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St. Thomas “Day at the Capitol” is Thursday, March 18.
The speaker will be author and educator Dr. Beth Kissileff.
Megan Brown and Pa Xiong will give presentations at the weekly seminar.
Cecile Watters Tebo will discuss “Lessons from Katrina: A Journey from the Streets” on Wednesday, April 7.
He will speak on retirement investing.
All UST undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, faculty and staff in teams of four are eligible to participate.
The winner of tonight’s game advances to the national tournament’s quarterfinal round.
See the high-spirited 18th-century comedy opening next week at St. Catherine University.
The March 14 Seder is at Mount Zion Temple and the March 21 Seder is at Temple of Aaron.
The event features readings and the display of new and rare Irish books from the University of St. Thomas’ Celtic Collection, the largest of the university’s special collections and one of the 10 largest collections of Celtic materials in North America.
The medical doctor is an MBA student in the Opus College of Business Health Care program.
Father Michael Boland, head of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, will deliver the lecture: “Honor Your Father and Mother: The Devastating Effects of Poverty on Seniors.”
A sociologist, he spent two years at the Smithsonian Institute surveying 12 leading high school textbooks of American history.
The club will meet today during convocation hour.
Evening Prayer and Benediction will be celebrated at 4:45 p.m. tomorrow as well.
The seminar is titled “Student Loan Repayment: Everything You Need to Know.”
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The exhibit’s April 16 opening event will feature a lecture by Iraqi American art historian Dr. Nada Shabout and a reception featuring Middle Eastern food, music, dance and film.