As the demolition of O’Shaughnessy Hall began Thursday, with the west wall of the third-floor gymnasium coming down stone by stone, Doug Hennes wondered, “What would Tom Feely have thought about this?” The late Feely played, coached and taught in the gym for 50 years. You can read Hennes’ observations today in The Scroll.
Full-time UST MBA student John Kamman and I traveled to Mali, Africa for two weeks over J-term. Our trip was part of a non-profit independent study course through UST. Our group consisted of eight students (from areas including engineering, sociology, French, and business), four professors, and Kate Herzog (MBA ’09). It was a great hands-on [...]
Faculty and staff who are planning to travel off campus overnight with students – either domestic or international – will want to refer to the procedures on this new site.
Undergraduate students who apply through the Tommie Law Early Admission Program are exempt from taking the LSAT. An informational session will be held Tuesday, March 23.
Requests for the participation of a bishop at an on-campus event are due by Thursday, April 15.
Go global with CultureLink at the Thursday, March 18, session.
Four informational sessions will be held this week concerning the pilgrimage, which will include visits to Fatima, Santiago de Compostela, Avila and Madrid.
Nomination forms and a letter of recommendation are due by 5 p.m. Friday, March 26.
Dr. Andrew Scheiber’s topic is: “‘I Don’t Worry About a Thing Because I Know Nothing’s Gonna Be All Right’: the Blues Aesthetic as Equipment for Living in the 21st Century.”
He will give a brief lecture on his time in the U.S. Senate and what his vision is for Minnesota.
The award is part of the UST Acts of Kindness Campaign, which identifies, promotes, supports and inspires acts of kindness across the UST community.
Two students were injured by a group of four to eight males.
Both fellowship recipients will receive $4,000 stipends to support their research, and $1,500 stipends will be provided to their faculty sponsors.