The recital will be held in St. Mary's Chapel on the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity campus.
Cardinal Peter Turkson, who is drafting a papal encyclical on the environment, will participate in the Nov. 5-7 event.
Celebrate sUSTainability Week returns to campus starting Oct. 6 with a wide range of awareness-raising events around campus.
The panel will include historians, political scientists and a former State Department diplomat.
The name sums it up: it’s at noon, it’s about art and it’s about music. It’s always fun and all are welcome.
Timothy White is a professor of political science at Xavier University in Cincinnati.
Branch, who wrote about the life and death of hockey player Derek Boogaard, is the first of three speakers this fall in the Minnesota Public Radio News Broadcast Journalist Series.
Nine presenters in the field of education, including one fifth grader, will deliver their six-minute talks at St. Thomas’ first TEDx event. Registration starts Thursday.
Dr. David Lubin's lecture about efforts to repair World War I facial wounds is the first in a series of four on how war and peace have influenced society’s art and architecture.
The workshop will feature interfaith expert Mary Boys and is co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ and St. John’s Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
Hundreds of expected participants will form the letters “UST” and join in a mass ice-water “wave” on the plaza outside Anderson Student Center.
Welcome Week will include the traditional March Through the Arches as well as picnics, interfaith blessings, the President’s Opening Convocation and an Opening Mass and Reception.
The center has been offering its popular short courses, luncheons and other programs since 1973.
Save the date. Hundreds of participants are expected to dump ice water on their heads that afternoon to raise awareness, and money, for ALS research.
Six graduate students will present their research at the May 23 event.
A celebration to thank more than 90 retiring employees for their years of service to St. Thomas will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, May 22, in Woulfe Alumni Hall.
This will be the first time the six-movement “Espana,” originally composed for piano, will be performed on guitar.
Haynes, a 1970 St. Thomas graduate, will discuss “Social Mobility for Diverse Communities” at the 17th annual Julian Parker Lecture and receive an honorary degree.
The Friday evening program celebrates the release of the band’s new train-song album, “Great Northern Railroad.”
The book-signing is at noon on Wednesday, May 7. Author Patricia Hampl says “Rogers gives us a tour not of death in his visits to graveyards, but of living history.”
Block is the last of four speakers in this season’s Minnesota Public Radio News Broadcast Journalist Series.
Timoner is associate rabbi at Leo Baeck Temple in Los Angeles, where her focus is on social justice, spiritual life and lifelong learning.
James Callahan and David Jenkins will be performing on the university’s Gabriel Kney pipe organ.
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The afternoon and evening programs are part of the university’s “Higher Calling Series” and will be held on St. Thomas’ Minneapolis campus.
Dawes will draw upon his experiences interviewing war criminals to talk about the nature of evil.