The St. Thomas Development Office will offer a seminar April 12 in St. Paul and April 13 in Minneapolis.
It's true! If you're interested in the Everglades and want to be part of an adventure, read on.
Also, here's a security bulletin about an anticipated increase in thefts from vehicles at sports and entertainment events.
The departments of political science, history and geography are scheduled to move in May 30.
Reporter Jason Davis will examine Minnesota-Cuba connections, including the St. Thomas baseball trip.
Students also can donate their evening meal to offset costs and benefit Listening House.
The ramp at Hennepin and 10t will charge $6 during these March events.
The political science honor society will host this talk by Royce Ammon.
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The UST Flute Ensemble director is recovering from a stroke she suffered in September.
"I would like to say thank you to the St. Thomas community for all the cards, prayers, support and thoughts I received after my father's death."-- Liz Hayes, assistant ...
A panel will provide practical job-search information.
Proceeds from the sale of key chains will be used to assist women in Afghanistan.
Fourth annual Dialogue of Faith and Culture is co-sponsored by St. Thomas, St. Catherine and archdiocese.
Dr. Susan Alexander will give the next Feminist Friday's presentation.
She's the person to talk to about ordering cakes and pastries.
Designed for those 55 and older, topics range from jazz to politics to Shakespeare.
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.