Some applications are due March 15.
The International Tuesdays presentation will celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Two comedy teams will vie for audience approval at this free event.
St. Thomas' Liberal Arts Semester program begins in spring 2001.
Four support groups will be offered: grief/loss; single parents; gay, lesbian, bisexual; and overcoming obstacles.
Learn about careers in the arts in a Feb. 24 symposium.
Friday is the deadline for academic year 2000-2001 applications.
You won't be able to use MURPHY, Focus and others during this system upgrade.
Help support UST's Biology Club by buying a flowering plant for your valentine.
Baxter, from the University of Notre Dame, is a nationally known speaker on Catholic social ethics.
Your artifacts and your help are needed.
Join this lunchtime discussion on Monday.
Here are eight Word for Windows tips to make your work more efficient (or just more pleasant).
After serving as interim dean since June, she began her new appointment Feb. 1.
Pictures from the December party are posted on the Physical Plant Web site.
Do food, weight and calories control your life? UST counselors will offer information and screenings for eating disorders Feb. 15.
UST's International Education Center announces scholarships to study in Cuba, the Czech Republic and other destinations.
Congratulations to the four faculty members promoted to professor and two promoted to associate professor.
One of the country's top civil rights lawyers, Dees will talk about the 'Teaching Tolerance' program he helped develop.
She'll talk about 'Real Love in the College Years' on the day after Valentine's Day.
Graduate students, work with multicultural students next year.
The All College Council invites students, faculty and staff to join them in their efforts.
Tracy Hyland will talk about women poets who have influenced her and about her work as a writer. This monthly series features discussions led by faculty.