Of interest this week: Yet another St. Thomas alumnus has been named a bishop. Father Paul Etienne '86 has been named bishop of Cheyenne, Wyo.
TPT's statewide digital Minnesota Channel (tptMN) will rebroadcast five programs that originated at St. Thomas.
The St. Thomas student collapsed during a program Friday evening at Scooter's and is in critical condition.
Pope Benedict XVI yesterday named Father Paul Sirba the ninth bishop of the Diocese of Duluth, Minn.
There’s a new blog at St. Thomas designed to inspire acts of kindness, great and small, in the UST community. It’s part of the of Acts of Kindness campaign, a joint effort begun by the university’s Office for Mission and Human Resources Department. Today the AOK blog’s moderator, School of Law staff member Ashley Bowes, lauds a co-worker for making Mondays much easier to stomach.
Among the highlights: a reading by award-winning author Ron Hansen; Sephardic music by Israeli singer/songwriter Yasmin Levy; a presentation by a dancer tortured for speaking out against oppression in Iran; an organ recital by Canadian organist and composer Rachel Laurin; and an exhibition of crèches from all over the world.
Here's coverage of a proposed "social host" ordinance in St. Paul and more.
Deepen your knowledge and understanding of St. Thomas' history, mission and culture.
The session is open; come and go as your schedule permits from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Register online.
They're free while supplies last at the center, Room 11, Koch Commons.
The new group meets from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesdays.
Dr. Robert George also will receive the Dignitatis Humanae Award, presented by the St. Thomas School of Law.
“ComedySportz” is improvisational comedy played as a sport, featuring two teams of comedy “actletes” competing for laughs and a referee keeping things moving and calling fouls.
This week's list has clips from all over the country, including news of a Vatican appointment for a St. Thomas law professor.
Murphy Online and Banner will be offline for approximately 30 minutes this evening.
UST students as well as faculty share their research in this week's "Notes" column.
Don't miss the parade, Taste of Saints and the Tommies' football game!
Longtime UCLA law professor Gerald López, author of Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano's Vision of Progressive Law Practice (Westview Press, 1992), will speak about his advocacy on behalf of low-income, of-color and immigrant communities.
Faculty experts dominate the clips this week.
UST scholars share their work in seminars, classrooms and journals.
He is the brother-in-law of Jean Hockman, manager of operations for Web and Media Services in Information Resources and Technologies.
Now is the time to review your degree evaluation to make sure that you have met all of your degree requirements.
Look for construction to begin right after final exams in December.
Free shuttle buses will take visitors from gallery to gallery.
Among stories of interest this week: "What Makes a Good Question, Good?" UST's Dr. Carol Bruess and Dr. John Tauer are this WCCO-TV segment's most-quoted experts.