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The finish line often seemed a long way away for Shaquille Jones, a formerly homeless Chicago teen who came to St. Ambrose in 2013 to get the college education his late grandmother constantly told him was his ticket out of poverty.

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Director of Library will speak to graduating class at Winter Commencement on Dec. 16.

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Final Exams Week


DECEMBER 11-15

December 2017
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The finish line often seemed a long way away for Shaquille Jones, a formerly homeless Chicago teen who came to St. Ambrose in 2013 to get the college education his late grandmother constantly told him was his ticket out of poverty.

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Joes Lara

Jose Lara is setting an example for his children. Donald Harvey is blazing a trail for his twin. Both are among 14 military veterans who will receive St. Ambrose degrees in Saturday at the RiverCenter in Davenport.

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The new Wellness and Recreation Center is the largest capital construction project in the history of St. Ambrose University. Here are some project facts:

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As 2017 winds down, it would seem that the Doctor of Business Administration Department at St. Ambrose really wound up this semester. Many students, alumni, and faculty enjoyed strong accomplishments throughout the year.

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Students love the new facility. Be a part of something big and help us reach our goal! Check out our WRC cam and learn more about the campaign.

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With the competition quickly approaching, preparations for this year's festival are in full swing!

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Every year, the St. Ambrose Theatre Department offers a directing class for which the final is directing a one-act play.

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Directed by St. Ambrose Alumna Kimberly Kurtenbach, this production was met with cheers and laughs from thousands of excited children from various schools in the area.

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Current acting professor Dr. Cory Johnson and theatre Professor Emeritus Michael Kennedy recently finished acting in "It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play," at the Black Box Theatre in Moline.

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