St. Thomas will host the seventh-annual "IgboFest" Aug. 19.
The two-day celebration of Irish culture also will feature events such as poetry, wool spinning and theatrical performances.
Pick up tickets at the UST Box Office for Henrik Ibsen's 1890 psychological and social drama.
Human Resources has announced an additional holiday and some vacation policy changes.
CCS staff will make upgrades to prepare for the beginning of school.
Training and Development is featuring two new classes this month: Recognizing Generational Differences and Unlocking Intercultural Relations.
Girls participating in a recent engineering and manufacturing camp built and flew model airplanes.
St. Thomas has purchased a Snoopy sculpture. Look for him next week sitting obediently outside Christ Child Hall.
Physical Plant and S&S Tree Specialists will trim trees on UST campuses, starting this week.
The plans show how UST might develop the blocks bounded by Summit, Cleveland, Grand and Cretin avenues over the next two decades. Plans were presented to a community council Aug. 2.
Ramp contract and hourly parking still will be available on at least one level.
Give our neighbors a New Orleans-style welcome this year.
A steering committee will be formed to oversee the design process.
Faculty, staff, students, alumni and neighbors are welcome.
Planning to host a group on campus? Inform Food Service of your dining needs.
Students, faculty and staff and their friends and families are invited to get involved.
A Preferred Share account is being offered again with an annual percentage yield of 6.09 percent.
The talk on Testing Your Web Site will not be held.
Here's your chance to not only eat food on a stick, but to greet fair goers and share information about our university.
Air conditioning in the building will not be available beginning July 26; portable fans are being distributed.
Changes were made this weekend that will require you to update your e-mail configuration to continue sending e-mail.
Pick up a copy of Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina" at the Bookstore and join the discussion.
Dr. Judith Dwyer explains how the strategic planning process is replacing institutional goal-setting.
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