Newbery winner Russell Freedman will give the keynote lecture.
"The Anti-Jerry Springer Show" is one of six pieces Will Act For Change, a new student group, will perform.
Separate event also planned for those who care for the disabled.
If you've been planning to take off a few pounds before summer, this group may be able to help.
Fifty-eight individuals are willing to discuss issues ranging from chronic health issues to international living.
Six areas chosen for study are: Catholic identity and university mission, diversity, enrollment, faculty, finances and facilities, and technology.
Check "NewsNight Minnesota" at 7 p.m. tonight and Thursday.
Two UST faculty members created "The Journalist's Primer."
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).
UST's Cris Toffolo and Luther Seminary's Charles Amjad-Ali will speak.
FastTrac is a program designed to help entrepreneurs learn the skills to develop successful business ventures.
All members of the St. Thomas community -- especially students from all majors -- are encouraged to submit literary and artistic work. Deadline is March 1.
UST's Susan Windley-Daoust will lead the discussion at the Casa Guadalupana Catholic Worker.
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.
Celebrate Women's History Month! This free event features more than 30 workshops on women's issues, plus performances by local artists.
Juniors and seniors who have met the requirements should have received an invitation.
Measures include metal detectors and a coat-check room for book bags.
Her paintings are on display in Food for Thought at the Minneapolis campus.
Spring series starts Feb. 17 at St. Olaf Church in Minneapolis.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
Environmentalists, agriculturists, teachers, and business and health professionals are needed for overseas volunteer assignments.
Students can learn about health careers in a health professions lecture series, which starts Feb. 22.
Students who participate in the semester take classes at American University and intern in Washington, D.C.
A student intern will serve as chair and coordinate guest speakers on campus.
Looking for a spring-break trip?