Got doughnuts? You may need to exercise patience during bakery restructuring.
The classes, Basic Retirement Planning Workshop and The Service Center -- What We Can Do for You, are open to faculty, staff and administrators.
The scholarships cover tuition, books and a $200 subsidy a month.
And someone wiped away the frost on another 24 vehicles to see if there were any valuables inside.
Here is a reprint of her speech from Jan. 11 and a link to her speech from last year on "American Catholic Higher Education -- Key Themes and Documents."
The forum scheduled for Feb. 9 will be held in Room 155, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The ramp at Hennepin and 10th will charge $6 during these events.
Come to these discussions and meet other people who share your concerns.
Come to the meeting Feb. 4 and get the details.
Find out about liturgies, volunteering, retreats and more.
Java and pastries are available weekdays in Brady Educational Center.
Help Dominican nuns prepare for their annual fund-raising event celebrating their indigenous roots.
A reception will be held for Keefe, who has worked at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity for seven years.
Here's a Web page that lists apartments and students looking for roommates.
Students who live on campus are needed Feb. 17-19 to host about 130 high school students who want a taste of college life.
Come and enjoy a few snacks and listen to the team talk about their weeklong trip to Cuba.
All are welcome to take part in Mass and the sacrament of reconciliation.
It's National Minority Law Student Recruitment Month. Four Minnesota law schools, including St. Thomas', will host "Look to the Future," a program to introduce legal careers to minority students, on Feb. 16.
Performances in this student-directed festival are set for May 3-6.
Registration is required for job interviews and the Minnesota Private College Job Fair.
Representatives from the Forest Lake school district will be at St. Thomas' Minneapolis campus.
Five UST pitchers limit Equipo Caribe to two hits.
Campus community invited to join in discussion Feb. 9.