If you haven’t received your pin by Wednesday, call the International Education Center.
Through the efforts of many campus community members, guests from the Listening House and Dorothy Day Center enjoyed a holiday celebration.
The St. Thomas Credit Union celebrates the close of its 50th year of service to UST employees and announces its holiday hours.
Campus Mail Services has two unclaimed items that were delivered to UST.
Ornaments made by a local artist are on sale in Campus Ministry and the Volunteer Center.
Sophomore allegedly created elaborate hoax in effort to get St. Thomas to leave him cash buried in a Little Canada volleyball pit.
UST’s Strategic Directions Feedback Form Web site will be available until Friday, Dec. 17.
Users will find quicker and more detailed graduate-programming information.
All seniors must indicate which photo they want to be included in the yearbook.
Study Guides Web site helps you with study techniques, test preparation and writing and reading skills.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Cormac McCarthy’s book on Jan. 6.
Faculty and staff can get 31-day passes through payroll deduction.
The holidays and January Term are historically slow news times, so Bulletin Today will not be sent every day.
The Leaders of Today and Tomorrow conference encourages college women to get involved in community and political affairs.