The authors, who had very different childhood experiences during World War II, will share stories from their recent memoirs at this Center for Interfaith Learning program.
Dr. Ted Ulrich will lead Wednesday's discussion. Everyone is welcome.
Junior Achievement volunteering is easy and flexible; choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms. Four information sessions will be held this week.
Everyone is invited to join in several fundraising opportunities, including Change Wars and collecting pop-tabs, before the Arch March on April 18.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
Dr. Amy Kritzer's presentation on Friday, April 16, will cover women playwrights in the early decades of the American nation who challenged notions of the "woman's place."
The Student Legacy Committee will host an information table, raffle and giveaways April 12-16 outside the Grill to highlight sources of revenue other than tuition that help pay for a college education.
The Muslim Christian Dialogue Center presents "A Common Word" on April 15. The event is free and open to the public.
Donations of food, money or a meal-plan dinner will benefit the Keystone Community Services Midway Food Shelf.
The Child Development Center will celebrate the week with a variety of activities.
Albom’s nine books have sold more than 28 million copies. He will discuss Have a Little Faith, the title of his most recent best-seller.
Dr. Nada Shabout, of the University of North Texas, will speak at St. Thomas on April 16. A reception follows with Middle Eastern food, music and film. Both events are held in conjunction with the exhibition, “Sabeel: Artistic Journeys From Arab Lands to America,” open through May 24.
The film about a Jewish physician who helps orphans in Ethiopia is co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ Center for Interfaith Learning.
St. Maria Faustina started the devotion, which was approved by the late Pope John Paul II.
The School of Divinity is one of five seminaries co-sponsoring the conference. All are welcome.
The breakfasts are held at St. Olaf Catholic Church and are co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought.
The T-shirts, for freshmen, will include the 1916 baseball team's logo, with the number "13" on the back to signify the graduating class of 2013.
The group will meet Wednesday, April 21. Everyone is welcome.
The film, which tells the story of an ingenious Polish-Jewish pianist surviving during World War II, won three Academy Awards.
The screenings are closed because of complications with public screening rights and difficulties obtaining some of the films.
Temple-Raston, the counterterrorism correspondent for National Public Radio, is the fourth and final speaker planned for Minnesota Public Radio's 2009-2010 Broadcast Journalist Series.
Get a jump on the celebration of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Japanese food will be served too!
Learn about cover letters, résumés and the Career Development Center's resources specific to international students.
The speaker, Dr. Christopher Wolfe, is emeritus professor at Marquette University, vice president of the Thomas International Project and co-director of the Ralph McInerny Center for Thomistic Studies.