Saturday's event is open to all UST students, faculty and staff. The first 200 students will receive a free Culture Fest T-shirt.
Dr. Ellen Kennedy, former UST faculty member and now director of the Minnesota Genocide Intervention Network, will speak about genocide and brainstorm ways to help the Sudanese people.
Get a Quit Kit and information from the Wellness Center. Drop off your cigarettes or chew to win a free smoothie and be entered to win $25 to spend at the UST Bookstore.
She has taken a new position in Facility Scheduling.
After sending off the team with your best wishes, and if you can't attend the game Saturday in Illinois, watch it in Scooter's.
Although the event is free, donations are requested to help fund the creation of a stained-glass window for O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center to honor writer Zora Neale Hurston. Everyone is welcome to perform or join the audience.
Charlotte Kinzley will talk tonight about her work as a family advocate and spokeswoman for Sharing and Caring Hands.
Punch cards for Thursday yoga are available for purchase in the Life/Work Center on the Minneapolis campus.
The talk at 5 p.m. today, Nov. 17, by José Ignacio Mariscal Torroella, will be held in Thornton Auditorium, Terrence Murphy Hall. A reception will follow.
The speaker will be Dr. Diane Anderson, research fellow at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library.
Faculty member Dan Jones will speak on “Salving the Wound: Into the Wild and Postmodern Masculinity” at this English Department colloquium Friday, Nov. 20.
"Troubling Waters" is a series of interdisciplinary discussions on power, race, gender and culture.
The chief brand officer at Dairy Queen is responsible for the marketing, brand, concept and product strategies.
Rosa Parks Day on Dec. 3 will feature a poster session covering issues such as the "Supreme Court on Race Before and After the Civil War," "Busing to Desegregate Boston Schools," and the "1920 Lynching in Duluth."
"Hedda" is sometimes called a "female Hamlet." Don't miss this opportunity to see a masterpiece of the modern stage.
Father Erich Rutten will be on hand to take questions in the Commuter Center.
The speaker is from Securian Financial Group.
Bring your lunch and then sit back and enjoy.
Part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series, the talk will be held Thursday, Nov. 19.
Today's event is a celebration of National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.
Faceoff vs. Augsburg College is 7 p.m.
The tour will be held Thursday, Nov. 19.
Join the Commuter Center and Transfer Student Houses at 3:45 today for this social gathering.
Shea, a member of the St. Thomas law faculty, will be joined by Nick and Carolyn Ryberg, whose $1 million false-invoicing scheme ended with guilty pleas, federal convictions and prison terms.
Free Championship Tradition T-shirts will be given out to students who show up to send off the teams.