Founder of the “Show Me Campaign” to end poverty, Legend will speak and perform three songs here that evening.
Baer, former rector of St. John Vianney College Seminary here, will talk about what has happened to “the Lord’s Day.”
The program is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center. All are welcome to attend.
Martinka graduated from St. Thomas in 1950; he received the university’s Humanitarian Award in 1993 for his years of service to the poor in Guatemala and Mexico.
Professor Huetter will explain why this third dimension … the time for contemplation … keeps the soul of a university alive.
The program, which includes a stipend and graduate credits, begins in August.
Co-sponsored by more than a dozen Twin Cities organizations, the daylong event here brings together Muslim scholars and activists who will address misperceptions of Islamic traditions.
The survey is part of the five-year review of the university’s Shared Governance Plan.
Homeless as a teen, Bryant became a social entrepreneur whose work has been recognized by five U.S. presidents.
James Towey once led the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives and recently was named president of Ave Maria University.
This year’s forum, the 23rd, will attract 1,500 participants from 25 states.
The evening brings together the talents of St. Thomas musicians, an Israeili composer, a Holocaust survivor, and the St. Paul City Ballet. Admission to the St. Thomas-sponsored event is free for UST students.
Dr. Russell Hittinger will speak on “What St. Benedict Taught the Dark Ages: His and Ours.”
Dr. Wendy Wyatt and Dr. Marty Johnston will serve as the faculty co-chairs as we prepare for the 2013 reaccreditation visit.
The concert is sponsored by the Luxembourg American Cultural Society.
The annual event, which dates to the 1800s, affirms the university’s values as it honors its most exceptional members.
For a choral group, being selected to perform at the national convention is “like winning the World Series.” Listen to their “Down in the River” here.
The Seder will be led by Rabbi Amy Eilberg of the St. Thomas-St. John’s Center for Interfaith Learning.
Window panes were forcibly removed from two office doors late Saturday night.
An educator for more than 40 years, she was known widely for her work in the field of creativity.
The Moscow native has been performing, recording and winning awards in Russia, Europe and the United States.
Members of the St. Thomas community are invited to add their names to the list maintained by the Justice and Peace Studies Program.
One panelist is Yale’s Ted Malloch, author of Doing Virtuous Business. The book is the subject of an upcoming PBS program.