Public Safety issues notice to full-time day students on the Minneapolis campus to avoid penalties by terminating parking privileges and returning their green parking cards for the ramp by the end of May.
Henna artists will be on site from 3 to 4:30 p.m. today.
The event will be held in the Anderson Student Center.
Is access to clean drinking water a basic human right or a commodity to be sold? Students who attend this event will be given priority reservations for a water-bottle giveaway on April 17 and 19.
Plans have been completed or are under way for community service, fundraising, a professional event and a social event.
St. Thomas students with a ticket also may purchase one guest ticket for $5; proceeds go to UST Sustainability Fund.
Working in teams, students will plan, light, shoot, record sound, capture footage, and edit, with the end product being a short film. This class satisfies the fine arts requirement of the core curriculum.
The video camera will be rolling to record your comments for an hour and a half Wednesday and an hour Thursday.
Nancy Longley, executive vice president at Weber Shandwick, is the guest speaker.
Sam Schulhofer-Wohl’s presentation will examine the relationship between depressed housing prices and labor mobility and will seek to disprove earlier research findings.
The club will host this event for students with an interest in pre-health professions. Information on volunteer opportunities in these fields also will be presented.
Attendees will hear from a panel of women leaders about how they can recognize, enhance and utilize their talents to accomplish personal and professional goals.
Aaron Brown and Kellen O’Grady, liturgists in Campus Ministry, will lead a reflection on the Triduum liturgies. Dinner will be served.