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Family Weekend 2013
New International Partner
Cutting-Edge Digital Programs
Brown Scholars Make a Difference
Parents Volunteer
Hilltopper Family Spotlight
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Mark Your Calendar

Academic Reminders

Jan. 14: Spring 2013 classes begin
Jan. 18: Last day to change sections or add classes
Feb. 25 May graduation certifications due in the Office of the Registrar
March 11–16: Spring Break
March 28–30: Easter Break
April 4: Last day to withdraw from any class
May 9: End of semester
May 11: Commencement Ceremony

See the complete 2012–2013 academic calendar »

Upcoming Events on Campus

Homecoming and Family Weekend 2013
Family enjoying Homecoming Weekend Mark your calendar now for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2013. Visit your student, meet faculty and staff members, hear about our latest campus developments and get to know other Hilltopper families.
Register Now!
Time: For specific event times, see the Homecoming and Family Weekend 2013 schedule.
View Homecoming schedule (PDF) »
Location: St. Edward’s University campus

Kozmetsky Center Events and Speakers 2012–2013
Get insights on political, economic and social trends across the globe and their implications for the world community. Events are held on campus and are free and open to the public.
Feb. 16: A Conversation on Human Rights and Social Justice
Special campus event for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2013
Award-winning director and photojournalist
U. Roberto (Robin) Romano is a world-renowned human rights advocate, educator and investigative filmmaker. His documentary, The Harvest, presents the life of migrant families in America. This event includes a screening of parts of the documentary and a conversation between Romano and St. Edward’s University CAMP students and alumni.
Time: Noon–1:30 p.m.
Location: Jones Auditorium
Feb. 20: Social Justice and Music: Music to Build Bridges in Society
Public lecture with Woodrow Wilson Scholar Henry Mollicone, opera composer and conductor. Mollicone has also written works for orchestra, voice, chorus, ballet, film, television and theater, and is music director of the Winchester Orchestra of San Jose and the South Valley Symphony.
Time: 7–8:30 p.m.
Location: Jones Auditorium, Robert and Pearle Ragsdale Center
April 24: Sustainability
Public lecture with Glenn T. Prickett, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Senior Fellow with the United Nations Foundation and conservation expert. Prickett is senior vice president with Conservation International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the Earth’s biological diversity in over 40 countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa.
Time: 7–8:30 p.m.
Location: Jones Auditorium, Robert and Pearle Ragsdale Center
Learn more about Kozmetsky Center programs »

April 6: San Antonio Spurs Courtside Experience
Join St. Edward’s alumni and parents of current students for a special one-hour courtside view of the Spurs and the Atlanta Hawks pre-game warm up — then stay to see the game together in lower-level seats.
Time: 5:30–6:30 p.m. (Game begins 7:30 p.m.)
Location: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
For details, contact Kristina Weaner ’07, MSOLE ’12

April 11: Job & Internship Fair
With an attendance of 100 companies anticipated, Career Services will host its annual Job & Internship Fair. Top 5 industries represented: Technology, Government, Communications/Marketing, Financial Services and Nonprofits. Graduate schools and graduate school test preparation services will also be on hand. Students should bring their résumés and dress to impress.
Time: 1–4 p.m.
Location: Recreation and Convocation Center

March 16: New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade
March with members and friends of the St. Edward’s community in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
For details, contact Kristina Weaner ’07, MSOLE ’12

Mary Moody Northen Theatre 2013
Join Us for Our 40th Anniversary Season!
Feb. 14–24: MEASURE FOR MEASURE
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Michelle Polgar

Shakespeare’s last and darkest comedy is a moral tale of “might versus right” that examines who sins most in a congregation of murderers, pimps, politicians, whores, nuns and dukes. A thought-provoking, funny, rewarding evening of theater.
April 11–21: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Richard Robichaux

Join four young suitors as they negotiate mislaid babies, mistaken identities, secret engagements, an overbearing mother and some of the wittiest wordplay ever tossed over afternoon tea. This delightful comedy of manners features guest artists Barbara Chisholm, Robert Faires and Irene White.
June 13–30: THE SECRET GARDEN
Music by Lucy Simon; Book and lyrics by Marsha Norman; Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Directed by Robert Westenberg

11-year-old Mary, orphaned by a cholera outbreak, is sent from India to Scotland to live with her reclusive widower uncle. Lost in their grief, Mary and her family struggle to regain their footing. Mary’s discovery of a secret garden, and her dedication to revive the magical space, leads to rebirth and renewal for all.
All Show Times: 7:30 p.m. Thursday–Saturday
2 p.m. Sunday
Location: Mary Moody Northen Theatre
Cost: Call 512-448-8484 for tickets, or purchase tickets online
Learn more about these exciting productions »

Hilltopper Athletics Spring 2013 Season
Cheer on the Hilltopper teams in basketball, baseball, softball, tennis and golf.
Check out the game schedules »

 

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