There is a tendency in most to believe that the St. Ambrose-Community relationship is a one-way affair. It is
true to an extent that our college life is dependent on the
town for a number of things.
The most notable would be recreation. Practically…
Above: The tower
the Davenport Bank and
Trust Co. looms high,
silhouetted against the
sun brightened Illinois
shore of the Mississippi
Left: Knights of Columbus Hall at 6th and
Main Sts. has been a
meeting place for…
Above: Looking toward
the northeast corner of
Second and Main Sts.
Right: The Davenport
Muny Art Gallery is
the site of several Art
classes taught by the
Faculty of St. Ambrose.
These classes are attended by townspeople
as well as by our College…
Left: East of the Levee
Parking area stands the
Draught House, a popular upperclass meeting-
place on the Davenport
waterfront. This spot
has become the central
gathering point for
areas to congregate
during holidays and
THE COLLEGE AND INTERNATIONAL LIFE
Over the years, St. Ambrose College has sponsored many enterprises which benefit the community in general as well as
the college in particular. One of the most successful of these
enterprises has been the faculty…
A question of recent importance, is that of the intellectual
unrest in communist countries. Former prime minister of
Hungary, Ferenc Nagy, spoke on "Communism and World
Revolution," as the representative…
The panorama of College life is reflected in the many divergent activities that flourish on the school campus. This section of the Oaks is our
attempt to capture a small part of
this spirit that pervades all the vigor
of this life.
Bill Graf shares a table in the main reading room of the Library with Mike Smith and Frank Broh.
...SERVES FACULTY & STUDENTS
Assistant librarian, Mrs. Genevieve Rehmann, checks for overdue check-out slips.