Undergraduate students have the opportunity to enter a lottery for the right to purchase tickets for selected Vikings games.
Father Paul Murray, O.P., an Irish Dominican, poet and professor at the University of St. Thomas (Angelicum) in Rome, is a well-known speaker throughout the United States.
Learn more about GPS’ offerings and meet faculty and staff at sessions Sept. 22 and 23.
‘Shiny’ has a color all its own, says this exhibit’s curator. See “Shiny is My Favorite Color” through Nov. 13. The artists’ reception, during the College Art Gallery Collaborative Fall Art Tour, is Oct. 3.
Thursday’s dinner is free and open to the public.
The program provides professional preparation for academic, museum and teaching careers in art history. The info sessions are Sept. 21 on the St. Paul campus and Sept. 23 on the Minneapolis campus.
Thursday’s event is free and open to all.
Gentle Pilates exercises can improve health and reduce stress. Classes begin Monday; the first session is free.
Students (except JV and varsity football players), faculty and staff are invited to participate in the Monday, Sept. 21, event.
The center also offers luncheon talks and other programs for those 55 and older.
The exhibit featuring bike-related art will close on Friday, Sept. 11.
Build an ice cream sundae at the open house, then don’t miss Fun Night music by songwriter Maria Isa and DJ Enferno. Everyone’s invited!
Sophomores can speak informally to representatives from Career Development, the Center for Intercultural Learning and Community Engagement, Academic Counseling and Study Abroad.
Students, faculty, staff, alumni, neighbors and friends: Everyone’s invited to help out with a variety of neighborhood volunteer projects on Saturday, Sept. 12.
This marks the 15th year for the downtown Minneapolis Faith and Work Breakfasts.