So, you've heard that Cretin Hall is haunted? Tomorrow it's true: The South Campus Hall Council announces its 22nd annual Haunted Cretin.
Faculty are invited to a talk by Dr. Tom Hickson, Geology, on “The Knowledge Survey as an Assessment Tool in the Classroom.” Held in St. Paul, the presentation will be simulcast to the Minneapolis campus.
Registration will be limited to the first 50 students who sign up for this event.
First-year law students are invited to learn about the dual-degree program at this session on Wednesday.
Tonight's gathering will include the Peer Ministry music team and musicians from other Christian groups on campus and from around the Twin Cities.
In addition to the planned activities, keep an eye out for stress-relieving fairies on campus all week!
Contemplating a research project for spring semester 2012?
Today's guest speaker is Dr. Theresa Reineke, a chemist on the faculty at the University of Minnesota.
The class is offered by the Wellness Center on Monday, Oct. 24. Sign up online.
The show starts at 7 p.m. tonight, and admission is free.
Students who are interested in becoming active AMA members should bring an application form and two checks.
The shirts are available at the Wellness Center or Health Services on the St. Paul campus.
Congrats to 19 students who won a free movie tickets for "liking" the Wellness Center or following the center on Twitter.
The meeting will feature business law graduates Zachary Laskowski, Giang Truong and Danielle Hansen.
All St. Thomas students are invited to participate.
Want to practice taking the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT or PCAT?
All St. Thomas students are invited to hear Dr. Louis Ling speak. The event is hosted by the Minority Students in Science Club.
The retreat, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 22, will challenge students to become courageous men and women of Christ on campus.
The free wellness screening process will take less than 30 minutes and will be administered by licensed health care professionals on Oct. 24-26.
Held at the Episcopal House of Prayer in Collegeville, Minn., the weekend will foster interfaith learning, prayer and contemplation.
Plan ahead to attend WYD in Rio de Janeiro in July 2013.
The roundtables will provide an opportunity to talk with others in family businesses, and share insights and perspectives.
The company offers internship and employment opportunities for students of every major.
Two of the sessions will be held today.
Annual notice to students regarding peer-to-peer file sharing policies and procedures is required by the recently updated Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.