Enjoy a five-minute chair massage, hot towels, soothing music, healthy snacks and crafts at the Midterm Wellness Stress Spa for students on Monday.
The vigil will be held Friday in front of Regions Hospital in St. Paul.
He will discuss the knots present in polymer loops as they move randomly through space, and his research in this area.
David Bornstein will speak with students on topics such as fair trade and social entrepreneurship.
Dr. Corrine Carvalho and Dr. Gerald Schlabach will lead Thursday’s discussion.
The talk does not presuppose attendance at “How to Become a Better Philosopher: Tips From Aristotle (Part I).”
TPT’s statewide digital Minnesota Channel (tptMN) will rebroadcast five programs that originated at St. Thomas.
Prospective students are invited to spend Friday afternoon at the School of Law for a tour and to learn more about its mission and program.
Recent participants will share their experiences about classes, life at the Bernardi residence, and opportunities for service and spiritual growth.
The UST Knights of Columbus also is sponsoring a dinner reception to follow the Mass and dedication. Register today.
Dr. Paul Wojda and Dr. Mathew Lu will discuss whether execution is a legitimate form of punishment.
The club will host Jim Peterson of The Renaissance Festival on Tuesday and the annual Professor Consortia on Thursday.
He will talk about the 2002 expansion of the National Civil Rights Museum and how its architectural difference from the original museum illustrates the complex relationship between remembering and forgetting.
Dr. Mari Ann Graham, co-director of the institute, will lead the workshop that uses song, visual images and exercises.
The program is part of the CommUNITY Series at St. Thomas this semester.
This Oct. 27 session, designed to provide a framework for understanding the nation’s current health care conversation, will feature three UST speakers who have experience with the issue: Sen. Dave Durenberger, Dr. Paul Wojda and Dan McLaughlin.
Among the highlights: a reading by award-winning author Ron Hansen; Sephardic music by Israeli singer/songwriter Yasmin Levy; a presentation by a dancer tortured for speaking out against oppression in Iran; an organ recital by Canadian organist and composer Rachel Laurin; and an exhibition of crèches from all over the world.
All are invited to help the Green Team clean up the east river banks from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17.
Presented tomorrow by Multicultural Student Services, the event covers tips on how to get out of debt, save money and reach goals.