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AMU Professor to teach two Biology classes in Nicaragua this summer

Thursday, April 12, 2012

AMU Professor, Thomas Smith, will teach two Biology classes (Natural History Field Studies and Environmental Science) in Nicaragua this summer from May 6 – June 7.  Both classes will fulfill the natural sciences core curriculum requirement for AMU students.

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Professor Michael Waldstein video featured on St Peter’s List blog-site

Thursday, April 12, 2012

In excerpts from a classroom lecture, Dr. Waldstein comments on  the importance of the Papal document Humanae Vitae in our understanding of the Theology of the Body.  

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Ave Maria is Growing

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Arthrex announces official ground-breaking for new $25 million light medical device manufacturing facility. 

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AMU Women's Basketball Player Emily Huber Bikes for Multiple Sclerosis

Friday, April 6, 2012

Emily Huber of the Ave Maria University women's basketball team will bike from Bar Harbor, Maine to Seattle, Washington this summer as a cyclist in the "Bike the U.S. for MS" 2012 tour.

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HHS Mandate Article in The Weekly Standard Quotes Jim Towey

Monday, March 19, 2012

On February 11, as the debate over the Obama administration’s rule forcing religious institutions to provide insurance for contraceptive and aborti-facient drugs to their employees was reaching fever pitch, a prominent American said:  

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Combined Choirs Sing to Benefit Local Agricultural Workers

Monday, March 19, 2012

The combined voices of over 120 singers, accompanied by a full professional orchestra and world-class pianist, John Robilette, will perform a Back to Beethoven: An Epic Journey program of 19th century masterworks in Naples and Fort Myers March 24-25.

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AMU Student Shares Pro-Life Perspective at UN Women’s Conference

Friday, March 16, 2012

AMU junior Isabel Avila offered one of the few pro-life perspectives last week at the UN's 56th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women.

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Dr. Burke Publishes Report on Cost of Bureaucratic Delay

Friday, March 16, 2012

AMU Assistant Professor of Economics, Dr. Joseph Burke, estimates the impact of one week of government-caused delay in the creation of a start-up business in Florida.

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Jim Towey in Washington Post article on Bishops' Fight Against Mandate

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Top U.S. Catholic bishops on Wednesday formally made their fight against a White House mandate for reproductive services the church’s top priority, saying “this struggle for religious freedom” demands their immediate attention.

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(Video clips) Jim Towey Takes the HHS Mandate Fight to Washington, DC

Friday, March 9, 2012

Jim Towey is in Washington, DC to make the case in person for Ave Maria University's principled stand against the HHS contraception/sterilization mandate. After taping a radio interview yesterday afternoon with AP Religion Editor Steve Coleman, he appeared on EWTN's The World Over, Live with Raymond Arroyo. Earlier this morning he was interviewed live on C-SPAN's Washington Journal, and ahead on today's schedule are interviews by FOX News Chief White House correspondent Ed Henry, World Magazine's Washington Bureau chief Lee Pitts, and Fox News contributor Judd Berger.

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