"Ezra," a film about the abduction of child soldiers into the continent's recent civil wars, will be shown on Monday, Feb. 22, as part of the ENGL 337 African Film class series.
Guest speaker for this week's Chemistry Seminar is Dr. Mukund Sibi, from the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at North Dakota State University.
Masses will be celebrated at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas and the St. Paul Seminary on the St. Paul campus, and the School of Law atrium on the Minneapolis campus.
Find out more, sign up and enjoy free food at this event hosted by UST Colleges Against Cancer.
Beginning at noon today, free tickets are available at the Box Office. The event includes transportation, popcorn and a drink.
At today's get-together, Study Abroad staff will talk about the opportunities available in Spain and Latin America, and study-abroad returnees will share their experiences.
A good example of global women’s rights, this film will be shown in lieu of a book discussion in preparation for the March Women’s History Month Lecture.
The keyboard was financed with beverage-contract funds.
Carter, portrayed the 2005 film 'Coach Carter,' will share his message that 'average is just not good enough, period.'
Participants can choose between a Catholic higher education reading group, and an environmental stewardship and sustainability reading group.
The fair will be held from noon to 1 p.m. today, Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Graduate business students are invited to this presentation by Angela Chambliss, senior manager for Best Buy’s women’s leadership forum (WOLF).
This special meditation on the Way of the Cross will be held in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Joyana Jacoby, coordinator for university ministry service-immersion trips at DePaul University in Chicago, will give the annual Joseph and Edith Habiger Lecture in Catholic Studies.
Evening Prayer will be offered at 4:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
The evening’s topic is "From Career to Calling: Strategies for Flourishing."
Thirty tickets remain for Monday's showing.
Students with their St. Thomas ID cards will receive a free spirit giveway and can ride a free bus to the games.
Five theologians will give lectures on "Nicaea and Constantinople: A Confession of Faith, Witness and Source of Unity." Open to the public; register online.
Find the hidden heart and win an "Ultimate Valentine's Package."
Fitness sessions are beginning this week. Punch cards are available for purchase at the UST Life-Work Center in Minneapolis and the Box Office in St. Paul.
Guest speaker for this week's Chemistry Seminar is Dr. Dwight Stoll from the Department of Chemistry at Gustavus Adolphus College.
St. Thomas students with meal plans can participate in the United for Haiti project this week.
The student who finds the heart (and brings it to the Wellness Center) wins an "Ultimate Valentine’s Package."
This will be the first window medallion in the library to honor a female author and the first to recognize a writer of color. Hurston was a ground-breaking essayist and fiction writer whose work broke barriers of race and gender.