William Campbell, PhD, lives the challenge he imparts to St. Ambrose music students: Explore your abilities. Test your talents. Stretch your boundaries.
Partnership with QC Astronomical Society offers opportunity to explore more.
After nearly nine years of service to the University, piano instructor Thea Engleson retired this past summer.
This newly formed club has seen many positive changes since last year, including increased membership and a plethora of new activities being offered.
In just the few short weeks she has been at St. Ambrose, first-year student Amber Cook is already immersing herself in the St. Ambrose Theatre scene.
This production of Gruesome Playground Injuries, produced by the Quad-Citiy Theatre Workshop, was directed by SAU alum Max Moline '17 and features professor Cory Johnson.
Melissa "Mel" Maylum is a senior majoring in theatre and public relations. She hails from Princeton, Iowa, and is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to theatre.
Awards given this fall by the colleges of Arts and Sciences and Health and Human Services included theatre alum Brian Hemesath '94.
This year, there will be 14 acts in total specially designed to show off the ability of SAU's fresh faces.
There is a lot that goes into a big musical that the audience does not get to see. Guest director Jay Edelnant, PhD gave an insight on how he created his image for this production.
Now that Dan Rairdin-Hale is back on campus, he's unveiling some of the process of creating the original show.
The SAU College of Business celebrated a ceremoninal groundbreaking for the expansion that is expected to be complete in fall 2020.
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