In India women are taken to live apart from society following the deaths of their husbands. Sprinkled with humor in the midst of problems, the film follows three widows who dared to rebel.
Founder of the “Show Me Campaign” to end poverty, Legend will speak and perform three songs here that evening.
Registrations are due Friday to hear the keynote address of this renowned civil rights attorney Alvin J. Bronstein at “The Quest for Diversity: Continuing the March for Civil Rights.”
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The program is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center. All are welcome to attend.
Program directors will be on hand to answer questions.
The St. Thomas School of Law’s Multicultural Affairs Committee is sponsoring this presentation on community-building by leading expert Dr. Edgar Cahn.
Four professionals will discuss how they began their careers after graduating with an English major and share the challenges, opportunities and surprises they encountered along the way.
Professor Huetter will explain why this third dimension … the time for contemplation … keeps the soul of a university alive.
Co-sponsored by more than a dozen Twin Cities organizations, the daylong event here brings together Muslim scholars and activists who will address misperceptions of Islamic traditions.
Julia Risser, Art History, will discuss “Challenges and Opportunities for Fiber Artists in Asmat, Papua, Indonesia.”
The event will be held April 6, to prepare for Collins’ lecture, “Still Brave? Black Feminism and Social Justice,” on April 7. The first 15 people to register will receive a free copy of the book.
Homeless as a teen, Bryant became a social entrepreneur whose work has been recognized by five U.S. presidents.
James Towey once led the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives and recently was named president of Ave Maria University.
This is the group’s second meeting focused on planning.
Distinguished panelists will discuss “Europe and the United States – Toward the Future.” The event is free and open to the public.
Following the movie, a panel of education leaders will share their reactions and discuss educational successes and challenges in the Twin Cities.
A Q-and-A session with the film’s creator, Paul-Michael Carr, and members of the 2011 J-Term Venezuelan VISION team will follow the showing.
This provocative first novel by Kathryn Stockett examines race relations in Jackson, Miss., in the early 1960s.
The campus community as well as the public are invited to participate March 28-May 9.
The Twin Cities community is invited to attend this show, on the Minneapolis campus, which welcomes spring.
Proceeds from the Saturday, April 16, event will help support the Young Alumni Scholarship, which goes to a senior every year.
All UST undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni are eligible to participate in teams of four. The winning team will play St. John’s University on March 30 at the Target Center.