This year, volunteers will offer a choice to fair-goers: the traditional UST purple tote bag or a purple bandana.
Summer reading lists from 2003 to 2009 also are available.
All you need to bring is your voice, some water and a song to share if you're so inclined.
"Arabia," according to the Science Museum's website, provides an "unprecedented look at a rich culture, history and religion that has long been hidden from the West."
All soccer fans are welcome to visit The Grill and cheer on their favorite teams.
The Leadership Academy is offering online courses MS Office Suite and Effective Business Writing Skills.
The Twins host the White Sox for this Sunday, July 18, outing, which is open to all staff, faculty and their families.
Classes will meet on Tuesdays, beginning June 15; at least eight participants are needed.
John Steinbeck’s 1940 Pulitzer Prize-winning classic reveals the plight of migrant workers in the 1930s.
The center lists its 2010-11 schedule and book selections. Read the June title or just join the group Wednesday, June 30; everyone is welcome.
Watch undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies online.
TPT's Minnesota Video Vault offers users free access to documentaries, performances, interviews and speeches.
The Wellness Center and Luann Dummer Center for Women are highlighting this year’s theme, which notes the increase in tobacco marketing to women and girls.
Look for the outdoor grill Wednesdays throughout the summer.
Items for sale include children's clothing and footwear, toys and books, baby and toddler equipment, and maternity clothes and accessories.
All undergraduate St. Thomas students are invited to participate in the annual institute, Aug. 29-31.
There is still time to join; the program is open to St. Thomas students, employees, friends and families.
Eight students will present their master's essays.
Come for the videos, and stay for the discussion with student producers at the Tuesday, May 18, event.
The booth is a project for their Generalist Practice for Social Change class.
Following Mass, take in the annual Late-Night Breakfast in the Student Dining Room in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Bid farewell to Karen Schierman, who is retiring after 21 years of service to the university, and celebrate the center's new location at 2097 Grand Ave.
Presentation topics vary from the influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson on recent American nonfiction, to ekphrastic poetry, to werewolves, to Harry Potter. A reception follows, too.
Monday's stress spa includes free professional chair massages, lemonade, fruit and vegetables, and chips and crackers.
Proceeds will help provide clean drinking water to schools in Najaf, Iraq, Minneapolis’ sister city.