February 5, 2015 STU
Agia Sophia Meeting

Come get the details on Agia Sophia’s upcoming event.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STAFF/STU
Today: Boler School of Business Admission Meeting

On February 4, at 2:00 p.m. in Dolan’s Donahue Auditorium, the Boler School of Business will hold the Sophomore Admission Meeting for the Boler School of Business.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STAFF/STU
Today: Grasselli Library Civil Rights Film Screenings

Grasselli Library is proud to host a series of film screenings dedicated to exploring Civil Rights throughout the month of February.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STU
Today: So, You Want To Be a Teacher?

Come and learn more about a career in Education, meet students that are student teaching, find out about what you’ll study, licensure areas and requirements.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STAFF/STU
Today: Weekday Mass – Wednesdays at 12:05 Starts This Week

The Wednesday weekday Mass will resume at 12:05 p.m. in St. Francis Chapel starting this week on February 4. All are welcome.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STAFF/STU
Today: Study Abroad Information Sessions

Are you interested in studying abroad next fall or spring and want to know more?

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STAFF/STU
Today: Tu B’Shvat (Jewish Arbor Day)

Join us at the most fun birthday party around… for the trees.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STU
Today: Join the Environmental Issues Group

Are You Passionate About The Environment and Sustainability?

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STAFF/STU
Your Daily Dose of Black History: Sarah “Saartjie” Baartman

The “Hottentot Venus” aka Sarah “Saartjie” Baartman, was a woman who was possibly a slave of Dutch settlers in what is now South Africa.

Continue reading this story
February 4, 2015 STU
Meet Your Major Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Sport Studies

Learn about the newly formed department of Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Sport Studies.

Continue reading this story