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.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to sleep outside in boxes and tents to experience a night in the life of homelessness.
Students in Free Enterprise invites all students to this evening's celebration, with free T-shirts to the first 100.
Take a break from the books and enjoy these fine performances by St. Thomas student musicians.
See the play in Frey Theater at St. Kate's tonight and on Sunday afternoon. Or, see it Saturday morning at the East Lake Street Library in Minneapolis or Saturday afternoon at the Merriam Park Library in St. Paul.
Be among the first 100 students living off campus to exchange contact information with a UST neighbor and check in with the Commuter Center to win a $20 voucher!
The 12th annual Poetry on the Patio at O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center features favorite poems read by UST colleagues and musical selections performed by the Show'd Up Band.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to this presentation by Linda Finley and Stephen Beise of Trissential, a business consulting firm.
Professionals in the nonprofit field will speak on “Making Dollars and Change: Nonprofit Jobs” at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, discussing how they got their job and why they stay.
The Friday, April 30, event will include six Wii games and prizes for the winners.
Dr. Peter Feldmeier will lead the discussion on: "What’s Out There: Angels, Demons, Anything Else?"
Join the team as a Tommie ambassador, an admissions tour guide, a student communicator or an admissions intern.
Donations of old T-shirts and jeans are needed by April 26. All donors will be entered in a drawing to win one of 50 coupons for a free drip coffee from Coffee Bené.
Bring gloves, rakes, good shoes, and enthusiasm. Bags, gloves, coffee and perhaps some food treats will be provided.
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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.
This annual highlight of Up 'til Dawn will include games, prizes and performances by Comedy Sportz and PULSE.
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.