St. Thomas is one of 10 colleges and universities with stops along the College Art Gallery Collborative Fall Art Tour Saturday, Oct. 8.
UAWE is open to all members of the university community who agree with its mission of support and advocacy for women.
All new and returning club members are encouraged to attend.
Journalists from 10 countries will discuss differences between journalism here and their home countries.
Be on the lookout for Up ’til Dawn on the Lawn this Thursday on the lower quad.
Dr. Nancy Thompson of St. Olaf College will present “The Restoration of the Bargello in 19th-Century Florence: Creating a Memory of the Middle Ages.”
The St. Thomas community is invited to drop by the first-floor foyer of Owens Science Hall to view the projects and talk to the student researchers.
The group will discuss gender issues in the Harry Potter series on Wednesday. Everyone is welcome; students especially are invited to participate.
Dr. Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, will offer perspectives to help organizations overcome today’s challenges and progress to the next level.
Each year St. Thomas students organize and host the auction for this local homeless shelter, which also helps fulfill their Business 200 requirement.
Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors will discuss “1508 to 2008: Re-envisioning the Literary History of America” along with a panel of four contributors.
Students can sign up for Journey in Faith Reflection online or “come and see” what the group is all about on Monday.
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.