Two visiting Cuban officials will give short presentations and answer questions at a session Friday afternoon. You're invited.
A Cuban poet and a St. Thomas faculty member who recently returned from Cuba present this free public reading.
Head of the nation's 11th largest brokerage firm, Piper will discuss "Faith and Serenity Amidst Global Financial Challenges."
Did you try to return a jacket?
A traveling faculty member is on the hunt for a special T-shirt.
Your donations helped the working poor, marginally housed and homeless of the east metro area.
More than 100 alumni and faculty representatives from a variety of majors and career fields will be available.
Information about this new concentration will be available today at Major Field Day event.
Massages, a forum on alcohol, and cooking classes are some of them.
Application deadline is April 15.
Internships, assistant and staff positions are available.
Will the yearbook get your name right? Seniors, now's the time to make sure you're immortalized correctly.
Join the Operations Management Club from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, March 9, in Room 206, McNeely Hall (please note room change).Mary Fox, a representative from US Ba...
Speaker Todd Brewster wrote the best seller with Peter Jennings.
Speakers to include UST's Peter Coffey, Eninburgh's Andrew Scott, and French Consulate's Jean-Pierre Tutin.
Amanda Osheim reflects: "Ash Wednesday is permission to recognize my own deep needs and hunger."
Dr. Cris Toffolo will talk about "The Political Importance of Identity" at 4:30 p.m.
The UST Ham Radio Club will hold an amateur radio technician class, beginning tomorrow.
Nominations for six vacancies are due Monday.
The St. Thomas Development Office will offer a seminar April 12 in St. Paul and April 13 in Minneapolis.
It's true! If you're interested in the Everglades and want to be part of an adventure, read on.
Also, here's a security bulletin about an anticipated increase in thefts from vehicles at sports and entertainment events.
The departments of political science, history and geography are scheduled to move in May 30.