This is a reprint of “Good News,” the weekly reflection written by Campus Ministry staff and students that is distributed at Sunday Masses at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
UST’s Susan Windley-Daoust will lead the discussion at the Casa Guadalupana Catholic Worker.
All members of the St. Thomas community — especially students from all majors — are encouraged to submit literary and artistic work. Deadline is March 1.
FastTrac is a program designed to help entrepreneurs learn the skills to develop successful business ventures.
UST’s Cris Toffolo and Luther Seminary’s Charles Amjad-Ali will speak.
UST, CSB-SJU compete in new “game” of heartfelt service. Donations, which will be given to Caring and Sharing Hands, can be brought to the party, traded for shuttle ride to Tommy-Johnnie basketball game, or brought to Morris Dees’ lecture (also that evening).
Two UST faculty members created “The Journalist’s Primer.”
Check “NewsNight Minnesota” at 7 p.m. tonight and Thursday.
Six areas chosen for study are: Catholic identity and university mission, diversity, enrollment, faculty, finances and facilities, and technology.
Looking for a spring-break trip?
Spring series starts Feb. 17 at St. Olaf Church in Minneapolis.
Measures include metal detectors and a coat-check room for book bags.
Friday is the deadline for academic year 2000-2001 applications.
Learn about careers in the arts in a Feb. 24 symposium.