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.
This month’s theme is workplace success.
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.
. As an Exempt Staff Council member you can contribute your energy and ideas on behalf of your peers.
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.
The scholarships are available to undergraduate students.
Council members run programs such as Take a Tommie to Lunch, Student-Alumni Mentoring, Taste of Saints, Senior Banquet, Alumni Reflections and Community Cleanup.
Everyone is invited to the performance at Scooter's.
The Grants and Research Office invites faculty to submit proposals for research that will be done in summer 2011. The application deadline is March 17
The group will meet from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Four staff members recently joined the campus community.
Discover how scents affect the mind and emotions. Leave the class with the oil you created in class.
A School of Law admissions rep and undergraduate-admitted law students will discuss the application process, deadlines and the their experiences in the program.
Pam Devine from The David Agency will speak at this brown bag event; she will cover long term care insurance program offered through St. Thomas.
All students are invited to register for this annual free banquet. E2 speakers talk about the integration of faith and values into their personal and professional achievements. Faculty also are invited to host the speakers for in-classroom discussions.
The session will include biology majors who have returned from study abroad; they will talk about their experiences.
Compliance is required by the recently updated Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 designed to reduce the illegal uploading and downloading of copyrighted works through peer-to-peer file sharing.