Help celebrate her 12 years of service in the Human Resources Department.
Assist Japanese students with afternoon and evening activities.
The Residence Life Office presented awards to some people who have helped make St. Thomas a positive living environment.
Thomas and Patricia Holloran Distinguished Chair in Management Practice announced at graduate school's 25th anniversary program last night.
Find out exactly what happened, how UST responded and how to help prevent future viruses from spreading.
UST won the 1999-2000 women's championship for the 14th time in 15 seasons. In the last 28 seasons, UST men have claimed first 20 times and second the other eight seasons.
This group will identify the needs of UST student parents.
A panel of parents will share ideas and experiences about the tricky business of balancing many roles.
This year's conference theme is "The Force of Love in Action."
Training and Development offers this session for UST faculty and staff.
St. Thomas' Great Books Reading Group will continue to meet over the summer, with a discussion of Henry James' Portrait of a Lady from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, in...
Some courses are still accepting applications.
Freshmen and sophomores are encouraged to apply for scholarships and enter the Air Force ROTC program in the fall.
Dan Bishop received the club's $500 Merit Scholarship.
Remember to bring items for the Food Shelf to the tournament.
Say "farewell" to Jim Ahler and Dr. Eric Jaede.
Recycle your 'throwaways.'
Omicron Delta Kappa is holding its end-of-the-semester drive to collect books and other items for Africa.
Lambda Sigma Tau announces and congratulates its new officers for the 2000-2001 academic year:President Tina Kendig, Vice President Heather Houndt, Secretary Melissa Sanchez, Tre...
The shut-offs are necessary so that repairs can be made to the systems.
The outstanding contributions of many members of the campus community were recognized by the Center for Student Leadership and Activities.
Congratulations to Onar Primitivo and Dr. David Penchansky for their outstanding service to the St. Thomas community.
Tired from studying or grading papers? Take a break and escape to other civilizations.
And you thought you had lots to do.
Physical Plant and a fire alarm company will test the university's alarms over the next few weeks.