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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
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STAR announces fall film series
"The Whole Nine Yards" will be shown Oct. 11.
School of Education to host North American simulation, gaming conference
Participants from throughout the world will be at the Minneapolis campus Oct. 11-14; Dr. Diane Stoy is conference chair.
Panel discussion Oct. 11 on the 4th Congressional District race
You'll hear from campaign staff members representing Betty McCollum, Linda Runbeck and Tom Foley.
Collaborative Urban Educator Program to hold info sessions
CUE helps those from underrepresented populations earn their teaching license.
Feeling low? Get help on National Depression Screening Day tomorrow
If you or a friend are feeling down and can't shake yourselves out of it, you might be experiencing clinical depression, which is treatable.
School of Education to celebrate 50 years of graduate programs
St. Thomas' oldest grad program to celebrate with open house at Opus Hall Saturday, Oct. 14.
Organizations: Pre-Law Society Mock Trial is tomorrow
Artists: Here’s a possibility to expose your work
A senior is looking for artists who work with food as a subject or medium.
Career News: Seniors, try on-campus recruiting
Target, Best Buy and Computer Sciences Corp. will be on campus looking for employees.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
‘What are Fuzzy Sets and Why?’
Carol Walker of New Mexico State University will answer this question and more at discussion as part of the Center for Applied Mathematics Lecture Series.
Globalization: Issues and Opportunity in the New Millennium conference Nov. 2-3
The Master of International Management Program is the sponsor of this event to be held on the Minneapolis campus.
Don’t walk alone: Call Student Escorts
They will escort you within a six-block radius of campus.
Anderley, Van den Berghe, Thyen promoted to associate vice presidents
Terry O'Connor announces the promotions and that a search will begin for an associate vice president for human resources.
UST to dedicate Rome campus on Friday
Executive Vice President Dr. Judith Dwyer calls new campus "an exceptional fit for the mission of the university."
Organizations: Community Cleanup service project
Clubs can volunteer to help elderly or disabled neighbors with their yard work.
Washington Semester info session is Tuesday
Students take classes at American University and intern in Washington, D.C.
Stop by farewell reception for Beth Pitzel
Web course development classes offered for faculty
Yearbooks available this week for faculty and staff
Remember your special students. Pick up your yearbook in the CSLA office.
Fifty-cent UST mug refills once again offered starting today
Refills of pop and coffee are available only in the Grill.
Campus Security: Annual Campus Security Report available
Contact Public Safety for this report on campus crime statistics and institutional policies.
Departments, student clubs invited to showcase their areas at Information Fair Nov. 11
The fair will be part of the festivities for Family Weekend Nov. 10-12.
All College Council open house tomorrow
Stop by for a cookie and informal conversation with your ACC representatives.
World-traveling Cuban band Mezcla to perform here Friday
Find out why Carlos Santana loves these guys. Free concert and dance starts at 7 p.m.; reception planned about 9:30 p.m.