If you enjoy meeting prospective students and assisting them in their college decision, here are some opportunities.
This student club participates in activities such as the Mississippi River Clean-Up, Earth Day events and recycling.
The All College Council will hold informational meetings about executive and general council positions tomorrow.
Dean of the College Tom Connery announces Krebsbach's appointment.
All faculty, staff and students will receive a survey to assess the climate at St. Thomas.
Broadcast begins at 4 p.m. on WCAL-FM, 89.3. Three more programs in NPR series to air on the following Saturdays.
Hear free concerts by UST students, faculty and visiting artists.
You're invited to watch as nearly 500 of the state's best young science scholars compete in 16th annual event.
Users can search by keyword 117 academic journals back to the 19th century.
Write a limerick about Sun Country Airlines and you could win a trip for two.
Qualified students of all majors are invited to apply for membership in the St. Thomas chapter of Alpha Mu Gamma.
A representative from Curtin University of Technology in Australia will be on campus today.
Seventeen new pledges for the coed professional business fraternity recently were pinned.
Event will begin with a 5:30 p.m. Mass with the archbishop, followed by dinner and awards ceremony.
Shakespeare's rollicking comedy gets a musical adaptation in this UST-CSC production.
Looking for a way to give back to the community? Join others Friday afternoons.
Lent begins on March 8.
Find out who won prizes at the Human Resource Fair.
"I would like to express my gratitude for all the support and caring words you have given me on the occasion of the passing of my mother." -- Dr. Katja Fullard, Modern ...
Students can learn about potential majors, ask questions and officially declare their major.
Here's your chance to get involved in student government.
Meet some of the faculty and learn about the master's and doctorate programs.
Irish poet Louis de Paor will receive this year's award. A March 10 public reading will cap a week of events, classroom visits an public appearances by the poet.
Adolfo Perez Esquivel, winner of the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize, will talk about his nonviolent efforts to work for peace and social justice in Latin America.
A conversation in Ecuador leads student Tricia Nutter to reflect on the Jubilee year and Christians worldwide.