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  • April 12, 2005

    The St. Edwards's University School of Humanities is pleased to present a reading by its English professor and national award-winning writer, Catherine Rainwater, PhD, as part of its Visiting Writer Series. On Wednesday, April 27, Rainwater will read selected works including "The Way Things Break...

  • March 31, 2005

    In Fall 1974, St. Edward's welcomed seven new students to campus as part of New College, an experimental one-on-one degree program for adult students whose access to higher education was limited by family, work and community demands. The university will celebrate the success of New College at an...

  • March 30, 2005

    When Ugly finally emerges from his egg, he is greeted by a barnyard full of adorable ducklings and the overwhelming knowledge that he is different. In this heartwarming musical comedy, based on Hans Christian Anderson's "The Ugly Duckling," we are reminded that through accepting others, we can...

  • March 23, 2005

    Competition for scholarships can be fierce — especially when it's for a year of free tuition valued at more than $17,000. But for 17-year-old Sam LaCroix, a senior at Lake Travis High School in Central Texas, there were no lengthy applications or nightmare-inducing essays. Instead, it all...

  • March 23, 2005

    This summer, St.Edward's University Athletics Program is holding a variety of camps. For kids ages 5-18, the camps run from May 30-August 4. Some camps are day camps and some are overnight. Each camp focuses on a different sport including: cheerleading, basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis,...

  • March 16, 2005

    Looking back, amazing developments have been made in the variety and production of food crops through extensive plant breeding, mechanization, irrigation, fertilization and other changes. Looking forward, St. Edward's University School of Natural Sciences presents "Harvest of the Future: Exploring...

  • March 14, 2005

    In Fall 1974, St. Edward's welcomed seven new students to campus as part of New College , an experimental one-on-one degree program for adult students whose access to higher education was limited by family, work and community demands. New College now has more than 2,500 alumni who hold jobs in just...

  • March 14, 2005

    On Thursday, March 31, Father J. Bryan Hehir will present his lecture "The Iraq Debate: A Religious Moral Perspective" as part of The Most Reverend Bishop John McCarthy Lecture Series on the Catholic Church in the 21st Century. Drawing on his personal and professional experience — including 19...

  • March 3, 2005

    This summer, don't send your kids to an ordinary day camp. Instead, set their imagination free through one of four music or drama camps hosted by St. Edward's University. Covering a range of ages and offered throughout the summer, the camps offer college-level instructors in concert with local...

  • February 25, 2005

    "Can I Kiss You?" While you've probably heard this question asked in the movies, chances are you've never heard it in real life. But, according to relationship guru and author Mike Domitrz, the world would be a better place if you had. Domitrz believes the question is important because it provides...