Bring gloves, rakes, good shoes, and enthusiasm. Bags, gloves, coffee and perhaps some food treats will be provided.
Ashley Patraw and Matthew Humbert will give presentations at Friday’s seminar.
The English Department has asked students, faculty and staff to give up a favorite piece of technology for a day and blog about the experience.
Everyone is welcome to join in celebrating the work of Greta Kowalkowski, Heather Nolden, Sarah Olson and Andrea Polzin.
Online voting begins at 10 a.m.
“Vianney,” on national tour, is being performed as part of the “Year for Priests” celebration proclaimed by the pope.
Diel, who has Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in Latin American Studies from Tulane University, is author of The Tira de Tepechpan: Negotiating Place Under Aztec and Spanish Rule (University of Texas Press, 2008) and numerous scholarly articles about what is revealed in the pictorial histories of Aztec, pre-colonial and colonial Mexico.
Since 1989, students involved in Tutor-Mentor have volunteered over 180,000 hours of their time and talents to help more than 12,000 elementary and secondary education students in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Dr. May Sim, College of the Holy Cross, will present lectures on Wednesday and Thursday.
Save $50 when you apply on site at the open house.
All are welcome, including those who have not read or finished the book.
Gannon’s presentation will be held tomorrow in John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts. Everyone is invited.
“Hijab Tube” offers an entertaining, eye-opening look at elements of Islamic culture in 21st century America.
Take a lesson in swing dancing and the cha-cha, and enjoy a cha-cha dance performance tonight at Scooter’s; no experience or partner is needed.
Dorgan also will participate in the Minnesota Book Awards gala tomorrow night and take part in a public conversation with a local poet on April 19 at the Hamline-Midway Branch Library.
Hana offers this annual opportunity to sing, dance, act and perform in any way to showcase the unique differences among individuals.