"This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated," says the Rev. Dennis Dease, president.
Next month's training and development opportunities for UST employees are now available.
Call the Box Office for tickets to the May 13 or May 17 performance.
Celebrate Poetry Month by attending this annual outside event.
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center's Noon in the Library series continues April 27 with an slide-illustrated lecture by Dr. Thomas Dillon Redshaw of the UST English Department.Redshaw's lecture is titled"16t...
The current fiscal year ends on June 30.
She is the only woman in the Senate race looking to unseat Republican Sen. Rod Grams.
If you plan to do business in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka or Bangladesh, this night's for you.
Dr. Carole Blair has written about America's best-known memorials; she will trace the history of memorials and how they have changed over the past 100 years.
Among the topics discussed will be the kind of partnerships St. Thomas can initiate or continue to support.
The film's director, Desmond Bell, will introduce the film and answer questions.
UST rowers bring men's championship home from Upper Midwest Collegiate Sprints.
They were selected for their outstanding service as pastors and for their service to the broader community.
The recipients are Dr. Mary Brant and students Nell Hurley and Nicole Anderson.
The GTE Academic All-America program is considered the most prestigious academic honor given to student-athletes.
Organizers need you to send photos of you and your friends for the senior class video.
Who's gone above and beyond?
Congratulations to this foreign language honor society's new inductees.
Looking for an advanced education program? UST has a wide variety.
Annual Stakeholder Dialogue to focus on ‘Globalization and the Moral Dimensions of Capitalism’ May 16
Keynoter Thomas Friedman is a winner of two Pulitzers and National Book Award.
English Author J.C. Whitehouse, from the University of Bradford, to speak at Center for Catholic Studies lecture.
The Help Desk will provide daytime service on Monday, April 24.
Five students have won $3,000 grants for summer research projects.