Dr. Gary Atkinson will speak Tuesday, Feb. 21, on "Why Some Don’t Believe in Moral Truth and Knowledge: A Very Bad Argument." Everyone is welcome.
This semesterlong discussion series meets every Thursday to bring a renewed focus to St. Thomas' commitment to the integration of knowledge across disciplines.
Seat reservations are recommended but not required.
Up to three graduating UST seniors will receive the annual full-tuition award for study in the graduate programs in theology, religious education or pastoral ministry.
Dr. Dave Brennan, Marketing, will speak on "Is Walmart’s Global Expansion Strategy at Odds with Its Domestic Strategy?"
The group, Soul Sisters, will be led by Molly Bird and Vanessa Walsh of Campus Ministry and will meet biweekly through May 11.
Tania Nunez, a Fulbright Spanish language teaching assistant at St. Thomas, will speak about her homeland at CultureLink Tea today. Tea and desserts will be provided.
National Scholars, Legal Professionals Will Discuss Sentence Commutations, Executive Pardon Power at Law Journal Symposium
The symposium will be held Friday, April 20, on the university's Minneapolis campus in the School of Law's Schulze Grand Atrium.
Students Today Leaders Forever invites students to an information sessions tonight and Thursday.
In addition to semester and yearlong programs, offerings available include June 2012 and J-Term 2013 programs.
Ohno, the most-decorated U.S. Winter Olympian in history, will speak in the new Woulfe Alumni Hall. Bring your St. Thomas ID for best seating.
Everyone is welcome; lunch will be provided.
Keynote speaker Bruce George, co-founder of HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, will be featured at this semiformal dinner extravaganza along with a fashion show and live entertainment. Everyone is welcome; buy tickets online.
The performance is sponsored by Student Diversity and Inclusion Services, formerly Multicultural Student Services.
Counseling and Psychological Services will celebrate the holiday today in Anderson Student Center with chocolate treats and healthy relationship tips for students.
The eight-team league will begin play on Sunday, Feb. 19.
Duane Bauer will be available in Opus Hall near the Bookstore and Public Safety.
The two groups will reward good recycling habits tomorrow.
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.
The event sports a casual, drop-in format with a light lunch provided.
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.