In this week’s Acts of Kindness blog, Meghan Karels talks about her experiences giving away flashlights during World Kindness Week. The blog is part of the of AOK campaign, designed to inspire acts of kindness, great and small, in the UST community.
Visitation is tomorrow and the funeral, Thursday.
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“Hedda” is sometimes called a “female Hamlet.” Don’t miss this opportunity to see a masterpiece of the modern stage.
Bring your lunch and then sit back and enjoy.
Part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series, the talk will be held Thursday, Nov. 19.
The new “social host” ordinance – which St. Thomas publicly supported – makes it a misdemeanor to host a party where steps aren’t taken to prevent minors from possessing or drinking alcohol.
The celebration will feature a performance by the Native Pride Dancers, who have entertained and educated audiences across the globe.
Ask questions, tour the UST School of Law building and talk with current law students.
The Nov. 11 event will include food from the Holy Land Restaurant, program updates, tips and advice, and a musical show.
Complete an online survey about your entertainment choices, and be entered in a drawing for a $100 Target gift card.
Cor Jesu, a monthly evening of worship, will join Borromeo Weekend 40-hour devotions following Mass at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Thinking about helping out on a VISION or study-abroad trip? Find the most recent policies for participation, compensation and leave on the Human Resources Department Web site.
The symposium, free and open to the public, will bring together scholars to debate and analyze various constitutional and philosophical issues surrounding evolutionism and intelligent design, particularly as they affect U.S. public schools.
The Jeremiah Program, an 11-year-old Twin Cities organization, provides safe, affordable housing and support to low-income single mothers and their children.