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."
Take Back Your Lunch day was inspired by The Energy Project and its work in promoting healthy workplaces.
Participants will meet other first-year business majors and business program advisers at the game.
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.
The university's community garden will provide fresh produce for the food demo.
The Weight Watchers at Work program will host a free informational open house on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
David Wirtschafter is a visiting rabbi who feels that "religion and science can be complementary influences." The "lunch and learn" is free.
Jewelry and accessories also can be purchased online as part of the fundraiser.
The series also will present "King Corn" in October and "The End of the Line" in November.
The Luann Dummer Center for Women and Students for Justice and Peace welcomes everyone to this lecture on Sept. 21.
Sign up by Monday, Sept. 26, in the MSS office.
This annual event starts at 11:30 a.m.
Pick up a treat and register for door prizes.
The speakers, School of Law graduates Barbara Brekke ’05 J.D., Johanna Clyborne ’05 J.D. and Rebecca Ribich ’05 J.D., are founding partners of the law firm Brekke, Clyborne & Ribich, L.L.C.
Domitrz, author of Can I Kiss You?, speaks twice tomorrow. Today's story includes university and community resources concerning sexual violence.
Enjoy a root beer float while learning about the Dance Club.
The center is located in Room 103, O'Shaughnessy Educational Center.
Dr. Anthony Esolen will speak on "Culture, What Culture?"