Lynn Nicholas will lecture on the gripping story of how some of Europe’s most important cultural treasures were sold, destroyed, or looted by the Nazis during their quest for world domination.
Performances on Oct. 15 in St. Mary’s Chapel at the St. Paul Seminary and Oct. 23 in Orchestra Hall are free.
Register online or by telephone.
Those who to preregister will receive a Wellness 5K T-shirt.
Today’s guest speaker is Dr. Keith Kuwata, a chemist on the faculty at Macalester College.
Quilici was invited to talk at the event on Oct. 28 for his Twins memories and his longtime commitment to youth. A silent auction, buffet and music will precede his presentation. Registration is required.
The Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy launches the series Oct. 13 at the School of Law.
Dr. Rebecca Pulju ’97, assistant professor of history at Kent State University, will present “The Good Buyer: Women, Consumption, and the Making of Postwar France.”
A member of the Super Bowl champion 2007 Indianapolis Colts, Ben Utecht will speak this Sunday on being a student-athlete in college and will share how his faith has affected his professional career as an athlete and music artist.
Liz Mach will talk about her experiences delivering babies, treating victims of bomb blasts, caring for AIDS orphans, helping to build a medical school – and the many blessings and trials she has faced.
Orientation sessions are scheduled next week for both the Life Fitness machines and the Free Motion machines.
Professor Abdulwahib Qalinle, who teaches Islamic law at the University of Minnesota, is the guest speaker.
Candace Chou, UST School of Education, and Björn Stansvik from MentorMate will speak at the Digital Learning Forum on Monday, Oct. 10. The event is free; registration is not required.
The award-winning journalist is a Minnesota native who joined National Public Radio in 2002.
Cheer for the seminarians as the St. John Vianney Jaxx and the St. Paul Seminary Sons of Thunder compete in this 12th annual event on Saturday, Oct. 8.
Many hands make light work; friends and family are welcome helpers on Saturday, Oct. 8.
Called a “game changer in the global-warming arena,” Alley hosted the PBS special, “Earth: The Operator’s Manual.”
UAWE is open to all members of the St. Thomas community who agree with its mission of support and advocacy for women.
Students will learn about the company and potential internship and career opportunities.
Presenters will discuss UST’s LEED Silver certification, the BWCA Pagami Creek Fire, red worm composting, and reflections on the Stewardship Garden.
St. Francis of Assisi’s feast day on Oct. 4 is the inspiration for activities this week’s to celebrate UST community accomplishments in protecting “Mother Earth.” St. Francis is the patron saint of the environment.
This marks the first lecture in MPR’s annual Broadcast Journalist Series