Dr. Seung Ai Yang of the School of Divinity reflects on this biblical theme.
Wellstone to give keynote address; other speakers are coming from both coasts and throughout the region.
Dr. Judith Dwyer updates the community on the progress of the strategic planning initiatives.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Mary Wollstonecraft’s novel April 12.
You won’t be able to use e-mail nor access Web pages during the 8-10 a.m. outage.
These UMAIE courses give students firsthand immersion in Spanish culture.
Please remember in your prayers Victoria Bailey, mother-in-law of Dr. Kenneth Goodpaster Please remember in your prayers Victoria Bailey, mother-in-law of Dr. Kenneth Goodpaster, Koch Chair in Business Ethics, and mother of Harriet Goodpaster. Bailey died Feb. 18. Funeral services were held at the First Methodist Church in Clayton, Ga
Read some heartwarming speeches by this year’s St. Thomas Day award winners.
Friends of Mama D offer discounts for students at this special event
Find out which gifts qualify for $5 million match and where the money goes.
Catholics will gather Saturday, March 25, at the Minneapolis Convention Center for a daylong event featuring a wide variety of speakers, workshops and exhibits.
Tommies play in national semi-final game tonight.
The Keffers are touched by the welcome they receive; even the poorest of families insists on sharing something when Charlie and Barb pay a visit.
Computing and Communication Services reminds the campus community that anti-virus software is available free of charge.
One would be an outgrowth of the St. Thomas Hispanic Pre-College Program; others would serve Hmong and African-American students.
Please remember in your prayers Charles Smith Sr., father-in-law of Victoria Smith, administrative assistant in the Graduate School of Business. He died earlier this month. A funeral service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 17, at Estes Funeral Chapel, 2210 Plymouth Ave. N., with visitation one-half hour before services.
This national event is April 27; your ideas and suggestions will help make UST’s celebration a success.
All are welcome to attend discussion on Cuban society from 2 to 4 p.m. in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.