The group, sponsored by Diversity Initiatives and Personal Counseling, provides a forum for gay, lesbian or bisexual students to meet with each other to share experiences and concerns.
College seniors and graduates who intend to teach American history, government or social studies in secondary schools are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
A service and tree dedication will honor Byrne, who died in July.
Forum will begin with “Tunnel of Oppression”; Clyde Bellecourt to discuss “The Spirit of the Word.”
All are invited to join in celebrating Mass and in the blessing of the symbolic Jubilee Door.
Come hear him at lunchtime.
If you haven’t taken care of these, your registration will be delayed.
“Re: Defining Women — The View From Midlife” will be held Sept. 16, 2000, at the College of St. Catherine.
Eleven reviewers will meet with administrators and faculty on the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses, starting today.
Dr. Susan Alexander will discuss international rules concerning labor conditions and Dr. Seehwa Cho will present research on labor activism in South Korea.