A St. Catherine University student reported that she was assaulted by three men while walking on River Road near the Ford plant Sunday.
Local women business leaders will mentor middle- and high-school girls in business and finance.
The grand spiral staircase at the center of the Anderson Student Center will serve as the main artery carrying students, faculty and staff – the lifeblood of St. Thomas
Type designer Kent Lew will present on April 14 at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
Public reading is at 7:30 p.m. April 15, John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts auditorium.
Faculty from St. Thomas, along with other ACTC schools, will speak at the event, held at Augsburg College’s Christensen Center.
St. Thomas’ best student musicians will perform in front of a seasoned professional 30-piece orchestra.
Anderson is president of Minneapolis-based Cinemotion, LLC.
“Before Bach’s Birthday Bash” will feature solo and ensemble music played by representatives of the Bach Society of Minnesota, the Lyra Baroque Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, along with seminary music director David Jenkins and other Twin Cities organists.
O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center and Center for Irish Studies will co-host their annual St. Patrick’s Day Open House Thursday, March 17.
Sister Carol Keehan, D.C., St. Thomas Trustee and president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association, will be the next speaker in the University of St. Thomas Alumni Association’s First Friday Speaker Series at noon Friday, April 1, at Nicollet Island Pavillion, 40 Power St., near downtown Minneapolis. Keehan is the ninth president and chief [...]
The performance is part of the Sacred Arts Festival and will begin at 7 p.m. in the Brady Educational Center auditorium.
The work of six photographers will be featured in the OEC lobby gallery.
Programs kick off on March 4 and aim to help build a socially and intellectually conscious community.
“Sacred Waters” is the theme of this year’s 32nd annual festival.
The spring St. Thomas Law Journal Symposium will be held in the School of Law’s Schulze Grand Atrium.
The symposium will focus on the impact of parental incarceration on children.