Are you ready for some shaving cream wiffleball?
Ó Doinn, an international student from Ireland, will talk about his homeland.
Do individuals need good intentions to act virtuously? Dr. Michael Winter will use the character of Huck from Mark Twain’s classic Adventures of Huckleberry Finn to find an answer.
Commonly referred to as SIFE, the club will host its first meeting of the fall semester today.
Among other activities, the club assists members in obtaining internships and permanent positions.
English Professor Elizabeth Wilkinson will give a presentation on Native American literature for the colloquium.
The fair will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the John P. Monahan Plaza.
Researchers in the Marketing Department at the Opus College of Business are conducting a study investigating factors that influence the movie-going experience.
All students are invited to this kick-off session to help plan events that give back to the university.
These Wednesday evening Masses offer quiet worship and reflection.
Learn about programs worldwide that are suitable for business majors.
Dr. Gary Anderson is a professor of Catholic theology and Old Testament. All are invited to his talk.
Close to 100 academic and special interest clubs and organizations will participate, offering myriad possibilities for getting involved on campus.
The first to find a cache wins movie tickets; others who find the cache can enter into a monthly drawing for a $50 gift card to the St. Thomas Bookstore. GPS units can be used free of charge.
A professor in the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, she will lecture on “Women on the Front Line: War, Trauma and Remorse.”
Participants will meet other first-year business majors and business program advisers at the game.
Take Back Your Lunch day was inspired by The Energy Project and its work in promoting healthy workplaces.
CEN is a free Web-based tool that helps connect the UST community with volunteer opportunities. The events tomorrow and Wednesday feature giveaways and an opportunity to learn about this new resource.
Erik’s Bike Shops employ up to 200 people in 18 store locations, 14 in Minnesota and four in Wisconsin.
He will lead the conversation on “Theology of the Family.” Everyone is welcome.