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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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St. Ambrose’s Radio and Television Station Awards

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Sam Allen

Deere & Company Chair Will Address Class of 2019

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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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becky meissen

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

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. The SAU Security Office is actively investigating the graffiti incidents. A report on these incidents has been filed with the Davenport Police Department.

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