This event is free to UST students, faculty and staff; registrations are needed via e-mail by Wednesday, May 12.
A total of 132 presentations will be given, with 15 sessions taking place concurrently throughout the day.
All proceeds will go to providing clean water for school children in Minneapolis' sister city of Najaf, Iraq.
Amanda Stemig and Heather Gagnon will give presentations Friday.
Stop by to show your support and talk to the students about their projects.
The lecture was scheduled for tonight.
Summit Avenue Review is the student-edited literary and visual arts magazine of the University of St. Thomas.
Everyone is welcome to join the group Wednesday, May 19, to discuss Kirstin Downey’s biography of Frances Perkins, who was named Secretary of Labor by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
All students are welcome to enjoy activities such as a dunk tank, Spanish dance lessons, a soccer game, obstacle-course trivia game and a mariachi band in the Binz Refectory.
Tuesday's meeting is the last one of the semester.
Tony Parr, of the Parr Financial Group of Wells Fargo Advisers, will talk about the history of his company and give retirement advice. The UST community is welcome.
Hear Balma and his band in concert at St. Thomas on May 14. The performance celebrates the release soon of his new CD, “Incognito.” The artist also is known at St. Thomas for the frescoes he painted on the atrium ceiling of Terrence Murphy Hall.
The event, which is open to the public, is free with a UST ID. Guest tickets cost $3.
Witness as a child to civil war in his native Africa, Obang Okello will speak Wednesday about his struggles and how his faith sustained him.
Tomorrow's CultureLink Tea is the latest in a series of monthly presentations that feature different countries.
The event is sponsored by the Student Spirituality Committee, Campus Ministry and USG.
Designed for players ages 7 to 18, the camp will be held June 17-20 at UST.
Extra canvases will be available for students who want to paint and contribute to the student-art exhibit.
Joe Keeley ’03 founded his successful College Nannies & Tutors company when he was a college "man-ny." The business did $10 million in revenue this year.
Dr. Terry Flower, professor of physics and astronomy at St. Catherine University, will give a presentation May 4. His talk will be followed with a response by UST’s Dr. Philip Rolnick.
Patrick Tierney and Michael Morehead are tomorrow's speakers.
Learn about the genocide crisis in Darfur, Sudan, and around the world at Camp Darfur.
The ticket packages cost $13 and include a choice of bobble head figure or Saints baseball hat, and a soda and hot dog voucher. Order tickets online.
Women’s studies majors and minors who are graduating in May will be honored along with undergraduate and graduate students who received fellowships for research on topics related to women.
Tickets include admission, the Omnitheater and the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit.