The Young Republicans is an organization for those
students who adhere to the philosophy and programs of
the Republican Party and are willing to actively support
and spread these ideas. For the first time at St. Ambrose,
the Y. R.…
William Gluba, president; Thomas
Rudnick, secretary, Richard Aubry,
treasurer, Dr. Matthew M. McMahon,
As a result of an effective membership campaign, the Young Democrats became the largest club on campus with over two…
Front row: Norm Krohicki, Dave Creadon, Jim Ruzeck, Frank Ortman, vice-president; Joe
Gallagher, treasurer. Back row: Ralph Merkel, Bud Martins, Dick Arnold, Ron Bohls, president;
Dennis Huyvaert, Jerry Noel.
"Moonshine" on the campus.
USNSA COORDINATING COUNCIL
The United States National Student Association is a confederation of college
student bodies which are associated to consider questions of mutual concern. It
is a non-profit, student-run,…
Bustling activity in the News office as staff editors supervise the work of reporters (l to r) Bill Vensel, John Schaffner, and Paul Sobanski.
Leadership, on the job training in
newspaper work, and experience working with people—these…
Backing up editor Mike Van de Kerckhove on this year's paper are: first row: Duane St. Germain, George Greene, Gene Dwiggins, Len
Cross, and Paul Sobanski. Second row: Jerry Quinn, Scrap O'Donnell, Greg Cusack, Kathy Mohr, Jim O'Connor, Ken Wolf,…
THE 1963 OAKS
College life is so full of varied experiences that an
Ambrosian could remember but a very small portion
of what he had experienced during a year at college.
That difficult class, that enjoyable professor, the game
with Loras, those…
William Wulff, Freshmen; Roslyn Hall, Mercy; Mary Kay Ely, Mercy; Robert Trusty, Senior;
David Baur, Athletics; Marilyn Regan, B.S.N.; George Luce, Fine Arts; Gerad Baur, Sophomore.
James Ryan, Junior editor; W.…
When a student thinks of college, he inevitably includes the social
as well as the academic life. Realistically they complement each
other. The social calendar provides opportunities for the student to temporarily divert his mind from…