Every Friday at 9 a.m. the freshmen class, which consisted of approximately 500 students, was required to attend an hour-long convocation in the small auditorium – an obligation that was obeyed with less than little enthusiasm. No one wanted to be there; however, what occurred one beautiful autumn morning is something that I will never forget.
The first is scheduled for Monday, March 10, and will focus on the goals of Catholic Mission, Diversity and Inclusive Culture, and Globalization. Faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to attend.
She will undergo surgery on Friday, March 7.
The City of St. Paul has issued a parking restriction due to the high volume of snow narrowing residential streets.
Log in to Murphy Online to view total rewards statements under Employee Services, Benefits and Deductions.
The annual used book sale will be held April 14-17 in O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library. Drop off books for donation today through April 10.
A secure link to the survey will be sent to students on Tuesday, March 4.
The Selim Center is hosting the March 11 talk by Dr. Tom Misa, who wrote the book on Minnesota’s computer industry. The talk is free if you are from St. Thomas.
She was the mother of Mallory Burnham, a senior at St. Thomas, and Davis Burnham, a senior at Eastview High School in Apple Valley.
Mitte has cerebral palsy and will talk about overcoming adversity. His talk, sponsored by the University Lectures Committee, is open to members of the St. Thomas community.
This is the 12th year for the popular noon programs in the “leather room.” Bring your lunch; some refreshments are provided.
Students gain valuable courtroom experience in Misdemeanor Clinic.
Sales volume dropped last month, but researchers say it doesn’t indicate a long-term weakness in the Twin Cities housing market.
Central Receiving will begin receiving deliveries on Monday, March 3, at the Anderson Student Center dock instead of its south campus location at the north end of McCarthy Gym.
A ‘Good Question,’ MPR’s ALS series, opinions and expertise are highlighted in this week’s headlines.
Ninety-two St. Thomas employees, including 70 staff members and administrators and 22 faculty members, have signed up for voluntary retirement incentive plans. A celebration to thank them for their years of service will be May 22.
Erica Wilson '11 was entombed for 22 minutes under five feet of snow on a remote mountain in British Columbia. She never should have made it home.
Beginning March 5, Campus Ministry and the Wellness Center invite students, faculty and staff of all faith traditions to take part in a 40-day Mind, Body and Spirit Challenge to quiet their minds, renew their bodies and foster their spirits.
Body Image Week – #iambeautifulUST – is sponsored by the Wellness Center, Counseling and Psychological Services, and Health Services.
A call for humility, compassion and a second chance.
The speaker is former St. Thomas theology professor William Cavanaugh, now of DePaul University.
Environmental History Professor to Discuss Society’s Dependence on Automobiles in Lecture Here March 4
Macalester’s Christopher Wells is author of “Car Country: An Environmental History.” The talk is free and open to all.
Retired Supreme Court Justices to Offer Perspectives on Local Court’s History Feb. 25 at School of Law
Current Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea will give the opening remarks.
On Monday, Feb. 17, MAC Safety and Security reported several thefts that recently occurred on its campus.
He will speak at Macalester College in the Leonard Center on Sunday, March 2. A limited number of tickets will be available to UST students beginning at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, at Tommie Central.