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American Matthay Association presents 2022 festival

Celebrating St. Scholastica’s Class of 2022

Feminism, Fatness and Fame

Saints’ improv club takes the stage

Author Yaa Gyasi to deliver in-person lecture

Annual sing-along returns for Easter

St. Scholastica welcomes Dr. Kevin Majeres

Still I Rise

Performers Jennifer Lien and Nicholas Susi

Juxtapositions: European Orientalism, Asian American and Asia

Journalist Kim Ghattas to present on rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran

Understudies and principles take the stage in upcoming production

Portrait of Dan Hartman

College hosts DECC leader for virtual presentation

St. Scholastica choir performing at O Holy Night.

O Holy Night to usher in the Christmas season

Lighting a Tradition event on the St. Scholastica Duluth campus.

Public invited to attend Vespers service and campus lighting events

Volunteers preparing for the Thanksgiving Day Buffett.

32nd annual Thanksgiving Day Buffet preparations are underway

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Three musical events to be hosted in St. Scholastica’s Mitchell Auditorium

Hands of a caregiver holding the hands of an aging person.

St. Scholastica to co-host Northland Diversity in Aging Series

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St. Scholastica to welcome ALLETE leader Maggie Thickens

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St. Scholastica hosts events to honor veterans

Close up image of the Coronavirus.

Discourse on interfaith perspectives

Alworth Peace and Justice Lecture Series Speakers Timothy Lorek and Andra Chastain.

Two scholars to discuss “21st Century Dispatches from Latin America”

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St. Scholastica’s upcoming colloquium to address language and identity

Northland colleges to celebrate women in leadership

St. Scholastica’s upcoming Peace and Justice series presentation to focus on “What We Can Learn from Newcomers”