She will base the lecture on her latest book, When Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey of American Women from 1960 to the Present.
The concert is sponsored by the Luxembourg American Cultural Society.
Freshmen are invited to “Build the Perfect Paper Airplane” at fun-filled sessions, have a free lunch, meet other first-year students and learn about life as a business student.
Morales uses his art to engage with communities and movements to help them counter the toxic messages that keep them from developing their power.
Angie’s Kettle Corn is a family owned and operated company based in North Mankato, Minn.
Donate gently used backpacks by March 15. Donations go to former patients of the Kola Clinic, which cares for American Indian adults in Minneapolis who are chronically homeless.
The work of six photographers will be featured in the OEC lobby gallery.
Programs kick off on March 4 and aim to help build a socially and intellectually conscious community.
“Sacred Waters” is the theme of this year’s 32nd annual festival.
The Seder will be led by Rabbi Amy Eilberg of the St. Thomas-St. John’s Center for Interfaith Learning.
Her presentation shows how the West African video industry is changing its representation of the African city, or “Afropolis,” in video movies from one of hardship and poverty to an orchestrated urban landscape resembling a display window.
The ACTC is a consortium of private colleges dedicated to academic excellence and urban sustainability through collaboration.
Everyone is invited to the performance at Scooter’s.
The group will meet from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The symposium will focus on the impact of parental incarceration on children.
Discover how scents affect the mind and emotions. Leave the class with the oil you created in class.
Mary Johnson, founder of the support group From Death to Life, and Oshea Israel, the man who killed Johnson’s only child, Laramuin Byrd, will speak at this CommUNITY event on Friday, March 4.
All students are invited to register for this annual free banquet. E2 speakers talk about the integration of faith and values into their personal and professional achievements. Faculty also are invited to host the speakers for in-classroom discussions.
The session will include biology majors who have returned from study abroad; they will talk about their experiences.
“Labeled as a ‘Fire Poet’ in the poetry community, each time Se7en steps onto the stage, he captivates, illuminates, and ignites the mic into a blaze!”
The event will be held Sunday afternoon on the green space behind Brady Educational Center.
The Moscow native has been performing, recording and winning awards in Russia, Europe and the United States.
Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801-1890) was beatified on Sept. 19, 2010. This presentation on March 1 is the inaugural event of the Graduate Program in Catholic Studies’Thought and Culture lecture series.