Faculty and staff are invited; the registration deadline is May 20.
The annual contest was open to English majors who took an upper-level English class this past year.
The invitation-only religious ceremony is not open to the public.
The Selim Center for Learning in Later Years will pay tribute to retired founder and professor Dr. Mohamed Selim.
The spring “disputation” will be held here May 5.
For the second year, the university’s Special Olympics Club will seek pledges to not use the words "retard" or "retarded."
Here’s a link to join the Facebook group.
L.A. Times and NPR Film Critic Kenneth Turan to Speak Here April 21 as Part of Minnesota Public Radio Series
Minnesota Public Radio’s "movie maven" Stephanie Curtis will host the program and interview Turan about movie coverage.
Langan, associate dean for the past six years, will serve as interim dean until a replacement is named for Dr. Marisa Kelly.
The evening talk will be given by Dawson’s grandson, Julian Scott. A reception will be held here Wednesday afternoon.
One hundred Tommies will trade their beds for a cardboard box; they’ll set up camp for the night on the university’s lower quadrangle.
The lecture, part of the Ireland Memorial Lecture Series, will focus on Newman’s appointment as a cardinal.
Comedian-activist Azhar Usman to Keynote ‘Nonviolence in the Islamic Traditions’ Conference Here Saturday
Usman is the co-founder of the international Allah Made Me Funny-Official Muslim Comedy Tour.
The co-directors of the Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center will discuss the way art is used in the two traditions.
A St. Thomas student had a purse stolen from an unlocked apartment.
Connolly will read from 'All This and More' and 'Payments Due' as part of the university’s Library Week activities.
A St. Thomas and St. Paul Seminary alumnus who also received an honorary doctorate, Bullock served Catholics in three states over the course of five decades.
Rabbi Stephanie Ruskay, director for a Jewish service organization, will be the rabbi-in-residence April 11-14 at St. Thomas and St. John’s.
The featured speaker is a professor, author and international commentator, Dr. Muqtedar Khan of the University of Delaware.
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.