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College memories—as well as lifelong friendships— tend to grow in the late-night quiet of a residence hall suite.

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Mike Holmes, a native Iowan with 20-plus years experience in coaching and six as a director of intercollegiate athletics, has been selected to lead the St. Ambrose University Athletics Department into the future.

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February 2019
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Lifeboat – a half-hour documentary about the harrowing journey of North African refugees and the people who risk their own lives to help them – will receive a special screening at the SAU Galvin Fine Arts Center at 7 p.m., Friday, March 1.

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Even though she's a self-declared "homebody," sophomore Kaitlin McNicholas decided to expand her worldview beyond the United States.

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Quad-Citians can learn more about the impact immigration policies and detention have on real families and ways they can advocate for social justice at the panel discussion, "Justice and Immigration: Catholic Responses to Detention."

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To help with decision-making during the 2020 caucuses, St. Ambrose University, the Quad-City Times, and the Quad-Cities Chamber of Commerce will once again host a series of panel interviews to help the public get to know the candidates.

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Two recent St. Ambrose University theatre alumni, Kayla Lansing '18 and Kelci Eaton '18, are putting their acquired skills from the "Ambrose Advantage" to use in graduate school.

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