Meet the MSS team, check out a display of handmade piñatas where kids can try to break a special one just for them, and enter a drawing for theater tickets.
Dr. Oscar Kashala is president of the Union for the Rebuilding of the Congo and will speak at a University of St. Thomas International Leadership Forum.
Dr. Sherry Jordon will lead tomorrow’s discussion.
The series begins Oct. 9 with a lecture by Dr. Michael Naughton and Dr. Robert Kennedy on Pope Benedict XVI’s encyclical “Caritas in Vertitate.”
Everyone is welcome. Bring your lunch; dessert and beverages are provided.
Everyone interested in women’s issues is welcome. Nominate yourself or someone else for the UAWE coordinating council.
The five-session, Monday evening series starts Oct. 19 and is co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center and Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
Dr. Thomas Sullivan’s presentation will be given from noon to 1 p.m. in the O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium.
Don’t miss the parade, Taste of Saints and the Tommies’ football game!
Longtime UCLA law professor Gerald López, author of Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice (Westview Press, 1992), will speak about his advocacy on behalf of low-income, of-color and immigrant communities.
The presentation will be preceded by a pizza dinner. Registration is required by Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Cor Jesu is held the first Friday of each month during the school year. Confessions, worship and fellowship are all part of this prayerful event.
The religion correspondent for National Public Radio is the first of four speakers planned here for Minnesota Public Radio’s 2009-2010 Broadcast Journalist Series.
The title of Friday’s Chemistry Seminar is “Imaging Cellular Processes: Inorganic Chemistry to the Rescue.”
Faculty member Olga Herrera’s topic is “For Those Who Cannot Out: Textual Differences in Three Editions of The House on Mango Street.”
This speaker series presents St. Thomas alumni who discuss how they integrate faith, reason and service into their personal and professional lives.
UST’s Art History Department and the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians will co-host this free event, which is open to the public.