The outstanding contributions of many members of the campus community were recognized by the Center for Student Leadership and Activities.
The shut-offs are necessary so that repairs can be made to the systems.
Lambda Sigma Tau announces and congratulates its new officers for the 2000-2001 academic year: President Tina Kendig, Vice President Heather Houndt, Secretary Melissa Sanchez, Treasurer Kate Winkles, Sergeant at Arms Jennifer Wildtraut; Educator Kate McNamee, Service Chairs Kely Lein and Brigid O’Connell, Sisters Chairs Angelique Charles and Betsey Winzig, Social Chairs Noelle Meyer and Joanne [...]
Omicron Delta Kappa is holding its end-of-the-semester drive to collect books and other items for Africa.
The CSC administrator begins work at St. Thomas on May 22.
His keynote address will explore whether the use of technology in the classroom will produce a more democratic society, or one that benefits a select few.
Discounts are available if you register before June 1.
The symposium theme is “Rethinking Wealth Creation and Distribution in the Jubilee in Light of Catholic Social Thought.”
She will be taking a new position at the College of St. Catherine.
Powell has stepped down after four years to begin a sabbatical this fall.
Please remember in your prayers Anne Kirchgessner. She died of cancer at her home in St. Paul on Saturday, May 13. Anne, 46, is the wife of Bill Kirchgessner, executive director of marketing communications in University Relations, and is the mother of St. Thomas students Jake, a senior, and Katie, a freshman. Anne is a [...]
A brief video will be shown illustrating Cook’s work to help educate the Honduran poor both intellectually and spiritually.
School started on St. Paul campus with just 75 students and has thrived under leadership of deans Kotz, Evers and Fredrickson.