Keynote speaker will be Harvard Law’s Noah Feldman, adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Today’s talk by Dr. Robert Werner, Geography Department, will feature a comprehensive tour of Bolivia, including history and culture, demography, political unrest, Indian rights movements, and the role of the coca leaf, the source of cocaine.
As the plot develops, the wire took on symbolic meaning – the interconnectedness of all of Baltimore’s important institutions, including the police department, the drug trade, City Hall, the unions, the school system and the media.
Five professionals will share insights about the value of English studies as a foundation and the many career options available.
The April 8 reading will be held in the O’Shaughnessy Room of the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center and will be followed by a book signing.
Dr. Donny George Youkhanna will give an account of the cultural losses suffered by the museum and 12,500 archaeological sites in the wake of his country’s invasion.
The no contact, non-pad workouts are broken down into a youth camp (grades 3-5) and a junior high camp (youths entering grades 6-8).
Jacob Becker and Wyatt Bauer will give presentations Friday.
One decade of the rosary will be prayed in Spanish; translations will be available.
This event is sponsored by Campus Ministry and women hall chaplains.
The Wellness Center also offers stress-reduction classes for students on Monday nights.
Two students, Kelly Rodriguez and Lauren Miller, will be presented with the Sister Pat Kowalski Women’s Leadership Award. The event is Thursday, March 25.
Guest speaker Dan Arlandson advises institutional investors on hedge fund allocations.
End your meal with what Dining Services promises will be “fantastic” desserts.
Volunteers are needed to help greet and welcome thousands of guests as they enter the Metrodome to distribute programs, direct guests and graduates, and help seat the mobility impaired.
The Philosophy Club will moderate Wednesday’s debate.
If you missed last year’s performance at St. Thomas by prize-winning organist Michael Unger, here’s a second chance.
The annual event includes a silent auction, Opening Kitchen Doors cookbook sales and a school supplies donation opportunity for the children of Haiti.