Mass, Eucharistic adoration, confessions, an ecumenical Taizé prayer service and Benediction are all part of this day of recollection and worship.
Five St. Thomas students will be among the presenters, and two UST faculty members will moderate panels. The free event will conclude with a 5 p.m. reception and environmental fair.
All St. Thomas seniors are invited to attend.
Henrietta’s cells, taken without her permission, led to the polio vaccine, cancer treatments and a biotech industry. The son of the book’s heroine, David “Sonny” Lacks, will join the panel to give his personal insight.
On Tuesday, March 27, Norwegian scholar Dr. Inger Marie Okkenhaug will speak on “Refugees, Relief and the Restoration of a Nation: Norwegian Mission in the Armenian Republic, 1922-1925.”
Rabbi Sharon Brous’ March 13 lecture is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning. All are welcome.
Alumni Reflections is a series of alumni dialogues with students reflecting on how alumni have integrated faith, service and reason into their professional and personal lives. A light lunch will be served.
English instructor Gordon Grice will present “You Look Delicious: On Human Beings as Meal” on Friday, March 9,
This question and others will be addressed at the Philosophy Colloquium on Tuesday, March 6.
If you have not already had your senior picture taken, David Bank Studios will be on campus Thursday and Friday, March 1-2. Seniors can schedule a sitting on the Aquinas website, but walk-ups also are welcome.
In addition to a cooking demonstration, Body Image Awareness Week has announced the Prize Patrol’s first three button winners.
Shroud expert Russ Breault will give a presentation tomorrow on this much-examined artifact.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to read aloud from one of the books banned from Tucson Unified School District classrooms.
The classes start this afternoon and will run throughout spring semester with the exception of spring break and during finals.
Students are especially invited to the forum, which will be hosted March 1-3 by Augsburg College.
Rabbi Sharon Stiefel and Father Erich Rutten will lead this interfaith conversation. A free buffet lunch will be served.
This will be the Minnesota premiere of “The Pipe,” a film about a natural gas pipeline that sparked the most controversial environmental issue in recent Irish history.
Several professors, a licensed psychologist, a nurse practitioner and two UST students will interact with the audience to discuss “The Real Hunger Games” on Tuesday, Feb. 28.
The free program is part of the university’s Organ Artist Series.
“The Pirates of Penzance,” a rollicking operetta rich in music and comical paradox, will be performed at St. Catherine University on March 9-11.
Wear a button for a chance to win a prize, attend panel discussions and presentations by health experts and a cooking demonstration by Chef Kenneth Grogg, and get tips from Kristen of Nutritional Weight and Wellness.
The bus will leave at 6:30 p.m. Saturday from the Flynn Hall turnaround.
Professor Schiltz is co-founder of Catholic Legal Scholars and co-director of the Murphy Institute for Social Thought. The discussion series focuses on the integration of knowledge across disciplines.