Chapter Events

Alumnae events are planned for chapters around the Twin Cities and all over the country.


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    St. Catherine University has active alumnae chapters in the Twin Cities and across the United States. Meet with alumnae in your community for educational, professional and cultural networking opportunities. All chapter events are open to everyone!


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Gypsy, starring Mary Robin Roth '77

Date/time: Sunday, August 20, 2 p.m.
Location: Cahn Auditorium on the campus of Northwestern University

St. Catherine University alumna Mary Robin Roth stars as Mama Rose in the ultimate tale of an ambitious stage mother fighting for her daughters’ success…while secretly yearning for her own. Set all across America in the 1920s, when vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born, the brassy score by Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim is packed with hits, including Everything’s Coming Up Roses, Let Me Entertain You, You Gotta Get a Gimmick and Some People.

A block of tickets have been reserved at the reduced price of $55. Please email Maura by August 1 if you are planning to attend.

A visit with St. Kate's President Becky Roloff is in the works for fall 2017. Stay tuned for more details! Please note that the date has changed from June 3, which was listed in the spring issue of St. Catherine University Magazine.

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#WeAreAllCriminals: The School-to-Prison Pipeline and the Creation of Youthful "Criminals"

Saturday, September 16

  • 10 a.m.: Presentation by Nancy Heitzeg, Ph.D., St. Kate's Professor
  • Noon: Lunch at a nearby restaurant, location TBA

Location: MacRostie Art Center, 405 First Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Cost: Free

This session will explore how the school-to-prison pipeline criminalizes youth at younger and younger ages. With an increase in zero tolerance policies and police in the schools, children are being criminalized for typical youthful behavior, and pushed on a pathway to criminalization and incarceration. Professor Heitzeg will also address efforts to end the school-to-prison pipeline, locally and nationally.

Dr. Heitzeg is a Professor of Sociology & Co-Director of the Critical Studies of Race/Ethnicity Program. She writes and presents widely on issues of race, class, gender, and social control with attention to the school to prison pipeline and the prison industrial complex. Dr. Heitzeg's most recent book, The School to Prison Pipeline: Education, Discipline & Racialized Double-Standards, was published in 2016. She is the co-editor of an online series, Criminal InJustice, which is devoted to encouraging public education & action on issues of mass incarceration.

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Have questions about chapter events that aren't answered here? Contact Kelly Povo '09, Chapter manager, 651-690-6063.

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