Over the past several years, a number of trustees and friends of the university have taken foreign trips together. They generally focus on a specific educational purpose. They also foster a bond of friendship and deepen ties to our common purpose: the well-being of the University of St. Thomas.
The information session will be held at noon Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Room 124, O’Shaughnessy Science Hall.
Personal Counseling offers this opportunity for women to learn to accept their bodies and themselves through camaraderie and reflection.
Massage sign-ups start at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Campus Square; also, mark your calendar for a trip to the Global Market on Nov. 2. Shop for specialty groceries, ethnic food, art and jewelry.
Dr. Terry Nichols will lead discussion at Theology On Tap at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Koch Commons. Everyone is welcome; pizza will be served.
In September UST joined a partnership of 53 colleges and universities in Minnesota and Wisconsin to launch the consortium.
Prospective students are invited to meet students, faculty and staff, tour the building and learn about the school’s mission and program.
The talk here this evening by Dr. Janet Smith is part of the Ireland Memorial Lecture Series.
Andrea Riedle, of the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen (a former German concentration camp), will speak at 4 p.m. in the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center.
The concert, which features renowned pianist Michiko Otaki, begins at 7 p.m. in Brady Educational Center.
Generally considered Ireland’s foremost public intellectual, Kiberd will give a speech titled “What is My Nation? An Irish View of Politics and Literature.” It’s free.