Students are invited to visit with communication alumni.
You won't be able to use e-mail nor access Web pages during the 8-10 a.m. outage.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Mary Wollstonecraft's novel April 12.
Faculty, staff, and students who are working on departmental or organizational Web sites are invited to this series of presentations and discussions.
Dr. Pauline Lambert will receive the inaugural Sister Pat Kowalski Women's Leadership Award.
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These UMAIE courses give students firsthand immersion in Spanish culture.
Read some heartwarming speeches by this year's St. Thomas Day award winners.
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center asks you to help take care of its walls.
UST's annual faculty-staff golf tourney is May 26.
One would be an outgrowth of the St. Thomas Hispanic Pre-College Program; others would serve Hmong and African-American students.
Computing and Communication Services reminds the campus community that anti-virus software is available free of charge.
The Keffers are touched by the welcome they receive; even the poorest of families insists on sharing something when Charlie and Barb pay a visit.
Tommies play in national semi-final game tonight.
Catholics will gather Saturday, March 25, at the Minneapolis Convention Center for a daylong event featuring a wide variety of speakers, workshops and exhibits.
Find out which gifts qualify for $5 million match and where the money goes.
Cost is $75 for the immunizations, which will be given Tuesday.
Friends of Mama D offer discounts for students at this special event
Graduating seniors must complete a graduation application, whether or not they will attend the ceremony.
Interested students should make an appointment to meet with visiting representatives from the University of Glasgow.
Programs that fulfill language requirements will be offered this summer and during January Term 2001 in Mexico and Spain.
The coed professional business fraternity describes its recent activities.
People from a variety of ethnic backgrounds can be part of this tool that will dramatize miscommunications and cultural assumptions.
Action starts at 9:30 a.m.; spectators are always welcome.