If you want to access the Web or your UST e-mail from home, you’ll need an Internet service provider. Here are your options.
Wanna serve your community but don’t know where to start? Start at the Volunteer Fair.
Now you can find out about testing in two ways: by phone and at Counseling and Career Services’ new testing Web site.
The Bunch Who Lunch, a gathering of faculty and staff to enjoy food and a chance to chat with other university employees, will meet for the first time this fall on Oct. 28.
Center for Jewish-Christian Learning’s five-part series begins here Monday.
Erich Rutten discusses the idea of fairness in this week’s “Good News,” a reflection by the Campus Ministry staff.
The shuttle will be available to transport St. Paul people to the dedication in downtown Minneapolis.
Information on membership and fall plans will be available at the first meeting of the AMA.
Students who are interested in hosting or anchoring the student-run TV magazine program, “Campus Scope,” should come to auditions Sept. 24.
Students’ refund checks will be mailed to their billing address unless other arrangements have been made.
Whether you are saving for Christmas presents or thinking about applying for a loan to buy that super computer, the St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union has a variety of options from which to choose.
‘Fried Green Tomatoes’ is the first film in a series offered by the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
Learn about a new method of lossy image compression.
The St. Thomas Alumni Association opens its First Friday Club luncheon-and-speaker series Oct. 1. Its first speaker: St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman.