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Pope Francis' message resonates with Briar Cliff students

Sep 24, 2015

As Pope Francis became the first pontiff ever to address the U.S. Congress, Briar Cliff University students and faculty members who watched on a big screen at Meis Recital Hall on Thursday absorbed his message of caring.

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Briar Cliff part of Siouxland Coalition to fight human trafficking

Jul 23, 2015

“Human trafficking exists in Iowa, in Sioux City, and something needs to be done. It’s a hideous crime. It’s a moral crime. It’s a violent crime.” ...

BCU students, staff in stilettos take a stand on sexual assault

Apr 26, 2015

A college wrestler slipped his stockinged feet into gold sequined stilettos and pranced in place. Those would do. A friend heckled, “Sonny, be a man. Get some higher heels.” ...

VITA program provides crucial tax assistance for Siouxlanders

Feb 28, 2015

Linda Castillo paid almost $100 to get help preparing her income tax return a few years ago. Since that time, the Sioux City woman has twice gotten some much-needed free help. ...

Graduate students present at Midwest behavioral analysis conference

Nov 18, 2014

Briar Cliff University graduate students, in collaboration with faculty, were recently selected to present at the Midwest conference: Mid-American Association for Behavioral Analysis. ...

The "Ice Bucket Challenge" has Briar Cliff ties

Oct 13, 2014

What do the Ice Bucket Challenge and BCU’s social work program have in common? ...

Clare House offers compassion, life skills to women leaving prison

Oct 12, 2014

From its exterior, Clare Guest House looks like a well-kept older home in a nice, quiet neighborhood. ...

Students spend lunch with area nursing home residents

Oct 9, 2014

Seniors usually rule campus anyway — but that was especially the case over lunch hour at Briar Cliff! ...

Guest speaker examines human trafficking injustice

Oct 2, 2014

Commonly, human trafficking conjures the image of someone in the sex industry rather than a worker at a meat packing plant in Iowa, says Dr. Yvonne Zimmerman. ...

Conference raises human trafficking awareness in Siouxland

Jun 26, 2014

Human trafficking is closer to home than you think. On June 17, hundreds of Siouxlanders learned how to help put a stop to it. ...

Student plans on giving back to gang prevention program

Apr 1, 2014

When you're a kid, you should be worry-free, but that wasn't the case for Waylon Goodwin. ...

Accounting students crunch numbers for the greater good

Mar 4, 2014

Where some see a plain tax return, Mark Petersen visualizes something entirely different — a snapshot of someone else’s life. ...

Getting that job: Internet presence, clothes can make a difference

Feb 23, 2014

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — In today’s job market, putting your best self forward starts before walking through the door. ...

Students help build house — and their learning community

Oct 15, 2013


Briar Cliff Leading the Way in Autism Education

Jun 21, 2013

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Briar Cliff University is now offering an Applied Behavior Analysis program with an emphasis in the study of autism. ...

BCU to Host Workshops for Healthcare, Mental Health Professionals

Jun 6, 2013

Briar Cliff University will host two continuing education workshops for nurses, social workers and mental health professionals on Thursday, July 18, 2013, and Friday, July 19, 2013. ...

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