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Transgender Rights in Jeoprady

Following Department of Health and Human Services Memo, many are worried that Transgender and other LGBTQ+ rights are at risk.

Diplomacy over decency: The curious case of Jamal Khashoggi

On Oct. 2, Khashoggi entered the Saudi consulate on Turkish soil to finalize his divorce from his ex-wife in order to marry his Turkish fiancée, Hatice Cengiz. Surveillance footage shows him walking into the consulate by himself at 1:14 P.M. local time, the last time he was seen alive.

The 100 season 5 Review

Season 5 Review of the TV Series "The 100"

Pop Culture U Brings Comic Con Experience to St. Ambrose

St. Ambrose had it's first Comic Con on October 20.

Zone 1 Parking Changes

Zone 1 parking has been extended to parts of the staff parking lot near the Rogalski Center & Lee Lohman Arena.

SAU Occupational Therapy Program receives accreditation

SAU Occupational Therapy Program receives accreditation

October Album Review

New music to be released during spooky season (October).

How does SAU handle accidents and emergencies?

On Sept. 26, Tim Cook, an outside contractor working at St. Ambrose University, lost his life in a fatal accident in Galvin Fine Arts Center, leaving many students, faculty and staff with questions and concerns in the days following the accident.

10 movies/shows perfect for Halloween

List of movies and shows on Netflix that are perfect for Halloween

Galvin sees summer renovations

Over the summer, the St. Ambrose University Theater Department received a $500,000 grant and began projects to update the space.