This year's forum, the 23rd, will attract 1,500 participants from 25 states.
Symphonic Wind Ensemble to Perform in World Premiere of ‘Light From the Yellow Star’ at the Ordway Monday
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 videos were first shown the St. Thomas Day celebration here Saturday evening.
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.
Some events, including a world premiere at the Ordway, are part of the Twin Cities interfaith art pARTners festival.
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.
Graham has been on the university’s social work faculty for the past 18 years.
Someone entered a student's residence and took a laptop computer.
Reid, author of 'The Healing of America,' will discuss his experiences covering health care and international issues.
Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, oh my: They’re here on campus tomorrow.
Learn about internship opportunities with these employers.
Attend this free luncheon event Tuesday.
Seminary’s Deborah Savage to Speak at Season’s Fourth ‘Faith and Work Breakfast’ Feb. 17 at St. Olaf
Savage will discuss "Women’s Work" and the challenge of achieving balance.
Offered by the university’s Leadership Academy, the seminar will be held here Feb. 18.
Sandel has been called "one of the most popular teachers in the world." His talk is the second in an annual series on civility and public discourse.
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