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Phi Beta Kappa Welcomes New Inductees

St. Catherine University welcomed 12 new members to the Phi Beta Kappa organization during an induction…

Q&A with St. Kate’s new Endowed Chair in Women’s Education

Professor and dancer Hui Wilcox, leads the Center for Mission with faculty colleagues Kate Barrett and…

Categories: Arts, Faculty, Social Justice

The O’Shaughnessy awarded $68,000 grant to present Octavia Butler's "Parable of the Sower"

The O’Shaughnessy was one of forty grant recipients chosen by the Minnesota State Arts Board on November…

Categories: Announcement, Arts, Awards

Eyes Wide Open: Amy Herman wants people to see the world clearly

Open your eyes. Turn on your ears. Engage all of your senses, and carefully, painstakingly observe the…

Categories: Arts, Community, Liberal Arts

Dorothy Day’s granddaughter returns to St. Kate’s to share her new book

To write about her grandmother, Kate Hennessy spent time in St. Kate’s library — pouring over 30 years…

Categories: Community, Liberal Arts

Professor presents at annual Harry Potter Conference in Pennsylvania

Cecilia Konchar Farr's Oct. 20 keynote is titled “It's Complicated: The Relationship Between the Harry…

Categories: Faculty, Liberal Arts

Phi Beta Kappa scholar to visit classes; give Oct. 12 lecture

Paige West will draw from years of research in Papua New Guinea to address how inequalities are produced,…

O’Shaughnessy wins $145,000 Knight Foundation grant with Rosy Simas Danse and the Ordway

The partners will use the Knight Arts Challenge funds to produce “WEAVE: Blanketing St Paul in Native…

Categories: Arts, Community

St. Kate’s alumna lands coveted arts residency

Annie Hejny served as artist-in-residence with Lanesboro Arts. This article includes a Q&A with the Twin…

Categories: Alumnae, Arts, Community

Visiting artist explores silence and noise

For Mihret Kebede Alwabie, silence speaks volumes. Catch her in three events Sept. 25–29.

Categories: Arts, Liberal Arts