Resident students who want to purchase a spring parking permit have until 11 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14, to enter the lottery.
Performing will be local artists: Halloween, Alaska; the Johnson Twins; Peter Wolf Crier; and magician Matt Dunn for a rockin' way to end the last week of classes.
A fried chicken and mashed potatoes will be provided along with supplies and tips for decorating a personal journal that feeds your soul.
Use five coupons from the "passport" at favorite places in the metro area and earn entry into a drawing for $500. "Passports" are due Dec. 15.
Complete surveys designed to help staff in their programming and in preparing the 2010 UST Student Planner to be eligible for $100 and $50 Target gift cards.
Junior Achievement educates youth on business, economics and succeeding in a global economy. Two preparation sessions are scheduled.
Students are invited to partake in a host of giveaways and celebrations.
Laura Zeckser, Martha FritzHuspen, Dean Hilgers and Elizabeth Parsons will present.
Celebrate the last Holiday Buffet on Wednesday because the dining room will close for good to accommodate the construction relocation needs of Athletics and HHP staff.
MBA student Anvar Nigmatullin will speak Thursday about his home country and his experience growing up in this former-Soviet country in Central Asia.
All UST seniors are invited to attend this first committee meeting.
Students participating in VISION trips over January Term will sell these items at the St. Thomas Christmas concerts on Sunday, Dec. 6. Proceeds will help fund VISION trips.
Donations of new items for the Theresa Living Center and Caroline Family Services will help women and families on their way to a better life.
The UST Women’s Chorus, directed by Robert Vickery and Nathan Knoll, will perform Tuesday, Dec. 8. Note: Feedback on database trials is requested.
Starting Monday, all UST clothing, emblematic gifts and supplies, Christmas wrap, Christmas cards and ornaments will be 20 percent off.
A presentation on Latin culture, dancing and music will be offered Saturday evening.
The sessions will be held tomorrow on the Minneapolis campus and Monday, Dec. 7, on the St. Paul campus.
The service will provide an opportunity to listen to God’s Word, and several priests will be available for individual confessions.
Students, faculty and staff at St. Thomas are eligible to vote for up to three nominees.
Learn about the business law major and enter to win various prizes. Lunch is from Jimmy John’s and Café Latte
Answer Institutional Research and Analysis’ weekly question correctly and you may win a UST coffee mug.
Volunteers will roam Parking Lot H tomorrow and the Anderson Parking Facility on Thursday to hand out hot chocolate, ice scrapers and winter parking information.
Learn what it means to live in poverty and according to "class" divisions. The evening includes a short film, a speaker from Catholic Charities, artwork and music.
Today is World AIDS Day. At St. Thomas, more than 1,000 students have participated in HIV/AIDS service-learning initiatives since 2004 when Dr. Kim Vrudny involved her students in a project for her Theology of Beauty course.
A minimum number of people must register for the information session to be held at noon Monday, Dec. 7, to ensure that Weight Watchers will send a representative.