Hear what Bill La Macchia has to say about his "upstart" airline and how it competes against the big guys.
Enjoy some "after Christmas" music.
Today was the last 6:45 a.m. Mass until the end of January.
The center announces sessions designed for various segments of the campus community.
All UST's major safety, utility and computing systems have been assessed and are Y2K-compliant.
This event will recognize Robinson's 14 years as director of BeFriender Ministry.
Day MBA students are collecting new and used provisions to benefit Kateri Residence and an emergency shelter.
The Luann Dummer Center for Women thanks everyone who contributed gifts for the holidays.
The Reverend Dennis Dease concludes that it is not in the best interests of UST to have a policy on granting academic credit for internships.
Dr. Judith Dwyer comments on the uncertainty some have expressed about the implications of Ex Corde in terms of employment, promotion and tenure.
Dr. Judith Dwyer thanks all who have participated in the first phase of strategic planning; feedback deadline extended to Friday.
St. Thomas is changing the way it oversees community partnerships and neighborhood relations on its Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses.
The Business Office in Minneapolis and the Student Accounts Office in St. Paul will be closed. The Business Office in St. Paul will have limited services.
Students who will return in January Term or spring semester should not unplug their boxes.
Winter commencement exercises Dec. 17 and 18.
Sophomore allegedly created elaborate hoax in effort to get St. Thomas to leave him cash buried in a Little Canada volleyball pit.
Ornaments made by a local artist are on sale in Campus Ministry and the Volunteer Center.
Campus Mail Services has two unclaimed items that were delivered to UST.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
The St. Thomas Credit Union celebrates the close of its 50th year of service to UST employees and announces its holiday hours.
Through the efforts of many campus community members, guests from the Listening House and Dorothy Day Center enjoyed a holiday celebration.