Shuttle buses will depart from Flynn Hall, not the Arches.
No appointment is needed. Massages for students only are available on Thursdays in Koch Commons.
Top teams win $10,000 scholarships! Attend an information session today or next Wednesday. Submissions are due Oct. 15.
Sessions begin this week! Register today.
What are news outlets doing to ensure civil discourse on their sites? Hear professionals discuss this issue and more.
Domitrz's presentation has been so well received that he's back for his fourth consecutive Fall Welcome event. Don't miss it.
Two Oct. 1 events – St. Thomas' annual Law Journal Symposium and a forum hosted by the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions – feature experts on this 1989 environmental disaster and its many repercussions.
A faculty organ recital, a concert by the UST Bands and Choirs, and a showcase for the best high-school band members in the region are open to the public next month. They're all free.
When was the last time you made $25 an hour?
Kelley will discuss more about Petters' alleged Ponzi scheme and its implications.
The University of St. Thomas Department of Public Safety this afternoon issued an advisory to female members of the University of St. Thomas community about a Level II predatory offender who was released from custody today and is moving back into the city of St. Paul.
Learn about UST's Master of Arts program in Catholic studies.
Undergraduate students have the opportunity to enter a lottery for the right to purchase tickets for selected Vikings games.
Here are the week's news clips.
At 7 p.m. tonight, Sept. 15, IRT will install a software upgrade to university MFDs to fix an issue with the devices remaining in “sleep mode,” which has caused intermittent printing and copying outages on camp...
Expressions of interest are due Oct. 5.
Become a member of the Undergraduate Student Government. Act now: Applications are due by 7 p.m. Friday.
'Shiny' has a color all its own, says this exhibit's curator. See "Shiny is My Favorite Color" through Nov. 13. The artists' reception, during the College Art Gallery Collaborative Fall Art Tour, is Oct. 3.
The program provides professional preparation for academic, museum and teaching careers in art history. The info sessions are Sept. 21 on the St. Paul campus and Sept. 23 on the Minneapolis campus.
The University of St. Thomas has received a rare, fine-art edition of The Saint John’s Bible from St. John’s University.
An upgrade will be under way.
To accommodate neighborhood residents who drive to the McNeely Hall polling place, St. Thomas is reserving some spots in Lot K, immediately south of McNeely, for voter parking from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday.
President’s Opening Convocation: Dease’s remarks center on quasquicentennial, social entrepreneurship
Father Dennis Dease, president of St. Thomas, spoke to faculty and administrators on Tuesday, Sept. 8, at his annual academic convocation. His speech was titled "125 Years in Service of the Common Good: The Mission Then and Now."
Undergraduate students who have conducted collaborative research with faculty mentors this summer are invited to present their work at the session on Sept. 22.
Garrison Keillor's State Fair banter on a "A Prairie Home Companion" last week included a comment about St. Thomas' popular giveaway: the purple totebags.