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Art Exhibits | Events
man wearing luchadore mask

January 25 - April 16

Miriam Alarcón Avila interviewed real-life "luchadores" from all walks of life, then designed and made each person a customized mask that reflected their migratory struggle. Their stories and masks are featured in this photography exhibit.

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Art Exhibits | Events
painting

January 25 - April 16

Landscapes by Professor Emeritus of Biology Richard Legg, PhD

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
hand marking calendar

February 27

Join faculty and current business majors who will share what makes studying business at SAU so rewarding and inspiring.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
admissions event

February 27

Our Saturday On Campus Visit begins in the Admissions and Welcome Center and includes a campus tour as well as an informative presentation by Admissions and Financial Aid.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
admissions event

March 03

Quad Cities Student Visit Night is a chance to get to know SAU and explore what it means to become a world-changer, a devoted pursuer of truth, poised for the next challenge.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
admissions event

March 13

Our Saturday On Campus Visit begins in the Admissions and Welcome Center and includes a campus tour as well as an informative presentation by Admissions and Financial Aid.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
admissions event

March 21 - 21

Our Virtual Info Sessions allow future undergraduates to learn about St. Ambrose from wherever you are through an easy Webex video connection.

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Galvin Performances | Events
drama and comedy mask

March 24 - 28

Written by Josh Harmon and directed by senior Erika Seabloom

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Lectures & Film | Events
Changing Climates, from rising seas to societal needs

March 25

Rev. Bud Grant, PhD, Professor of Theology, will be presenting this Wilber Symposium on the Christian tradition and non-violence, "Non-violence and the Environment: Ecocide or Sustenance."

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