Domitrz, author of Can I Kiss You?, speaks twice tomorrow. Today’s story includes university and community resources concerning sexual violence.
The center is located in Room 103, O’Shaughnessy Educational Center.
Dr. Anthony Esolen will speak on “Culture, What Culture?”
The event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required.
The club will host a booth at the Activities Fair on Sept. 20 and an information session will be held on Sept. 21. The tryout process starts on Sept. 22; there’s a spot for dancers of all skill levels.
Scholars from throughout the United States will participate.
Both teams will meet in the AARC.
The program is open to employees, students, family and friends of UST.
The Jawaahir Dance Company will present a one-of-a-kind artistic and educational program that showcases the artistry, beauty and drama of Middle Eastern dance.
Accounting students especially may be interested in learning about opportunities at this well-known audit, tax and advisory firm.
The exhibition will run through Oct. 21 and will feature several local artists.
The retreat is designed to deepen participants’ understanding of the basic elements of the Christian faith through the vehicle of the Apostles’ Creed.
In its second year of operation, the Stewardship Garden has donated several hundred pounds of produce to food shelves across the metro area.
The 38-year-old center has a new name and more seminars than ever.
The campus community is invited to the discussion, which will be held Wednesday, Aug. 31.
Regular food lines will reopen at 3:30 p.m.
The Mass will be celebrated at 12:10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15, in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Open to the public, the debate co-hosts are the university’s Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership and School of Law.
Learn about software degree programs at St. Thomas, including the M.S.-M.B.A. dual degree and the new B.A.-M.S. master’s track.
Dr. Carolyn Woo will give the 2011 Hesburgh Lecture at St. Thomas’ Minneapolis campus.