Interested in sound, bats, musical pitch? Come to the next Biology Department Seminar.
If you mail your survey today, you still can be included in the study.
Graduating in May? If you've borrowed federal Stafford or Perkins loans, you need to attend an exit loan counseling session.
Applications are due Friday for fall orientation leader positions.
Learn about traditions of Franciscan prayer.
If you're sending mail to the Minneapolis campus, you'll need to use the building's new address abbreviation.
The UST Food Service will hold its employee picnic that afternoon.
All are welcome to enjoy the music performed by Fidgety Feet.
'More Than Pictures: Women Respond to Media Images of Ideal Beauty' is the topic of the next Feminist Fridays presentation April 14.
Get your free tickets at the UST Box Office.
Please remember in your prayers Eileen Casey, sister of the Rev. William O'Neill, C.PP.S., associate professor of psychology. She died April 10. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, April 12, at S...
ACC congratulates winners of its recent election.
Ambitious students are needed to run!
Happy fifth birthday Nu Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi.
A summer workshop will be held to revise syllabi. There's a nifty stipend for participants.
Whether your retirement is a distant future or very soon, Training and Development has workshops to help you plan.
April 20 is the registration deadline for this seminar to be led by Dr. Jorge Garcia and Dr. Laura Garcia.
The Rev. Dennis Dease asks everyone to respect neighborhood signs that comment on UST expansion.
Just as our Lenten journey can clarify our darkness, so it can cause our virtues to burst forth.
I would like to update you as to the progress of the strategic planning initiatives to date. To assist the executive vice president's cabinet and the Executive Committee of the board of trustees in the developm...
THINK St. Paul lecture, "Austerity Brings Beauty," will be presented by Mary Swanson, St. Thomas art history department.
Send your UST facilities requests for the 2000-2001 academic year by Monday, May 1.
UST's John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought presents this free lecture.