Free Championship Tradition T-shirts will be given out to students who show up to send off the teams.
Lawrence Massa, president and chief executive officer of the Minnesota Hospital Association, will speak on “Healthcare Reform: The Effect on Minnesota Businesses.”
Graduate business students are invited to register for this talk by Andy Arlotta, co-owner and vice president of the Minnesota Swarm lacrosse team.
The celebration will feature a performance by the Native Pride Dancers, who have entertained and educated audiences across the globe.
Ask questions, tour the UST School of Law building and talk with current law students.
Design a T-shirt that either supports civil rights in Belarus or promotes the club.
The program is located at 2093 Grand Ave. Stop by on Wednesday, Nov. 11, to learn about the program and pick up spring course information.
The Nov. 11 event will include food from the Holy Land Restaurant, program updates, tips and advice, and a musical show.
The 23rd annual observance will include a 6 p.m. talk by World War II B-17 navigator Robert Clemens.
Cor Jesu, a monthly evening of worship, will join Borromeo Weekend 40-hour devotions following Mass at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Study Abroad: This event is your last chance to attend an information session about the fall 2010 semester program.
Students can add graffiti to the wall replica in the quad at noon today. Tomorrow’s talk is about life in East Berlin at the time the wall split Germany. They are among campus events celebrating the 20th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Wall.
The competition begins at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds from the tournament will go to the American Cancer Society.
Don’t have a ticket to the event tonight? Don’t worry; you can get your ticket as you get on the shuttle bus.
The defendants, lawyers and judges will come together in an unprecedented forum, “Crime, Punishment and Redemption: Three Unique Reunions.”
The director has spent the past 11 years in brand and general management for both consumer goods and consumer durables, including General Mills, Toro golf equipment and Polaris ATVs.
The symposium, free and open to the public, will bring together scholars to debate and analyze various constitutional and philosophical issues surrounding evolutionism and intelligent design, particularly as they affect U.S. public schools.
Sister Katarina Schuth, St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, will offer her “Reflections on the Year for Priests” this Friday.