For information related to services and resources for veterans at St. Thomas, visit the university’s Veteran Resources website.
All supplies collected will go the VISION site in northern India.
This free workshop is open to and designed for all St. Thomas seniors.
You may see an Army Air Force nurse on campus Thursday and Friday in full dress uniform, and if so, shake her hand and thank her for her service to her country. Actually, the “nurse” will be sophomore Lisa Weier in the World War II outfit that she will wear to Saturday’s “Victory Ball,”an annual dance sponsored by the St. Thomas Swing Dance Club. She writes about the event today in The Scroll … and wants you to attend!
As usual, the meeting will include lots of door prizes.
The St. Thomas community is invited to stop by the Anderson Student Center and visit with the student researchers.
A St. Thomas ID is required; check current wholesale book prices online.
The Wellness Center will hide several caches this month.
An information session is scheduled for tomorrow. Planning early is essential because it will take at least six to eight weeks to put together a competitive application.
A student researcher, assisted by a faculty mentor, seeks volunteers to help him compare the benefits of walking vs. vigorous exercise. Rewards include better health, possible weight loss and new skills.
The picnic will be held today at the university’s Stewardship Garden.
The dinner will include a build-your-own taco bar and raffle prizes.
Public Safety recommends using hardened U-style locks to secure bicycles to bike racks on campus.
Everyone is invited to the performance; donations are requested.