The meeting will feature Dr. Daniel McNamara, who will talk about how to transition from a “student caterpillar” to a “work-world butterfly.”
The courses range from Latin Dance to Body Sculpting for Women to Shaolin Kenpo Karate.
Registrations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the session.
The massages will be offered for a nominal fee every Tuesday through the end of fall semester.
Echo representatives will speak on Thursday to juniors and seniors considering a career in any type of ministry in the Catholic Church.
Among this week’s STAR events, don’t miss Thursday Night Live with singer, songwriter, pianist Maggie McClure, the women’s hockey game, and “Stuff a Tommie” – plush animal, that is.
Information sessions, open to all students, are on tap for Tuesdays, Nov. 9 and 16.
Students, clubs and organizations can fulfill required service hours. The deadline is Nov. 15.
Talk to faculty, current students and UST graduates with careers in these fields, and learn about the various programs offered at St. Thomas.
A captain’s meeting will be held tonight.
Operations manager information sessions are scheduled for today and tomorrow.
Dr. Terry Nichols will lead Wednesday’s discussion.
The packets are courtesy of the Wellness Center and Student Health Services.
Students in Free Enterprise will be going door-to-door asking for food donations for the Hanover Area Food Shelf. Everyone is welcome to participate.
You need not be a Catholic Studies major to perform in the Nov. 12 event.