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December 1, 2009
The latest from UST's faculty and staff.
Student Health Service offers H1N1 vaccinations again today
This is the second day the vaccine is being offered on campus. The vaccinations will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, and will be offered as long as supplies last.
How well do you know UST? (Question No.3)
Answer Institutional Research and Analysis’ weekly question correctly and you may win a UST coffee mug.
Minneapolis campus students: Here’s info on 2010 parking permits
You can renew or purchase new permits for spring semester starting Monday, Dec. 7.
Five hundred quarterfinal football playoff tickets reserved for Tommie fans
The 11-1 Tommies take on undefeated Linfield College, 11-0, in Oregon on Saturday.
UST veterans collect Toys for Tots on campus
The campaign will run from Tuesday, Dec. 1, through Thursday, Dec. 10, with a collection site on both the St. Paul campus and the Minneapolis campus.
English Department presents holiday reading Friday
Enjoy cookies, hot drinks and good cheer along with the holiday readings.
Commuter Center, USG announce snow emergency drive patrol
Volunteers will roam Parking Lot H tomorrow and the Anderson Parking Facility on Thursday to hand out hot chocolate, ice scrapers and winter parking information.
Beta Epsilon sponsors Poverty Banquet Dec. 4
Learn what it means to live in poverty and according to "class" divisions. The evening includes a short film, a speaker from Catholic Charities, artwork and music.
English students to present at Dec. 4 poster session
Students will display posters highlighting their scholarship from English classes and individual research.
Students address challenges, heartaches of HIV/AIDS through service-learning projects
Today is World AIDS Day. At St. Thomas, more than 1,000 students have participated in HIV/AIDS service-learning initiatives since 2004 when Dr. Kim Vrudny involved her students in a project for her Theology of Beauty course.