St. Olaf College's Flaten Art Museum hosts We No Longer Consider Them Damaged: The Abstract Photographs of Chandra McCormick and Keith Calhoun.
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 […]
Catholic Volunteer Network will be hosting a Virtual Volunteer Fair this Fall Semester. Please save the date! Our Virtual Fair will take place in two parts: Part 1 – Monday, November 9th, 4:30pm – 7:30pm Eastern Part 2 – Tuesday, November 10th, 11:30pm-2:30pm Eastern This will be an opportunity for students of all majors to […]
The Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science (MSCS) department will have supplies to make hand turkeys (paper, markers, scissors) by the homework boxes in 3rd floor Regents Hall of Mathematical Sciences that people can make throughout the week before finals to write down what they are thankful for about the MSCS department. Social distancing is expected […]
The 23rd Sunday after Pentecost; Service of Holy Communion. Associate College Pastor Katherine Fick will deliver the sermon presided by College Pastor Matthew Marohl. 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 […]
Join us for our eighth episode of Sounds from St. Olaf.
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-3
The chapel speaker today will be Jeff Dixon; Project Programmer, Information Technology. 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 […]
CALLING ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN African Studies, Culture, Economics, Education, Gender Studies, Health Related, Health/Pre-Med, Political Science, Social Policy, Sociology, or Women's Studies! Julie Falk with SIT will be hosting an information session on St. Olaf's new semester off-campus study program, Global Health and Human Rights in Kenya. Click here to RSVP for this event! […]
The St. Olaf Student Organizations Committee is hosting a trivia event through Kahoot! One leader from each student organization will sign up for the event, and the top three winners will be awarded funding for their organization. RSVP here! Learn more here.
The chapel speaker today will be Katherine Fick; Associate College Pastor. 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 […]
The Institute for Freedom and Community will host a conversation with Mike Osterholm, who serves as Regents Professor, McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair in Public Health, and Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota, titled "Public Policy and Covid-19."
The chapel speaker today will be Lacy Williams, a senior student. 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 […]
This event is for students who are interested in the Environmental Science in Australia and New Zealand International and Off-Campus Program for Spring 2022. Join IOS, past program leader Michon Weeks, and program leaders Jay Demas and Laura Listenberger to learn more! RSVP here! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/environmental-science-in-australia-and-new-zealand-interest-meeting
Connect with STEM alumni to learn about preparing for life after graduation. This brief session is appropriate for St. Olaf students of all majors, classifications (first year, sophomore, junior, and senior), citizenship statuses, and areas of interest. You do not need to have an interest in STEM or be in a STEM major to get […]
The chapel service today will be led by German Choir small ensembles, conducted by Lacy Williams '21. 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! […]
Vice President for Equity and Inclusion Bruce King will host and facilitate a virtual discussion, Voices in Black and Brown, with guest speakers Associate Professor of Philosophy Danny Munoz-Hutchinson, Assistant Professor of Religion Anthony Bateza, Director of Equity and Inclusion María C Pabón Gautier, and Associate Professor of Statistics and Education Sharon Lane-Getaz. Please click […]
Professors Rehanna Kheshgi (Music) and Christina Spiker (Art & Art History and Asian Studies), joined by members of the working group they led this July, will share success stories and discuss challenges related to the classes they have been teaching using a Labor-Based Assessment model this semester. Brief and accessible materials designed to introduce attendees […]
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
Interested in Fall 2021 Global Semester? Attend this meeting on November 12 at 5:00 pm via Zoom with IOS, Professor Bill Sonnega, and Professor Elizabeth Leer! RSVP here! Learn more here.
Speaking of Sex is a company designed to educate others on sex, love, and relationships through inclusive, comprehensive sex education for all identities, ages, and demographics. Founder and CEO Autumn Morris is a Certified Intimacy Educator and advocates for healthy sexuality. Hear Autumn speak about sex, social justice, and sexual racism during our webinar on […]
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 […]
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 […]
The St. Olaf After Dark Committee (ADC) will host an event featuring three live music performances from campus musicians and fall-themed crafts. Individually packaged snacks and refreshments will be offered. Learn more here.
Join San Francisco Oles in a virtual card-making event for Meals on Wheels SF. Meals on Wheels San Francisco delivers over 2 million meals to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities each year. Since 1970, the program has been packing handmade cards with each meal to help lift the recipients' spirits and remind them that […]
Join the Music Entertainment Committee for their last event of the semester! They are playing "Finish the Lyrics" on Kahoot and all attendees will get a stress ball and snacks in their P.O box. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/de-stress-with-mec