Bloggers discover there’s something about Gehry in this week’s headlines.
School of Law Named ‘Top Law School for Externship Opportunities’ for the Second Year by The National Jurist
"The University of St. Thomas far exceeds all other ABA-accredited law schools in terms of placements," according to a story in the magazine.
The shows deal with news, engineering and North America as a nation.
A UST student who died in a vehicle accident is remembered, Frank Gehry visits Owatonna and the St. Paul Fire Department simulates a dorm fire in this week's headlines.
The Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy launches the series Oct. 13 at the School of Law.
Dr. Rebecca Pulju '97, assistant professor of history at Kent State University, will present "The Good Buyer: Women, Consumption, and the Making of Postwar France."
Funeral and memorial services have been planned for University of St. Thomas student Aaron Schuster. He died Monday afternoon, Oct. 3, following an automobile accident in Wisconsin.
For the first time ever, 'UST in the news' features Cheech and Chong – plus Frank Gehry, real estate and a porch fire near campus – in this week's links.
With external construction of the building mostly completed, Tommie keeps a close eye on progress as crews install interior finishes.
St. Thomas is one of 10 colleges and universities with stops along the College Art Gallery Collborative Fall Art Tour Saturday, Oct. 8.
Dr. Nancy Thompson of St. Olaf College will present "The Restoration of the Bargello in 19th-Century Florence: Creating a Memory of the Middle Ages."
Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors will discuss "1508 to 2008: Re-envisioning the Literary History of America" along with a panel of four contributors.
Nice Ride bike sharing is now available on Grand Avenue between Finn and Cleveland.
According to the people who "like" the University of St. Thomas on Facebook, Dorothy Piper is the unofficial "favorite thing about UST."
This new clinic adds to a growing list of hands-on opportunities at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
The exhibition will run through Oct. 21 and will feature several local artists.
The sustainability committee of the Anderson Student Center is shooting for LEED-certified silver status.
John Donovan, a member of the University of St. Thomas Board of Trustees from 1967 to 1991, died at age 89 Friday, Aug. 5.
The Anderson Student Center will open in January 2012. Requests will open on Aug. 29 for meetings or events Jan. 30, 2012, out.
Real estate, climate change and squishy tomatoes prevail in this edition’s news roundup.
The programs will air on TPT's statewide Minnesota channel, tptMN.