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Humans of St. Thomas: Talia Nadir
The Health Care Continuum
The Rules of Engagement
Diving Into Data
Depth of Field: 'Moonshine Abbey'
The Modern Workplace: A Q&A with Jennifer Finkelson of Aveda
Depth of Field
Humans of St. Thomas
Papal Visit 2015
In the News
In Our Prayers
Risk, Rescue and the Perils of a Female Firefighter
Living and Learning as One
Two Friends, No Map and a VW Bus
Primp and Cheap Chic
St. Thomas Magazine
St. Thomas Lawyer
St. Thomas Engineer
Public Safety Notices
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Tickets still available for ‘Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding’ Oct. 20
Don't miss it!
Pepsi beverage proposals accepted until Nov. 3
Through UST's contract with Pepsi, funds are available. Have a say in how we spend the money.
Laumakis will present ‘Confucius and Plato on ‘Family Values” Oct. 26
What is Confucius' account of xiao or filial piety? Does Plato share this view?
‘Women and the Vote: Still a Work in Progress’ to be held Oct. 18
The political participation of women and the importance of "the women's vote" in the 2000 presidential election will be discussed.
A noon conversation about the upcoming election is set for Oct. 19
The presidential election, Minnesota's senate race and the 4th Congressional District race will be discussed.
National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week is Oct. 16-21
Jump on the bandwagon and be a lifesaver.
Half of Lot H will be closed Thursday and Friday
It's Fall Tommy Days; Morrison Hall underground parking is available.
More activities planned with visitors from Ghana today and tomorrow
Click here for photos of Ghanaian Bishop Peter Sarpong and his musical troupe.
Organizations: Real estate student group, Theology Club
Explore a career in medicine Nov. 11
Pre-med advisers will host daylong program for undergraduates.
International Credit Union Week: Celebrations scheduled at both Twin Cities campuses
Stop by for refreshments and a raffle, and discover the advantages offered by the UST Employee Federal Credit Union.
Parents’ Gathering on infant, child massage Oct. 24
Infant massage instructor Marcia Kading will discuss the benefits of and demonstrate the specialized massage techniques.
Students sponsor awareness week about School of Americas protests
Student Coalition for Social Justice members are preparing to travel to Georgia to voice their concerns.
Applications invited for new position of assistant or associate vice president for academic affairs
Application review begins today.
Budget managers: Your forms are in the mail
Training sessions are available in St. Paul and Minneapolis next week.
Sports preview and highlights
Tommies end Mac's 38-game winning streak in women's soccer.
Will you help design the Tommy mascot of the new millennium?
All are invited to submit drawings, designs for the new mascot; deadline is Dec. 1.
Technology Today: Office 2000 is coming
The upgrades begin this fall.
Oct. 14 is ‘School of Education Day’ in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Minnesota
Gov. Ventura and mayors Coleman and Sayles Belton proclaim Oct.14 as 'University of St. Thomas School of Education day.'
Mingle with the mummies in a Trail of Terror
The attraction begins today and continues through Halloween.
Check out the job opportunities
Laura DeMarais’ farewell reception Oct. 20
All are invited to stop by.
Location change: Administrative Systems Information Session to be held in Room 304, Murray-Herrick Campus Center
Discussed will be a new computing system that will follow strategic directions announced this fall by the Rev. Dennis Dease.
Fifth lecture in ‘Life and Death’ series is Nov. 2
Harvard Divinity School dean and noted rabbi to give lecture sponsored by Jay Phillips Center for Jewish-Christian Learning.
‘Gendered Risk: Women and Addiction’ talk is Tuesday
Kelly James, Sociology Department, will present this first talk in a series sponsored by the Women's Studies Program.