Palestinian, Salim Shawamreh, will join in the discussion at Macalester College.
Departments can request additional copies.
The Child Development Center and the Personal Counseling Center will offer monthly gatherings for student, faculty and staff parents.
Karen Filloon, Belinda Jensen and Therese Benkowski will discuss various issues concerning women in meteorology.
Inventor, businesswoman Pamela Ryan to speak on the importance of quality athletic equipment.
The Great Books Reading Group will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, in Room 208, O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center. Refreshments will be served.The February selection ...
This organization trains members in public speaking skills.
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Computing and Communication Services is considering the installation of such a system and wants your feedback.
Sister Rennie is leaving UST to become director of the Benedictine Center for Spirituality.
Dr. Judith Dwyer thanks those who were prepared, just in case we had Y2K problems.
President's Christmas Dinner attendees donated $3,000, which was divided between the Monastery of St. Clare and Sharing and Caring Hands.
Through ACE, students of all majors may teach in an underprivileged Catholic school.
The parking ramp at Hennepin and 10th will charge $6 during these events.
A pool of qualified applicants for the position will be developed by early March.
Mary Kiffmeyer and Carol Johnson will speak in two classes open to the campus community.
The eight-flag-capacity stands have been missing for several months and the department would appreciate your assistance in locating them.
This hands-on course is open to all.
The offices will reopen Jan. 13.
If you would like to register for either (or both) of these sessions, please contact Training and Development at (651) 962-6900.
The Registrar's Office thanks all who participated.
Bill Reiling is a leader in improving the urban community
"Let us plan, dream and envision the St. Thomas that will emerge from the first decade of the 21st century"
Traditional social work courses can be combined with theology and spirituality studies