This first annual nine-week competition may be just what’s needed to get you up and moving during these blustery winter days.
The evening’s topic is “From Career to Calling: Strategies for Flourishing.”
Five theologians will give lectures on “Nicaea and Constantinople: A Confession of Faith, Witness and Source of Unity.” Open to the public; register online.
Set up a refund profile for the new TouchNet eBilling and ePayment system by Feb. 14 and be entered in the drawing.
UST students seeking off-campus housing and others who wish to rent will find many new helpful features on this Web site.
Nominations are due Friday, Feb. 19.
A confidential way to receive support from other members. Spring offerings include: Creating Positive Body Image, Strategies for Stress and Anxiety, and Relationships.
This will be the first window medallion in the library to honor a female author and the first to recognize a writer of color. Hurston was a ground-breaking essayist and fiction writer whose work broke barriers of race and gender.
Tousley, director of the Master of Science in Real Estate Program and the Shenehon Center for Real Estate, will talk about real estate investing.
These sessions will be held this week; the first one starts at noon today.
Harrison will talk about the impact of audiobooks on the field of literary studies.
The group will meet Wednesday, Feb. 24. Everyone is welcome.