John Kaltner, the speaker, is a professor of Muslim-Christian relations at Rhodes College in Memphis. All are welcome.
Four faculty members … Don Briel, Charles Reid, Father Andrew Cozzens and Massimo Faggioli … have been busy these days.
The daylong program features writers, scholars, therapists and a keynote address by Dr. Brigittine French on “Anthropologists Look at the Irish Family.”
The 21st annual conference is sponsored by the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling and brings together authors, illustrators, students and teachers.
The forums this year are focusing on the challenges of religious freedom here and around the world. All are welcome.
Dr. Peter Schultz of Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., will give the next lecture in the “Generations and the Tradition of Art” series. All are welcome.
The lecture is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning; all are welcome.
The center is offering programs on history, theology, film, cooking, music and more.
December’s median prices continue to show gains over last year; momentum is expected to continue into 2013.
The housing market, in a slump since 2007, will have “unquestionably turned the corner” if current momentum continues through spring.
St. Thomas’ ongoing survey of 50 commercial real estate industry leaders found that the slight optimism in 2010 and 2011 has shifted to slight pessimism in the spring and fall of 2012.
Researchers say the inventory of available homes is the lowest in more than eight years. They examine why that is and why it could lead to changes in the Twin Cities real estate market.
The Hall of Fame, now in its third year, is a program of the Shenehon Center for Real Estate at St. Thomas.
Members of 15 area religious organizations will participate in two November programs that take aim at hunger in Minnesota.
The Opus College of Business event brings together noted experts to discuss the rapidly changing health care landscape.
The free event includes the lecture, a buffet lunch, and time for discussion afterward.
When Randy Thysse ’85 was growing up in the Minneapolis working-class suburb of Brooklyn Center, it was suggested that he learn a trade, like neighbors who were plumbers or glaziers, or maybe he could follow in his dad’s footsteps and learn carpet laying.
The trade he settled into, and which he never once considered while growing up, is sometimes called spycraft.
Funeral services for Monsignor James Lavin will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 21, in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. Archbishop John Nienstedt will celebrate the Mass of Christian Burial. Visitation is Thursday at O’Halloran and Murphy; a reception on campus will follow the funeral Friday.
According to a St. Thomas real estate index, the percentage of foreclosures and ‘short sales’ continues to decline thanks in part to lenders who are working harder to keep people in their homes.
The University of St. Thomas’ new Anderson Student Center has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The university in 2008 adopted a policy of pursuing green, sustainable and energy-efficient strategies for all new building projects; this marks the first time, however, that it submitted a building for LEED certification.
Barring serious external shocks to the economy, the second half of 2012 will test the durability of gains found in the Twin Cities housing market.
The video board will be ready for the first home game Sept. 8 and will be the largest in NCAA Division III.
The renovation’s first and second phases will conveniently cluster a host of student services on Murray-Herrick’s first floor.