Nikki DeWitt '21 is rehearsing with The Rustic Mechanicals, a traveling Shakespeare theatre troupe based out of the Vintage Theatre Company in West Virginia.
The curtain lowers for three long-time Galvin and Theatre staff who will retire at the end of the Spring 2022 semester.
Former Theatre student and professor John Pomeroy '88, a native to the Quad Cities, started out his career here at St. Ambrose in the 1980s and helped shape our department into what it is today.
These are the self-submitted Class Notes for the Winter 2021 edition of Scene Magazine.
Kate (Scherbring) Johnson '08 is a manager in the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the University of Arizona Global Campus.
Michael Ohioze '17 ran the anchor leg of the men's 4x400 Olympics relay for his native Great Britain, an epic yet eerily quiet moment on the world stage.
John Foreman '85 and his wife, Christy, began beekeeping near their home in Nashville, Tennessee, eight years ago as a hobby. Today, they have a dozen hives which are home to a half million bees.
Alumni honor and call upon their SAU values and education as business owners.
Lessons learned at SAU lead former journalist Matt Veto '04 to successful teaching career.