St. Thomas thanked Lee and Penny Anderson, whose generosity helped make the popular new complex possible, at dedication ceremonies yesterday. The facility has averaged 1,000 visits per day since it opened Sept. 1.
Cardinal Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, will discuss “Caritas in Veritate: Good News for Society.”
In light of recent national and local events, Father John Malone, vice president for mission, affirms the university’s support of all GLBT students.
Henrietta died last evening; she was a lifelong supporter of St. Catherine, St. Thomas and Catholic education.
The officers will receive a “Chief’s Award” from the St. Paul Police Department at a ceremony Thursday.
Winninger also will speak Oct. 21 at a Faith and Work lunch, something new in the 16 years of the series.
The classes will be held in the aerobic studio of the new Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex.
Vern was a business and community leader who taught at the Gainey Center’s MBA program.
Dr. Barbara Shank accepted the medal at a Washington, D.C., ceremony.
Dr. Lisa Schirch, a professor of peacebuilding, will join St. Thomas political science, peace studies and ROTC students in a program here Monday afternoon.
The student was listed in fair condition yesterday; the driver was arrested on suspicion of DWI.
You have until midnight to apply.
Debra’s son, Josh, is a May St. Thomas graduate.
There were no dramatic enrollment swings in any direction, but the large freshman class gave a boost to already positive numbers.
Nationally known scholars will share their interpretations of the scope and use of the president’s constitutional powers.
Dr. Lisa Schirch of Eastern Mennonite University will visit St. Thomas and speak at House of Hope Oct. 10-13.
Weigel’s 19 books include the acclaimed Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II.
A temporary pond appeared on the doorstep of the Frank Gehry house being reassembled at St. Thomas’ Gainey Center.
Journalists from 10 countries will discuss differences between journalism here and their home countries.
The Center for Interfaith Learning at St. Thomas is a co-sponsor of the October programs at Hamline University.
Two St. Thomas centers are among the sponsors of the Sept. 28 service.