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 […]
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 24th Sunday after Pentecost; 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 […]
The St. Olaf Taiko Drumming Group will be live-streaming a fall concert on Youtube at 3:30 pm on November 15th. Tune in and listen to music played on traditional Japanese instruments! A link to the stream will be sent out via email closer to the performance date.
Join us and ask questions before the early International & Off-Campus 2021-2022 application deadline! All our invited to attend, including students who have already studied off-campus, students planning to study off-campus, and IOS program advisors.
Returning from an off-campus study program? Interested in an off-campus study program? Connect with Oles you have studied off-campus with and interested Oles wanted to attend an off-campus study program. Celebrate the start of International Education Week! Click here to register at anytime. Join the meeting here! Learn more here.
How are you planning on taking care of yourself this finals season? Come talk to members of the Greater Than Campaign in Buntrock Crossroads to get some helpful ideas for self-care and information about some mental health resources! Learn more here.
During today’s chapel we will celebrate a Norwegian Christmas through songs, scripture and Norwegian traditions. 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 […]
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 […]
Bard Graduate Center | New York, NY MA & PhD Programs in Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture Virtual Grad Programs Info Session Tuesday, November 17, 4:00 - 5:00 pm EST Zoom Link: https://bgc-bard.zoom.us/j/95988142969 Zoom Passcode: 915626 For over 25 years, Bard Graduate Center has been training the next generation of curators, researchers, and museum […]
Get your last minute IOS application questions answered before the early deadline on November 18! The early deadline applies to CMRS, Harris Manchester, London School of Economics and Political Science, Japan programs, Term in Taiwan, Student Teaching in Chicago, and India programs. RSVP here. Learn more here.
The NYU School of Professional Studies Center for Publishing is pleased to invite you to participate in its upcoming information sessions. MS in Publishing: Digital and Print Media and 2021 Summer Publishing Institute (SPI) Online Information Sessions - Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Minnesota time The NYU Center for Publishing offers two […]
Interested in careers in publishing, communications, media, digital media and technology, writing and editing, or marketing? Please attend the upcoming NYU information session on November 17, 2020 at 6:00pm EST (5 pm in Minnesota). This is an important opportunity to learn more about two leading publishing programs, each of which provides a different pathway to […]
Interested in studying off-campus during your time at St. Olaf? Join in and learn more about studying off-campus and the application process. RSVP link here! Learn more here.
Dear all, The Political Awareness Committee (PAC), the Diversity Initiatives Support Committee (DISC), Amnesty International, and the Armenian students at St. Olaf college cordially invite you to join us for a talk with Karine Eurdekian and Armen Sahakyan on Wednesday, November 18th at 5 PM about the current war in Armenia. Here is the zoom […]
Philadelphia Oles Chapter's First Event Join us for a virtual happy hour hosted by Michael Crosson '09 and St. Olaf Alumni Board member Mariah DuBose '16 to meet other affiliated members across the city and to hear the latest happenings from the hill. This will be an informal virtual gathering intended to grow our network. Regional […]
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 […]
From the award winning author Madeline Miller Alumni, parents, and friends are invited to attend the November D.C. Oles book club meeting, hosted on Zoom. We will be reading Circe by Madeline Miller. " bold and subversive retelling of the goddess's story," this #1 New York Times bestseller is "both epic and intimate in its […]