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Phonathon organizers express gratitude for the work of past volunteers.
Lillehaug is seeking the DFL nomination to become Minnesota's next U.S. Senator.
The women's team placed a close fourth in the competition and Renae Leroux will accompany the men's team to nationals, where she will compete in the individual category.
International Education describes three summer-abroad courses.
Artist Frank Schreiber uses modern technology to produce art deriving from ancient and natural elements.
The venerable student newspaper has a Web site, complete with all of this year's back issues.
Three St. Thomas music faculty members will present a recital of works by two distinctive Russian composers.
The five-session-seminar begins March 2.
Resumes are due in Career Services Feb. 28.
Official ceremony to name Terrence Murphy Hall planned May 11.
Pulitzer-winning, baseball-loving historian to receive honorary degree.
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Student volunteers are needed to help with after-school, summer and parent programs.
Dr. Guillermo Montes will discuss economics in light of the Catholic social tradition.
Faculty, students and staff will explore one of six areas to help guide universitywide strategic planning.
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Find out about UST's MBA, accounting MBA, international management and law school graduate programs at this info session.
Drop off your resume by this Thursday; 3M to recruit next week.
This person will develop a study guide to accompany a documentary about four Hmong students.
Dr. Jeff Jalkio will speak on "Feedback and Control."
The co-founder of Cashill and Spaulding Properties will give this Entre Cafe talk.
Hands-on workshops at the Minneapolis campus will help you spend less time looking for business info on the Internet.
Applications for a variety of STAR internships and the University Lectures Committee are available in the Center for Student Leadership and Activities.