After 25 years as an executive for multiple Fortune 500 companies, Kimberly Svoboda '90 concluded the need for transformative, bold leaders is constant, and she knew she could make it happen.
Janessa Calderon '16, '19 MOL was appointed executive director of The Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce that serves as a resource for hundreds of businesses throughout the region.
The creation of art, no matter its form, is often influenced by lived experience. For Murphy Garcia ’19 and Deone Danzy ’20, it was heavily laced with loss.
Lansing graduated from SAU with degrees in Theatre and Psychology, was a member of the academic Honors Program, and then went right into the Master of Arts in Theatre-Drama Therapy program at Kansas State University.
Fr. Thom will become pastor at nearby Sacred Heart Cathedral effective July 1, ending four years of service to his alma mater.
A graduate of St. Ambrose Univerisity's class of 2013, Stephanie (Seward) Brey is another talented student that our theatre department was lucky to have.
For 15 days in March, wine lovers can support several Quad Cities restaurants whose samplings have added flavor to previous Wine Festival Wine Tastings.
A busy season is underway with 25 of 29 sports currently practicing or competing.
Jessica emphasizes how fortunate she was to receive glimpses into multiple aspects of the theatre.