Two UST faculty members created "The Journalist's Primer."
Check "NewsNight Minnesota" at 7 p.m. tonight and Thursday.
Six areas chosen for study are: Catholic identity and university mission, diversity, enrollment, faculty, finances and facilities, and technology.
The movie will be shown on the 'big screen' in OEC Thursday and Friday.
Looking for a spring-break trip?
A student intern will serve as chair and coordinate guest speakers on campus.
Students who participate in the semester take classes at American University and intern in Washington, D.C.
Students can learn about health careers in a health professions lecture series, which starts Feb. 22.
Environmentalists, agriculturists, teachers, and business and health professionals are needed for overseas volunteer assignments.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
Spring series starts Feb. 17 at St. Olaf Church in Minneapolis.
Her paintings are on display in Food for Thought at the Minneapolis campus.
Measures include metal detectors and a coat-check room for book bags.
Friday is the deadline for academic year 2000-2001 applications.
Learn about careers in the arts in a Feb. 24 symposium.
Four support groups will be offered: grief/loss; single parents; gay, lesbian, bisexual; and overcoming obstacles.
St. Thomas' Liberal Arts Semester program begins in spring 2001.
Two comedy teams will vie for audience approval at this free event.
The International Tuesdays presentation will celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Some applications are due March 15.
If you've ever considered volunteering full time for a year or two, here's your chance to find out how.
Medications and personal hygiene supplies are being collected through Feb. 28.
Peter Fritz, Greg Kaiser and Jon Merchant are the finalists; vote for your favorite.
Here are eight Word for Windows tips to make your work more efficient (or just more pleasant).