Faculty and staff who are covered under the University of St. Thomas Blue Cross/Blue Shield health insurance plans now are able to receive a flu shot at Health Services at no out-of-pocket expense.
New procedures will make the Tommie Award nomination process more user friendly. The deadline for nominations is 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24.
UST students, faculty and staff are invited to submit proposals for support of student-focused initiatives.
As Father Dennis Dease’s final year as president rolls along, Susan Alexander admits she is nervous about the search for her boss’ successor. She writes in The Scroll today that the St. Thomas community will survive – and thrive – during this uncertain time as long as we are open to possibilities, trust each other and remain true to our mission.
The University of St. Thomas Department of Public Safety has posted an advisory regarding a series of recent bike thefts.
Students, faculty and staff are asked to submit information on internationally themed events planned Nov. 12-16 to be published in the agenda for International Education Week.
She was the wife of Pierson (Sandy) Grieve, a member of the University of St. Thomas Board of Trustees from 1995 to 2010, and the grandmother of University of St. Thomas junior Heather Grieve.
Sponsored by the Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Council, the program begins early spring semester of the students’ junior years and lasts throughout the summer and fall semesters of their senior years.
Find out where burritos and taco shells really came from in this talk by Dr. Jeffrey Pilcher. The event is co-sponsored by seven UST departments.
The reports include census data, degrees conferred, retention and graduation rates, and student profiles.
Part of the Archbishop Ireland Memorial Lecture Series, the talk is titled “From Crisis to Holiness: Vatican II, Blessed John Paul II and the Renewal of the Ministerial Priesthood.”
Expect a few “Hail Marys,” passes and prayers, at this annual grudge match Saturday night under the lights.
Dave Nimmer is tired of what he calls the “mean season” of politics, where candidates for public office run ads that, in his words, “stretch the truth” at the least and “trample it” at the worst. He remains hopeful, he writes today in The Scroll, that civility might yet prevail.
Gael Fashingbauer Cooper ’89 and Brian Bellmont ’90 chronicle the lost toys, tastes & trends of the ’70s and ’80s in their book Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops? Among their recollections is the Generation X dog hero, Benji.
Topics for the “Sunberg Leadership Center Speaks About …” series were selected to enhance leadership skills and the overall student experience. All students are welcome.
As we near the end of the third quarter of 2012, the final story of the 2012 housing market in the Twin Cities is starting to take shape.
Take this opportunity to learn about the School of Law, meet students, faculty and staff, and tour the building, located on the Minneapolis campus.
The library provides an opportunity to register to vote, and supplies information voters can use to research the candidates and amendments that will be on the ballot in November.
Volunteer hosts are needed. Many international students are eager to experience this uniquely American celebration.
Carl Baumgaertner ’48 was the photo editor of the Kaydet, the St. Thomas Military Academy yearbook. He snapped the first aerial photo of campus on Dec. 6, 1941, from a J-3 Piper Cub piloted by George Kell, a fellow student who ran the Kaydet’s darkroom. St. Thomas has grown and changed since that photo was taken, and those changes have been documented from the sky above campus.
Martha McCarthy graduated in 2011, but she still feels linked to the St. Thomas community every day and what is happening on campus because of social media and the Web. Sharing that “common bond” is important and exciting, she writes today in The Scroll.