for 20 years.
When asked how he prepares to play a role on stage, St. Ambrose theatre professor Michael Kennedy '60 chuckles and quotes Spencer Tracy: "Memorize the lines and don’t bump into the furniture."
Rogalski said that the Commencement Committee was discussing moving the spring ceremony to the Mark of the Quad Cities in Moline. He wanted to know how Erin, senior class president on the Student Government Association, thought students would react.
Now that insects are under professor Sarah Vordtriede's skin, one of her jobs is to ensure they don't get under other's skin