Two students are needed to plan retreat weekends and promote events.
Dig, bump, spike and block for charity at the annual Night Spike volleyball tourney April 5.
Dr. Judith Dwyer, executive vice president, anticipates candidates on campus in mid-to-late April.
Nationally known lecturer offers insights on the national obsession with thinness and beauty.
Speakers April 4 conclude "Women in Christian History" lecture series.
Donations are accepted through April 7.
All are invited to come get a taste of ethnic food and entertainment; a dance follows in Scooter's.
If you're a member of the St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union, you can apply for a loan.
Computing and Communication Services is preparing for the migration.
The 1999-2000 Diverse Voices in the Classroom series concludes with this April 5 session.
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As a representative, you will help make decisions for the St. Thomas student body.
Dr. Judith Dwyer updates the community on the progress of the strategic planning initiatives.
Wellstone to give keynote address; other speakers are coming from both coasts and throughout the region.
Dr. Seung Ai Yang of the School of Divinity reflects on this biblical theme.
This talk by Oxford professor and author Peter Hodgson is one in a series of lectures in the area of science and theology.
All nonexempt staff should receive a ballot in their mailboxes. Here are photos and bios of the candidates.
UST's School of Continuing Studies will offer a four-night opera-appreciation course. It begins April 12.
Mentors will receive a $500 stipend for fall semester 2000.
Orders for personalized graduation announcements and class rings also will be taken in the Bookstore.
Students are invited to visit with communication alumni.
You won't be able to use e-mail nor access Web pages during the 8-10 a.m. outage.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Mary Wollstonecraft's novel April 12.
Faculty, staff, and students who are working on departmental or organizational Web sites are invited to this series of presentations and discussions.
Dr. Pauline Lambert will receive the inaugural Sister Pat Kowalski Women's Leadership Award.