Campus community invited to join in discussion Feb. 9.
The O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center will hold an open house Tuesday to demonstrate JSTOR, a database of 117 journals.
Dr. Christine Jax speaks Feb. 4.
Speakers at the forum will include Nobel Peace Prize recipients John Hume and David Trimble, whose work resulted in the 1998 Belfast Agreement.
The Institute for Franchise Management will offer a seminar Thursday for prospective franchisees.
The federal government has lost all data for students who applied electronically on Dec. 15 and 16.
If you're expecting a check, you may need to pick it up at the Business Office.
Come to the Campus Mail Services window to get the combination to your mailbox.
This event is designed to help students find work-study jobs to fit their schedules.
Papers on any theological topic must be submitted by Feb. 28. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners.
Students who do not attend class the first day may be dropped and still liable for fees.
The UST baseball team and some faculty and staff members joined in the march, which this year was dedicated to the return of Elian Gonzalez to Cuba.
The Rev. Dennis Dease took a ride around Havana.
Players who didn't play in Wednesday's game will get their chance today.
WebCT, MyUST and personal Web pages will not be available Sunday morning.
The UST baseball team scored six runs in the top of the eighth to beat Equipo Caribe (Team Caribbean).
Speaking in both English and Spanish, The Rev. Dennis Dease thanked Cubans for their warm reception and invited Team Caribbean to Minnesota.
Emotions at everyday Cuban baseball games match the fervor of World Series games in the United States.
Please remember in your prayers, Donald Koolodge, father of Lynn Havemeyer, Computing and Communication Services. Koolodge died Jan. 25 at his home in Rice, Minn.Se...
The former UST provost and his wife will send periodic updates about their volunteer experiences during their extended stay on the West Indies island.
Brian Toov will be the starter for UST. Game time is 2:30 p.m. EST.
Following the revolution, most Cuban faculty members left the country. Today higher education institutions are flourishing there.
All faculty and staff are welcome to join in the luncheon and tour the new education building.
The baseball team and UST delegation have been busy since landing in Cuba.
The team left Saturday for Cuba to participate in athletic, educational and cultural outings. Thirty faculty and staff members also are visiting Cuba to form partnerships with academic colleagues. Bulletin Today plans to publish a story and photos from Cuba each day this week.