University of St. Thomas – Minnesota – A private, Catholic liberal arts university
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A New Way to Play the Game
It's All About Who You Know (or Knew)
Outside Consultant Features Jack Militello
Christopher Michaelson Selected as "Top Mind"
Outside Consultant Features Michael Porter
Farmhouse Market Offers Fresh Food 24/7
Depth of Field
Humans of St. Thomas
Papal Visit 2015
In the News
In Our Prayers
Beyond the Field of View
Health Care for the Last Mile
A Research Journey Full Circle
1921 Play Sees 21st-century Revival
St. Thomas Magazine
St. Thomas Lawyer
St. Thomas Engineer
Public Safety Notices
St. Thomas Newsroom
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No parking in Lot B tomorrow
The lot is reserved for the band that will perform at the football game.
Sports preview: Football, soccer games this weekend
More than 200 student leaders were commissioned at Summit 2000 ceremony
Here's a list of many of UST's student leaders and their organizations.
First students graduate from master’s program in real estate appraisal
Both are seasoned professionals; one is from Ontario, the other from Tennessee.
Technology Today: Electronic books available through netLibrary
You can access 4,000 titles that are reproductions of recent books by scholarly and university publishers.
Archbishop’s Mass With People With Disabilities is Oct. 1
This annual Sunday afternoon Mass has become a tradition at St. Thomas and the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
Have fun at Common Ground on Saturday
UST's house of hospitality hosts a barbecue and coffee house Sept. 16.
Bus service improves Sept. 16
Metro Transit has renamed and modified routes, modified schedules and made other improvements to service in the northeast metro area.
Sept. 26 reception to celebrate new book on international economics
Book is the 22nd for Peter Coffey, holder of the US West Chair in International Management.
All invited to State of the University Forum Sept. 26
Panelists will speak and there will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions.
Underage drinking prevention just got more aggressive in UST neighborhood
Special enforcement by St. Paul Police is result of a new statewide initiative called "ZAP."
Security advisory: Two students robbed of purses near Plums Bar and Grill in St. Paul
Public Safety gives a description of the suspect and some crime-prevention tips.
John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts dedication is a week from today
All are welcome; reception and open house to follow the 4:30 p.m. dedication Thursday, Sept. 21.
Organizations: American Marketing Association; College Republicans; and the Sigma Tau Delta, Literary Club
Several clubs announce meetings and opportunities for you to get involved.
Canoe and camp in the Boundary Waters
Expeditions and STAR host a trip for students Sept. 28-Oct. 1.
US Bancorp discusses process analyst job at meeting with seniors Sept. 15
The company will interview for the position in November.
Activities Fair Sept. 19
Find out about the numerous activities and organizations available at St. Thomas.
Web site offers photos and memories of events at UST
Recapture the spirit of St. Thomas: Be on the Side of the Pride.
All welcome to participate in Lutheran Service Sept. 17
A barbecue and socializing will follow the service.
Strategic directions announcement Sept. 22
These will guide strategic planning efforts.
Two UST students honored at MathFest2000
Their work on multiwavelet transformations has a natural application in image compression.
Study-abroad reps here Thursday and Friday
Learn about the AIFS and Central College study-abroad programs in Europe.
Human Resources will help students fill out their I-9 form for work-study
If you didn't receive a contract in the mail, you can get one from the Office of Student Financial Services.
Avoid enrollment problems; visit Registrar’s Office Web site
Important dates and deadlines are listed on the Web to keep you informed.
Retirement reception for Arlene Leyden is Sept. 28
Your anecdotes and best-wishes letters will be compiled into a scrapbook for her.