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.
The 10-minute massages will be given on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
Volunteers will assess the skills and personalities of inner city youth to match them with careers that may be best for them.
The discussion will be held Wednesday, July 27.
Three speakers will give presentations.
You can learn about software degree programs at St. Thomas, including the new B.A.-M.S. master’s track.
The inaugural event is being organized by St. Thomas Business 200 students.
Graduate music students who have recently completed their theses will give formal presentations of their research.
The “Bringing Plants to the Plate” discussion will be held Thursday at the UST Stewardship Garden.
Students from an Aquinas Scholars summer session honors seminar will discuss their research posters with the campus community on Wednesday, July 6.
The New York Times, in a review, described Enchanted April as a “pleasant … little story, with some neat phrasing and a genuine feeling for color and for beauty.”
The 60 hours of Eucharistic adoration is in honor of Pope Benedict XVI’s 60 years of priestly ministry.
The group’s final meeting with be held Wednesday, July 13.
Presentations are scheduled June 16, 18 and 25.
See the complete 2011-12 reading list.
Four of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s mysteries will be the discussion topic on Wednesday, June 8.