The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Shakespeare’s play March 15.
All members of the campus community can participate in these one-time, one-hour sessions.
Dr. Judith Dwyer lists the search committee members and visits by a search firm.
Fifty-eight individuals are willing to discuss issues ranging from chronic health issues to international living.
Separate event also planned for those who care for the disabled.
Newbery winner Russell Freedman will give the keynote lecture.
Interested students of all majors and fields are welcome to try out for spring semester host and anchor positions.
Commuter, international, graduate and nontraditional students are invited to bring your families or join your UST friends in an evening of sports and socializing.
UST seniors Meghann Schmidt and Craig Woodward will perform.
This is a reprint of “Good News,” the weekly reflection written by Campus Ministry staff and students that is distributed at Sunday Masses at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
UST’s Susan Windley-Daoust will lead the discussion at the Casa Guadalupana Catholic Worker.
All members of the St. Thomas community — especially students from all majors — are encouraged to submit literary and artistic work. Deadline is March 1.
FastTrac is a program designed to help entrepreneurs learn the skills to develop successful business ventures.
UST’s Cris Toffolo and Luther Seminary’s Charles Amjad-Ali will speak.
UST, CSB-SJU compete in new “game” of heartfelt service. Donations, which will be given to Caring and Sharing Hands, can be brought to the party, traded for shuttle ride to Tommy-Johnnie basketball game, or brought to Morris Dees’ lecture (also that evening).
Two UST faculty members created “The Journalist’s Primer.”
Check “NewsNight Minnesota” at 7 p.m. tonight and Thursday.
Six areas chosen for study are: Catholic identity and university mission, diversity, enrollment, faculty, finances and facilities, and technology.