The programs will air on TPT’s statewide Minnesota channel, tptMN.
The mystery is set on Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior.
Songs of Hope will sing at noon in a free, 45-minute performance.
Faculty members Paul Schulz (clarinet), Peter Douglas (bassoon) and Sarah Schmalenberger (horn) will be joined by guest pianist Frances Armstrong.
Bluegrass bands Copper Creek and The High 48s also will perform at the event, which will be held rain or shine.
The cost is $40 for all six sessions or $10 for a drop-in session.
Classes meet twice a week for four weeks; come prepared to sweat.
The event will include a reception and discussion.
Book club selections for the next six months are all mysteries by women authors.
The panel will feature St. Thomas faculty members Teresa Collett, J.D., Dr. Deborah Savage and Dr. R. Mary Lemmons, and Dr. Jeanne Buckeye will serve as moderator.
Friends and family of Jimmy Wells ’06 will host a fundraising dinner and silent auction to raise funds in his name for scholarships, suicide prevention and a memorial tree.
The St. Thomas Prolife Center and the Minnesota Catholic Conference will host “Religious Liberty, Conscience Rights, and Participation of Faith Communities in the Public Square” on Thursday, June 28.
Register to join the group for dessert, conversation and Dale’s presentation on the construction of the addition to the Center for Catholic Studies’ Sitzmann Hall. The event will conclude with a tour of the building.
She is the outgoing director of the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
The Tuesday, June 12, conversation features Andrew Duff, CEO of Piper Jaffray, and students from the Executive UST MBA program who recently returned from Southeast Asia.
If the Tommies win the 11 a.m. game, they will play Wheaton College at 2:30 p.m. for the national title.
The book club will discuss Louise Erdrich’s The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse.
Sculpt, Spinning, Yoga and Zumba classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays and will begin the week of June 4.
The concert is Thursday, June 21, at the Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis.
Senior James Koth explores this question in a short film he made during spring semester to complete his film minor.
The American Museum of Asmat Art at the University of St. Thomas is one of 16 institutions participating in the summer art program now through Sept. 3.
The tickets are for games on June 10 and June 12.
The Gallery is home to the American Museum of Asmat Art.
Works by infants, toddlers and preschoolers can be seen in the OEC lobby gallery.