The forum will be held Tuesday, Nov. 2, on both the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses.
The packets are courtesy of the Wellness Center and Student Health Services.
The session will discuss topics that are unique to the Minneapolis campus.
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.
Costumers and film-and-light crew members also are needed.
No tricks tomorrow, just treats in the form of pumpkin-shaped sugar cookies ripe for decorating.
To be part of the national movement to help the children of St. Jude, register for Up ’til Dawn by Thursday, Oct. 28.
In order to earn all their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
The forum will give students a chance to voice concerns to student leaders. The first 100 attendees will get a free Chipotle burrito.
The majority of recipients will be in the College of Arts and Sciences, but increases will occur across all of the university’s programs.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, fans wearing pink to the UST-St. Kate’s volleyball game tonight will receive a free pink sweatband.
Stop by for a chance to ask questions about women’s studies courses, major and minor requirements, scholarships and other opportunities.
Everyone is welcome hear a talk by Minnesota’s outgoing speaker of the house and former candidate for governor.
Students of all faiths are welcome to apply by Monday, Oct. 25, for membership on this committee.
Phillips Scholarships, $16,400 awards, are given annually to six sophomores from Minnesota private colleges.