Peter Fritz, Greg Kaiser and Jon Merchant are the finalists; vote for your favorite Feb. 14 or 15.
UST's Strategic Directions Feedback Form Web site will be available until Friday, Dec. 17.
Students can benefit from meeting with and getting advice from a professional in their field of interest.
The holidays and January Term are historically slow news times, so Bulletin Today will not be sent every day.
You'll need a permit to park on campus in January.
Faculty and staff can get 31-day passes through payroll deduction.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Cormac McCarthy's book on Jan. 6.
A kind person found her wedding ring -- an irreplaceable symbol of 12-plus years of marriage -- and then some.
Study Guides Web site helps you with study techniques, test preparation and writing and reading skills.
Common Ground, "that house on Summit," hosts some pre-finals fun.
Students get free subs, cookies, pop and apple cider at this annual event hosted by STAR.
All seniors must indicate which photo they want to be included in the yearbook.
You may find a place to call home through this service sponsored by the Commuter Center.
Take a study break; join in fellowship, song and prayer Monday night.
The Rev. Dennis Dease has nominated Dr. Carol Bruess for the 2000 Thomas Erlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning.
The Leaders of Today and Tomorrow conference encourages college women to get involved in community and political affairs.
The menu will feature a prime rib sandwich, baked potato and house salad for $4.95.
Computing and Communication Services says that Y2K shouldn't cause any major problems for UST desktop computers.
Students have researched a variety of workplace communication issues.
Extra Masses are scheduled on this special feast day.
All who are interested in environmental issues are encouraged to join the discussion.
The brochures explain your options for requesting a bus currently rented by UST.
Hours change starting next week and continue through January Term.