Camp Jack is a FREE six-week boot camp for college juniors and seniors and recent college graduates who have been out of the classroom for a maximum of two years who want to learn more about the advertising and creative industries. You don’t need to be an advertising or marketing major, but curiosity, collaboration and […]
Every Wednesday night in Seattle! Register here. Hot Toddy Night with Jody November 4, 7 - 8:30 p.m. Pacific, Zoom At 7 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month, bring a hot beverage of your choosing and a desire to connect with other Seattle Oles. You will find us on Zoom, ready to welcome […]
All Saints Sunday; Service of Holy Communion. College Pastor Matthew Marohl will deliver the sermon presided by Associate College Pastor Katherine Fick. James E. Bobb, Associate Professor in Music and the Cantor for the Student Congregation, will assist. Sunday Worship is a time of inspiration and worship for body, mind, and spirit; a meaningful beginning […]
St. Olaf EMT Education Coordinators will lead a CPR BLS (Basic Life Support) Certification from the American Heart Association. This event will take approximately four hours from start to finish, and will certify all students in BLS CPR. The BLS Instructor-led course teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both […]
As part of the National First-Generation College Celebration Week, the chapel speakers today will be Luis Mendez '22 & Tenzing Sakya '22. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to […]
The Piper Center, in collaboration with TRIO Student Support Services, will host a virtual event for First-Generation students. Agenda for the session: Welcome from the Piper Center (PC) Introduction of First-Generation Piper Center Coaches Introduction of all PC Coaches An overview of the services the Piper Center offers Peer Leaders will give an overview of […]
Eligible voters are invited to vote in the 2020 General Election on November 3rd, 2020.
The chapel speakers today will be Associate College Pastor Katherine Fick and College Pastor Matthew Marohl. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If […]
Speaker: Dr. Rashné Jehangir, University of Minnesota Register Here to attend the Zoom Presentation on Nov. 3, 2020. Rashné Jehangir, PhD. is the Beck Chair of Ideas and a Morse Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor in College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. An Associate Professor of Higher Education and […]
Join the campus community to view the results of the 2020 general election in the Pause! More details to come! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/2020-election-viewing-party
This virtual presentation will cover topics in chiropractic care, career information, information about Logan University, and the admissions requirements for the Doctor of Chiropractic Program. Join Zoom Meeting here. Meeting ID: 944 9924 4135 Passcode: 635810 Learn more here.
Each year we celebrate All Saints Day as we pause to remember those from our community who have died in the past year. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community […]
Stop by your front desks in the evening on Wednesday to pick up some prepackaged, grab-and-go snacks! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/snacks-in-res-hall-lobbys
Bring your ideas to our first Chicago Book Club Kick-off Meeting! That's right, Chicago Oles are creating a book club and would like you to share your input. Liz Archerd '15 and Katie Maxwell '17 are hosting a Kick-off Meeting for a Chicago Alumni and Parent Book Club on October 17 from 2-3 p.m. We'll discuss […]
The chapel speaker today will be Jenny Ortiz, Assistant Director of Wellness and Health Promotions. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you […]
Study Abroad 101 is a short informational session about studying off-campus. The session gives an overview of program options, how to use our web site, how to apply, financial aid/scholarships, and more! Sessions are available bi-weekly on Wednesdays or Thursdays. Zoom links for each session are available here.
Associate Chaplain Rabbi Shosh Dworsky will lead studies in Beginning Hebrew via Zoom every Thursday starting at 4 p.m. CT. Students, staff, and faculty are all welcome. Topic: Basic Hebrew Working from this text: The First Hebrew Primer: The Adult Beginner's Path to Biblical Hebrew, Third Edition Zoom link: https://stolaf.zoom.us/j/98070138195 Meeting ID: 980 7013 8195
Get to know the work of the Board of Regents Student Committee. Run by students for students, we work to ensure that the administration and the board of the college are aware of the issues that students are currently facing, and we push for change. Stop by, grab a coffee and a cookie (caffeine-free and […]
Hear from a panel of St. Olaf faculty and staff from first-generation college backgrounds: Cassandra Joiner, Bruce King, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Diane LeBlanc, Jeremy Loebach, and Stephanie Montgomery Register Here to attend the panel via Zoom on 11/5/2020.
Facilitated by the Lutheran Center for Faith, Values, and Community and College Ministry, this group of students meets to discuss interfaith engagement and learn more about their own and each's others core commitments and spiritual traditions.
Please stop by your residence hall lobby or look for a zoom link from your AC to have a space for reflection after the election. More information will be sent directly to students based on their residence hall. Learn more here.
Join us on Zoom: https://stolaf.zoom.us/j/98202100114 This presentation explores the sociopolitical changes taking place in Sub-Saharan Africa since the 1990s using examples from Francophone Sub-Saharan African literature. Mamah calls this era "postdemocratic," rather than "democratic," since the vaunted promises of democracy have not been implemented: civil wars, poverty, and massive population displacements have resulted from regimes calling […]
Come join the Ski and Snowboard Club for a showing of the documentary Few Words, an exciting narrative of the life of influential skier Candide Thovex. Candide is known most recently for his thrilling One of Those Days edits which have garnered over 50 million views on YouTube. However, he has had a career that […]
Are you a trivia buff? Join us every Thursday night for trivia sponsored by the Office of Student Activities! Each Thursday Night Trivia will consist of five themed rounds and will be hosted on Zoom. Players will submit their answers on an answer sheet. Answer sheets can be found online. Feel free to join as […]
Twin Cities: Alumni Resources Presentation Friday, November 6, 8-9 a.m. Via Zoom Webinar Oles in the Twin Cities are invited to attend a presentation on how St. Olaf College supports alumni during career transitions and on the job market. Did you know that we have a career coach dedicated to alumni? Have you heard about […]
The Sexual Assault Resource Network (SARN), Cultural Union for Black Expression (CUBE), and Political Awareness Committee (PAC) will be tabling for our upcoming event titled "Sex, Social Justice, and Sexual Racism" with Autumn Morris (scheduled for Nov. 12th). Learn more here.
Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you are unable to join us in person but would like to watch live or archived […]
Faculty and staff discuss Dialogues On: Race, an edited volume with seven short, thought-provoking chapters by Lutheran and other Christian BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) clergy, scholars, and activists. The discussion is facilitated by Bruce King, Vice President for Equity and Inclusion, and Deanna Thompson, Director of the Lutheran Center for Faith, Values, and Community.
Celebrate first-gen stories! This event is designed to promote conversations between first-generation college students at St. Olaf as they share their stories being the first in their family to pursue a four-year college degree. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, November 2.
A student theater production of the one-act play Vigilantes by Brigit van Gemeren ('23). It explores themes of friendship, patriarchy, revenge, and the ethics of taking someone else's crisis into your own hands. The play is student written, directed and performed. Estimated run time of 40 minutes. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/theater-production-of-vigilantes
This is a biannual event held by the Chinese Culture Club. We will meet in the Chinese Language House, located in the Finholt House (1127 W. 2nd Street). Food and drinks will be provided. Learn more here.
A student theater production of the one-act play Vigilantes by Brigit van Gemeren ('23). It explores themes of friendship, patriarchy, revenge, and the ethics of taking someone else's crisis into your own hands. The play is student-written, directed, and performed. Estimated run time of 40 minutes. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/theater-production-of-vigilantes-2