If you haven't taken care of these, your registration will be delayed.
A week full of free food and fun begins today in the Commuter Center.
The Globally Minded Student Association (GMSA) reminds you of its Globally Connected program.
The instructor will be on campus to answer questions and give more information about the course.
Two vehicles were stolen and later recovered at the Mall of America.
The annual Earth Week event has been postponed until May 9.
The team and university representatives will be at St. Thomas May 6-11.
Dr. Tom Endres will speak and show photos of this historical city.
Classes are free but registration is required.
Here is a schedule of Easter Triduum liturgies at nearby parishes.
Most locations are closed Friday-Sunday.
Featured speakers will be Dr. Cris Toffolo and Dr. Susan Alexander.
Here's a correction to something mentioned in last week's column.
Graduate students, a faculty member and an industry researcher will discuss their research.
Dr. Kendra Gale will give the next presentation in a series sponsored by the Women's Studies program.
By Gene McGivern Sports Information DirectorThe 2000 spring varsity sports season is near the halfway point for baseball and softball, but just beginning for golf. All eight St. Thomas teams are in action ...
Monsignor Greg Schaffer to replace Rep. James Oberstar as ‘Faith and Work’ speaker at St. Olaf April 27
Schaffer is director of the San Lucas Toliman Mission in Guatemala.
Stringer Business Systems and UST will demonstrate three copier models and review each department's copying needs.
Dr. Judith Dwyer provides an update on the search.
Please remember in your prayers Thomas Sankovitz, brother of the Monsignor John Sankovitz, a retired member of the St. Thomas Theology Department faculty. Thomas died April 3 in Fort Atkinson, Wis. He is also s...
Ask questions of three UST administrators during this forum sponsored by the Residence Hall Association and All College Council.
Got an idea for a great event? The STAR board wants your ideas and participation.
Congratulations to new members, Desiree Parent and Jennifer Swanson.
You're invited to participate in the strategic planning process by attending forums on several topics.
UST is in danger of not meeting its goal of 85 pints. Walk-in blood donors welcome today and tomorrow.