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The free program is part of the university’s Organ Artist Series.
President of C. Anderson Associates, she will share how faith, service and reason have been a part of her journey since graduating from St. Thomas.
Jewish, Christian and Muslim panelists will discuss the meaning of pilgrimages and what those from other faiths can learn from one another.
The evening includes food, prizes and a visit from a youngster who is treated at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Dr. Paul Gavrilyuk, Theology, will give a historical understanding of the soul; Dr. Adam Johnson, Bethel University, will speak on neuroscientific developments; and Dr. Thomas Sullivan will respond.
Everyone is invited to stop by the new BUSN200 Center in McNeely Hall for treats according to a schedule posted here.
Visit from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with the Peanuts gang in character and bring along a “great idea” related to a social justice issue to share with the Great Pumpkin.
The event will honor student-leader and faculty inductees for distinctive scholarship, leadership, involvement and character and also will celebrate ODK’s 20th anniversary at St. Thomas.
The weekly series features a professor from a different department each week giving a brief talk on his or her discipline, what attracted them to that discipline and why the UST community should care.
Colleges Against Cancer invites the campus community to support the cause and the volleyball team.
Bhala’s presentation will focus on agricultural tariffs and subsidies.
Wilkerson, who wrote the widely acclaimed The Warmth of Other Suns, will speak at St. Thomas Nov. 10 and 11.
The lecture is one of series presented by the Murphy Institute on what it means for humans to possess dignity.
The exhibition will be in the O’Shaughnessy Educational Center lobby gallery through Jan. 26.
You don’t need to have finished the book (or even have started it) to attend.
Flynn is a former chairman of KPMG International and is the St. Thomas 2011 Distinguished Alumnus.
A “rabbi in residence,” she co-founded an organization dedicated to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Students, faculty and staff of all denominations can gain inspiration from this meditation on All Saints Day, Nov. 1. Since lunch will be served, registration is required.
This year’s theme is “From Backpack to Briefcase: Bridging the Gap Between Success in Law School and Success in the Legal Profession” and will feature a networking reception followed by a panel of four speakers.