With the snow melting and sun beginning to shine, the St. Thomas campus kept busy with exciting events
that welcomed the warmer weather. The 28th annual International Dinner, held April 1 in Woulfe Alumni Hall,
allowed students from all backgrounds to represent their cultures from around the world. The “
#youarewel-comehere” theme featured performances and a globally influenced dinner. On April 12, St. Thomas’ CRU held
My Story, giving students the opportunity to share their faith testimonies in front of an audience; the event also
featured singing groups Cadenza and the Summit Singers.
The Catholic Studies Department held its annual talent show in the OEC Auditorium with students putting their
best talents on display. St. Thomas’s Diversity and Activities Board (DAB) held the Dear World photo shoot, in
which participants wrote meaningful messages on their bodies. In addition, DAB held a Painting of the Mississippi River event during April. Finally, STAR put on plenty of events as well, including Casino Night, DIY Tie
Blankets and a performance by Jamie Lono. Overall, the month’s huge variety of events could appeal to every
student on campus.
1. Three students participate in DAB sponsored Dear World event, Apr. 27th.
2. Jamie Lono performs in Scooter’s for Thursday Night Live.
3. Two students paint at DAB’s Paint the Mississippi River event.
4. A student cutts her fleece blanket at STAR’s DIY fleece blanket event.
5. Casino night participants in Scooter’s.
6. Cadenza performs at Cru’s My Story event.
7. Students sing during the Catholic Studies Talent Show.
8. Students dance during the International Dinner.
Photos: Dear World ( 1), Isa Tine ( 2, 6); Olivia Zipperer ( 3, 4); Allie Vognild ( 5); Caitlin Morley ( 7) Elsa Langenwalter ( 8)
Page: Allie Vognild