Duane Bauer will be available in Opus Hall near the Bookstore and Public Safety.
Students for Justice and Peace will host a “Do Something That Matters” event tonight.
Dr. Terence Nichols will lead the conversation at Wednesday’s TNL. Everyone is welcome.
The event is open to juniors and seniors only.
Committee members help increase student awareness of alumni programming and the importance of giving back to the university.
The scrambler consists of hash browns, green peppers, tomatoes, two over-easy eggs, a choice of sausage or ham, and a homemade hollandaise topping.
Submission deadline is Thursday, March 15.
The event teaches positive portrayals of children with mental health issues.
Hatha yoga classes will be held for students, faculty and staff from Feb. 13 through April 16.
The Center for Catholic Studies is hosting this lecture on Newman and the Oratory of St. Philip Neri.
The panel presentation, free and open to the public, will take place on Monday, Feb. 13; registration is not required.
The retreat begins on Feb. 21 (the day before Ash Wednesday) and continues on Tuesdays throughout Lent.
This semesterlong discussion series meets every Thursday to bring professors from different departments to speak on their disciplines and what attracted them to those fields.
Stop by one of the center’s tables around campus for a treat and to register for door prizes.
Tannen’s talk is the third at St. Thomas in an annual series intended to promote civil discourse.
The session is free.