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Up Front: Changemakers for the Common Good
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Published Opinion: A Case for Cuba
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Bridget Nelson Roasts These Films Just for You
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Looking for a Summer (Long) Reading List?
This reading list dates to 1991.
Women’s Center Book Club Invites Campus Community to Discuss “The Enchanted April”
See the complete 2011-12 reading list.
Great Books Reading Group to Discuss Sherlock Holmes Mysteries
Four of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's mysteries will be the discussion topic on Wednesday, June 8.
Child Development Center Presents Children’s art Exhibit
The exhibit, created by infants, toddlers and preschool children, features both individual and collaborative pieces.
‘Zappa Goes to College’ at Symposium Sunday
Register online for this symposium of performances and discussions about the music of Frank Zappa, which will be held at the Brady Educational Center.
Videography Students Present Music Videos Wednesday
This annual showing will be held in the O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium.
Women’s Center Book Club to Discuss Erin Hart’s “Lake of Sorrows” on May 25
The author is a St. Paul resident and will attend the meeting.
Opus College of Business to Host Retirement Reception for Three
The Tuesday, May 24, reception is for Dr. Mike Evers, Dr. Sally Power and Dr. Daniel McNamara.
University Community Invited to Farewell Reception for Edna Comedy on June 2
She is the associate vice president for human resources.
English Department’s Master’s Essay Presentations set for Wednesday
Graduating students will discuss the process of creating and writing their essays.
TPT to Rebroadcast St. Thomas Programs
TPT's statewide Minnesota channel, tptMN, will air the programs.
Association for Strategic Planning Presents Breakfast Talk May 24
Dennis Stauffer, founder of Insight Fusion Inc., asks "The Game has Changed – Do You Know the Rules?" and discusses new guidelines for successful businesses.
Four Graduate art History Students to Present at Research Symposium on May 19
Barbara Aiken-Ali, Theresa Downing, Joshua Feist and Amy Nygaard will present their master’s qualifying papers.
Today is May’s Faith Thursday
Various faith-based resources that support all traditions will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Commuter Center.
American Culture and Difference Celebrates Graduating Seniors on May 16
Students who are interested in minoring in American Culture and Difference can meet students and faculty in the program.
Spring Student Symposium Showcases Class-based and Independent Biology Projects
Topics at the May 12 symposium will include aquatic biology, evolution, physiology, molecular biology and neurobiology.
Celebrate the Tutor-Mentor Program on Thursday, May 12
The event will include honoring the seniors who have participated in the program for three or more semesters.
Accompanying Ensembles and Piano Ensembles to Perform May 15
The recitals are free and open to the public.
Catholic Studies Master’s Essay Presentations Scheduled for May 16-17
Cameron Thompson, James Hamlin and Jill Olson will present essays on May 16, and Allison Koop, Jim Carrico, Homer Twigg and Terence Sweeney will present on May 17.
U of M Mathematics Professor to Speak Thursday at CAM Colloquium
Dr. Hans Othmer's topic is "Biological Pattern Formation Seen Through a Mathematical Lens." The event is free and open to the public.
Join Father Dease’s Move-In Crew
The official move-in day this fall is Saturday, Sept. 3.
Theology Majors Defend Senior Papers Monday
The campus community is invited to attend the presentations.
Luann Dummer Center for Women Hosts Student Celebratory Reception May 11
Poster presentations by this year’s student research fellowship awardees will be featured along with a chance to congratulate recipients for 2011-12. Appreciation also will be expressed to student workers.
Graduating Seniors Present Art History Research Symposium May 13
Everyone is welcome to celebrate the accomplishments of the class of 2011.
Sacred Arts Festival Presents Final Event Tonight – ‘The Tempest’
This action-packed comedy-drama comes with an interesting new twist – Prospero becomes Prospera.