To celebrate Patrick's new book, The Commandant of Lubizec, The University Chair in Critical Thinking, Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, and Saint John's Pottery invited a community reading group on March 27, 2014, at the Pottery Studio on Saint John's University campus to share thoughts on The Commandant of Lubizec and visit with Patrick Hicks, a 1992 SJU alumni.
On February 27, 2014, we celebrated the publication of Larry Haeg's Harriman vs Hill - Wall Street's Great Railroad War. The Saint John's Pottery Studio hosted the event, which was sponsored by the College of Saint Benedict Literary Arts Institute, Saint John's Pottery Studio, McCarthy Center, and the University Chair in Critical Thinking. An alumni and former member of the SJU staff, Larry has remained active on both campuses serving on the CSB Board of Trustees and lending his advice and support to both campuses. He had a long and successful career in communications and the media starting from his earlier days as a broadcast journalist with WCCO and continuing through his role as Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications for Wells Fargo.
To celebrate the new edition of Simon's Night, The University Chair in Critical Thinking, the Pottery Studio, the CSB/SJU English Department and the College of Saint Benedict Literary Arts Institute invited a community reading group on January 22, 2014, to the Pottery Studio on Saint John's University campus to share thoughts on Simon's Night and memories of Jon's days at Saint John's.