James Reeb Memorial Lecture: Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington

Tomson Hall 280

The Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington will visit St. Olaf College March 19 to deliver this year’s James Reeb Memorial Lecture, titled Social Justice 2018: The Work Continues … The lecture, which will begin at 4 p.m. in Tomson Hall 280, is free and open to the public. Washington will also offer a talk in Daily Chapel […]

Boldt Luncheon-Presentation

Tomson Hall 280

John Hale, underwater archaeologist and professor of archaeology at the University of Louisville, will offer a presentation on the history of Viking warships. All are welcome. There is no R.S.V.P. This event is sponsored by the O.C. and Patricia Boldt Chair of Humanities.

Recurring

The Crucible by Arthur Miller produced by the Muse Project

Tomson Hall 280

Written by Arthur Miller and directed by Noah Letscher '20 and Emily Schrader '20, the Muse Project's fall production is the Crucible! Join us in Tomson 280 for spooky theater and free food. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.

Free

China Town Hall

Tomson Hall 280

Featuring an interactive webcast with Ambassador Susan Rice followed by an on-site discussion with David Rank on "Climate, Diplomacy and U.S.-China Relations in the Era of Trump"

Kimi no Nawa (Your Name)

Tomson Hall 280

Come watch the #1 film from Japan (2016)! Kimi no Nawa follows two high schoolers on their journey to find each other after they mysteriously start switching bodies. From Director Makoto Shinkai (5 Centimeters per Second, The Garden of Words) Film will be shown in the original Japanese with English subtitles.

Free