SAU Buzz

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.


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


St. Ambrose hosts social justice conference

St. Ambrose hosts social justice conference


Swimming and diving sees its second competition this season

St. Ambrose takes on Augustana University at home in their second competition of swimming and diving.


Local astronomers gather for star party

St. Ambrose University and the Quad Cities Astronomical Society teamed up to host multiple Star Parties.


Shovlian stepping down, will continue to coach

Ray Shovlian steps down from the athletic director position


Man dies in accident at Galvin

An outside contractor working above the stage in the Galvin Fine Arts Center at St. Ambrose University died Wednesday morning in a work-related accident.


The Library's New Digs: Recent Renovations and Plans for the Future

The library is being renovated.


Long weekend of football for Ambrose's fighting bees

St. Ambrose football players spend the whole weekend in St. Louis due to multiple weather delays. The coaches emphasized throughout the weekend how they weren't leaving St. Louis without a win and the players certainly responded.