Performing will be local artists: Halloween, Alaska; the Johnson Twins; Peter Wolf Crier; and magician Matt Dunn for a rockin' way to end the last week of classes.
Seven candidates for their master's degrees will present their qualifying research in a forum Dec. 16.
Students will perform everything from Bach to the Beatles.
The Dec. 12 concert here benefits COMPAS/Young Audiences.
The final swimming and diving meet to be held in the O'Shaughnessy Hall Natatorium will take place Friday. The next home meet on campus will be held in 2010 in the new Anderson Athletic and Recreation Center.
Party goers could win prizes from Target, Chipotle, Davanni’s, iTunes and an iPod.
A fried chicken and mashed potatoes will be provided along with supplies and tips for decorating a personal journal that feeds your soul.
He will talk about the Latin hymns of Ambrose of Milan as an example of Latin poetry in transition from its classical form to medieval forms.
The choir will sing, listeners will have a chance to sing, and there will be cookies. What could be better?
Students are invited to partake in a host of giveaways and celebrations.
Laura Zeckser, Martha FritzHuspen, Dean Hilgers and Elizabeth Parsons will present.
MBA student Anvar Nigmatullin will speak Thursday about his home country and his experience growing up in this former-Soviet country in Central Asia.
The party will be held in the first-floor lounge of Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The Dec. 10 lecture is free, just down Grand Avenue at Macalester College. Everyone's welcome.
Cor Jesu is held the first Friday of each month during the academic year. Confessions, worship and fellowship are all part of this prayerful event.
Wish the team success early Friday morning, and then watch the game Saturday at Scooter's.
Tickets cost $5 at the Box Office and include round-trip transportation, unlimited laser tag, mini golf and bumper cars, as well as four arcade tokens and one batting-cage token.
Guest State Rep. Tom Emmer represents District 19B, the Delano and Rockford area.
A presentation on Latin culture, dancing and music will be offered Saturday evening.
This talk concludes the fall session of the Lecture and Lunch series at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
Learn about the business law major and enter to win various prizes. Lunch is from Jimmy John’s and Café Latte
Enjoy cookies, hot drinks and good cheer along with the holiday readings.
Students will display posters highlighting their scholarship from English classes and individual research.
A minimum number of people must register for the information session to be held at noon Monday, Dec. 7, to ensure that Weight Watchers will send a representative.
The event includes an update on the Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association.