Come and learn about studying Spanish in in Sevilla or Malaga, Spain, or in Zacatecas or Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Five St. Thomas spring teams compete this Saturday with the Tommies’ nationally-ranked men’s and women’s track and field teams taking center stage. St. Thomas hosts about 10 teams in a multi-team competition that begins at noon at O’Shaughnessy Stadium. Saturday’s meet will have an international flavor with several men’s and women’s athletes from Central University [...]
At the next QMCS colloquium, Dr. Thomas Sturm will discuss technological trends and their implications.
Anyplace that has a third of a million visitors is going to need a little cleaning once in awhile. According to Metropolitan Council park-use statistics, about that many visitors each year use the walking and biking paths along the St. Paul side of the Mississippi River from the Lake Street Bridge to the Ford Dam. [...]
Here are the changes and refinements you’ll find in Office 2000 for PCs.
Aronson becomes the first MIAC player to receive the elite award.
The QMCS Computer Science Club will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, in the fourth-floor lounge of O’Shaughnessy Science Hall. At the meeting, a representative of Imaginet, an Internet consulting, engineering and design company, will give a presentation. Visit Imaginet’s Web site for more information about the company, http://www.imaginet.com. For more information about the [...]
Receive a $5 coupon to use in any UST food service location for participating in a focus group Monday. Sign up by Friday.
He was founding dean of St. Thomas’ graduate business programs.
Project is now 10 years old; serves 300 West Side students and parents.
Joyner-Kersee was selected by Sports Illustrated at the best female athlete of the century.
Students, faculty and staff will be honored for leadership, vision and service at this ceremony, sponsored by the UST Center for Student Leadership and Activities.
Oh, the places you’ll go! It’s that time of year again; get ready to study abroad.
The new director holds a doctorate that integrates spirituality and psychology. She heads the 19-year-old program that trains BeFrienders from throughout North America.
Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. May 5 performance are $12.50. You can order online.
This year’s awards to go to Dr. Barbara LeTourneau, Jay Trumbower, Ron Goldstein, Tom Dolan, Dr. Karen Gulliver and Dr. Joanne Provo.
The April 10 lecture topic is “Tasting the Reign of God: The Meal Ministry of Jesus and Its Implications for Christian Worship and Life.”
Funds for summer session financial aid are limited.
There’s no excuse for not voting now!
Please remember in your prayers Everett Wolff, father of Peg Wolff and father-in-law of Dr. Bob Craig, chair of the St. Thomas Journalism and Mass Communication Department. Mr. Wolff died March 18 in Boston.