The six-week league for students, faculty and staff of all skill levels will run from Monday, March 26, through Friday, May 4.
Sy Huff of the Morning Show, KMOJ Radio, will lead a discussion on “Keeping the Legacy Alive” and the three evils Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. denounced: war, poverty and racism.
The two teams will clash on Thursday, March 29.
The MIAC champion Tommies take on Tufts University at 5:30 p.m. in Chicago in the NCAA playoffs.
This Women’s Studies breakfast event will examine “British Romantic Women Writers.”
A two-part dialogue, Rabbi Norman Cohen will lead the first discussion on March 14 and join law professor Susan Stabile and others for the second on March 28. Registration is needed for these luncheon events.
Help people in need: Place donations of nonperishable food items in collection boxes by Thursday, March 15. Cash or check donations are tax-deductible.
The tradition of a St. Joseph Altar arose from Sicily, where people prayed to St. Joseph for his intercession in relief from a famine.
Titled “Building Bridges to the Future,” the event will honor high school and college students, faculty and staff who exemplify the School of Law’s mission of social justice through community service.
The dance group Eclectic Edge Ensemble also will perform in the free concert, titled “Nourishing Bodies and Souls: An Exploration in Music and Movement.” A collection will be taken to benefit UNICEF.
Five UST faculty members will discuss the film following the showing. Pizza and wraps will be served.
Rich Hoeg from Honeywell will speak at the Digital Learning Forum’s monthly presentation on Monday, March 12. Participants can expect a live demo of the Yammer environment.
‘Nourish’ is the theme of the 33rd annual University of St. Thomas Sacred Arts Festival, which runs through the end of the month.
She will talk about her award-winning book, The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir, and lead a short discussion on education inside and outside the classroom.
Mass, Eucharistic adoration, confessions, an ecumenical Taizé prayer service and Benediction are all part of this day of recollection and worship.
Get a slip from a club member stationed at the door to present at the register, and Davanni’s will donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the St. Thomas club.
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.