Dr. Ralph Pearson announces that Dr. Miriam Williams will serve as interim dean of the School of Education.
Public Safety reports that a locked vehicle left unattended for only eight minutes was broken into.
Come to the first meeting tomorrow.
Get ready to take the stage!
Remember: You could be dropped from a class if you don’t show up on the first day.
The dean’s office can answer questions, help you resolve issues or refer you to the appropriate department.
Faculty developed or revised service-learning components of their courses.
Faculty and staff members and students are invited to a demonstration meeting Monday.
Six Chinese artists from Taiwan also will give demonstrations of traditional Chinese arts during their visit.
The moderator of “Washington Week in Review” will give a free talk, “Politics, Policy and Reality: What’s Really Going on in Washington.”
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Here is the text of his Sept. 5 speech.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will host its first meeting of the year at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5, in Koch Commons. Everyone’s welcome. Join the fun; there’s free music and ice cream, too.
Course teaches the sympto-thermal method and is free to engaged or married St. Thomas student couples.
“My heartfelt thanks to the St. Thomas community for the outpouring of support after my mother’s unexpected death last month. It has been such a difficult time for me and my family, and your condolences and support meant so much. Your contributions to my mother’s memorial garden will help her memory live on and bloom [...]
My deep and sincere gratitude to the St. Thomas community for the overwhelming outpouring of cards, sympathy and prayers for me and my family, and on behalf of my sister, Shirley Robertson, who recently passed away. It is truly a gift to work where people care about one another. Special thanks to Monsignor Lavin, who [...]