Let go of everyday concerns and find time for prayer, discussion and fellowship with other students in Christian community.
The club will meet at 5:30 p.m.
Blog post topics can range from an internship search, interview tips, struggles or successes or even feedback about internship sites.
This is an opportunity for clubs to earn service hours and for students to help those in need.
Today's résumé workshop is ideal for first- and second-year students, even juniors.
Spehar recently came out with his second album, "No Other Way," and is celebrating with this free performance at St. Thomas.
Students of all majors and friends are welcome.
Tickets cost $7 and are on sale in the Box Office. Tickets also will be sold at the door.
The application for scholarships is available online.
Faith Thursday will be held monthly throughout the academic year.
A band is needed to play for more than 250 students at the Up 'til Dawn’s finale on Friday, April 8. Sign up for tryouts by Friday.
The American Marketing Association will host guest speaker Cynde Bock, who will speak about the creation and implementation of effective marketing strategies.
Kyle Sanford of Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine will talk about the D.O. degree and the application process.
Hear a talk by Pat Millea, a popular speaker in ministry to youth and family, and spend three hours volunteering. Earn six service hours applicable to any club or organization.
Everyone is welcome to participate in tomorrow's Theology Night Live discussion.
Take an E-chug on a laptop and find out how many calories are consumed and what affects blood alcohol concentration.
The workshop will be held in the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center.
Give up negative self-talk or give up shorting yourself on sleep. The Wellness Center has a limited supply of journals for undergrads to track their progress – and possibly become a “winner.”
Students who are interested in participating are asked to complete a seven-question survey.
Students of all majors are welcome to apply by Friday, March 18.
Freshmen are invited to "Build the Perfect Paper Airplane" at fun-filled sessions, have a free lunch, meet other first-year students and learn about life as a business student.
Angie's Kettle Corn is a family owned and operated company based in North Mankato, Minn.
This thought-provoking show allows audience members to laugh at themselves, while raising important questions and discovering how individuals can work for peace and justice at home and abroad.
To attend this event, students must meet Minnesota certification requirements by January 2012. Orientation sessions will be held in March to help students prepare for the fair.
The deadline for completed applications is 4:30 p.m. Friday, March 18.