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Earlier this year, the university teamed with the Carnegie Dartlet organization to build a digital messaging strategy that can help the entire campus better explain "who" St. Ambrose is to prospective students.

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From internships to clinical partnerships, students find opportunities to connect their classroom learning to the real world.

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The 2019 SAU Day of Giving on April 23, named 500BEES2DAY, took charitable giving to another level this year with 513 gifts and raising nearly $40,000 in 24 hours.

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Beginning in Fall 2019, students can earn their bachelor's in Art History at SAU and seamlessly continue their education at Western Illinois University for a master's degree in Museum Studies.

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On April 24, more than 150 local and regional company representatives, students, faculty, and university leaders gathered at the Rogalski Center to highlight the rapid growth and strength of the SAU Business and Healthcare Sales program and thank those who helped give it a fast start.

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In May, members of the St. Ambrose University Symphonic band will make its first trek overseas in decades.

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The Computer and Information Sciences department asked students from all majors to determine how to communicate cybersecurity threats with a single symbol. Their designs were entries into the department's contest on cybersafety, Cybersafety in the Community, and were displayed at the Rogalski Center.

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Deere & Company Chair Sam Allen will speak at the SAU Commencement Ceremony May 11.

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The SAU radio and tv stations took home several awards, including first place for Sports Play-by-Play, for broadcasts made in 2018.

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Marketing students help market Bix on digital platforms.

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SAU PRISM Takes a Stand Against Hate Speech

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Rev. George McDaniel's fascinating April Spirit Day Message looks at the early beginnings of the SAU campus.

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With opening night approaching quickly, the cast and crew of Tartuffe have been hard at work preparing Moliere's comedy for the Quad Cities.

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The SAU Theatre Department is working on two more events before May, including Tartuffe from April 12-14 and the Senior Showcase on April 25. Yet, SAU students already have quite a few plans for continuing theatre over the summer.

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Several alumni were cast in a docudrama based on the Lane Theological Seminary Debates in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sons and Daughters of Thunder.

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In March, the SAU Theatre Department welcomed back alum Brian Hemesath '94, a multi-Emmy Award-winning and Broadway costume designer. He volunteered his time for a Q&A session and master class on costume design renderings.

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One of the April First-Year spotlights is shining on Rebecca "Becky" Meissen. While only a first-year student, Meissen has jumped right in, and our department is lucky to have her.

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Joe Lasher is finishing up his first year at St. Ambrose, and he has already left his mark. Lasher graduated from Davenport Central, where he was a star on the stage. He is currently majoring in Theatre and Music.

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Nyssa Wagner, from Evergreen Park, Ill., is the assistant stage manager for 'Tartuffe' and a work-study student in the Galvin Fine Arts Center scene shop.

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Ambrose alum Anthony Stratton '12 is a working actor who finds jobs both live on stage and captured in front of the camera.

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The St. Ambrose University community joined in solidarity in a Unity Walk organized by the Black Student Union in response to recent racist graffiti found on campus.

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