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.
A task force is forming to locate housing options and services for student-parents.
As in past years, the parking lot at the corner of Cretin and Summit avenues will be open for faculty and staff use over the summer.
Things should slow down around UST after finals week. Expect your Bulletin Today on Mondays during the summer.
Discounts are available if you register before June 1.
Fulbright scholar to address social justice issues related to technology at Classrooms of the Future VI Symposium
His keynote address will explore whether the use of technology in the classroom will produce a more democratic society, or one that benefits a select few.
Matt Hering selected for NCAA tennis championships; baseball team No. 2 seed in NCAA regional at Oshkosh, Wis.
The CSC administrator begins work at St. Thomas on May 22.
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He has been interim dean of St. Thomas' undergraduate program for adult and other nontraditional students since 1998.
School started on St. Paul campus with just 75 students and has thrived under leadership of deans Kotz, Evers and Fredrickson.
A brief video will be shown illustrating Cook's work to help educate the Honduran poor both intellectually and spiritually.
Please remember in your prayers Anne Kirchgessner. She died of cancer at her home in St. Paul on Saturday, May 13.Anne, 46, is the wife of Bill Kirchgessner, execut...
Powell has stepped down after four years to begin a sabbatical this fall.
She will be taking a new position at the College of St. Catherine.
The symposium theme is "Rethinking Wealth Creation and Distribution in the Jubilee in Light of Catholic Social Thought."
A Personal Reflection