April 24 A Positively Ambrosian Day
Staff Assembly has set aside a day to celebrate the great things students, faculty and staff do with a Bee Positive outlook. Read about the positively selfless things our students are doing. Then see quotes and resources Ambrosians use to stay positive.
Coach Ray Gets Call to QC Sports Hall of Fame
Longtime basketball coach and athletic director Ray Shovlain will follow his former basketball coach Leo Kilfoy and Jim Fox, the AD he succeeded, into the QC Sports Hall of Fame on May 8. Read his story.
Dance Marathon A Rousing Success
SAU Dance Marathon organizers set an ambitious goal for their second event: increase their donation to the U of I Children's Hospital to $20,000. They made $48,000 instead. Watch this WHBF-TV report.
SAU's Bechen Helps Youngsters Drum Up Fun
Gene Bechen started with 'The Bucket Boys' at Jackson Elementary School in Davenport. Now, girls at Jackson at finding themselves with a bucket and drumsticks. Read this Quad-City Times story.
Student Gains Books for 'Poor Kids'
Helping students in impoverished Carbon Cliff, Ill., learn how to read wasn't enough for Camille Ponce. She won a grant to fill empty library shelves as well. Read about it.
Raise a Glass to Ambrosians
The Wine Festival helps eager students gain a St. Ambrose education. Join the May 18 Wine Tasting. Read about benefactors Dmitri and Kathy Papageorgiou.
Conference Bridges Bible, Just World
Theologians will discuss the Bible's relevance to modern social issues at the St. Ambrose Conference on Bible and Justice May 30-June 2. Read about it.
Marketing Club 'Bears' Down
Members of the new St. Ambrose Marketing Club got a look inside an NFL team's marketing plan during a trip to Chicago. Read about it.
Campus Rallies For Ailing Professor
The SAU community raised more than $3,000 to help Albert Chan as he recovers from a stroke. Watch this SAUtv video.
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What is the name of the student who worked with the homeless in Chicago last summer?
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Where did a group of traveling Ambrosians stop before moving on to Rome, where they witnessed the introduction of Pope Francis I on March 13?
Sophomore Theresa Diggs
Put me in, coach. This St. Ambrose baseball squad took the diamond almost a century ago. Check out that fielder's mitt in the second row. To see a larger image, click here.
Amy Hoover Jones '02
Amy Hoover Jones will be named the Young Professional of the Year on May 2, presented by the Network of Young Professionals of the Quad-Cities.
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