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UST in the News

Here's your weekly dose of St. Thomas-related news in local, regional and national media.
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UST in the News

Here's your weekly dose of St. Thomas-related news clips from far and wide.
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Here’s a roundup of recent St. Thomas mentions of interest in various media.
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In the news this week: Dr. Matthew Batt of the UST English Department has won a $25,000 literature fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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The ups and downs of football playoffs, a big boost for teacher preparation from the Bush Foundation and a go-ahead for the Anderson Student Center make the news this week. And Tiger Woods. Even here.
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Veterans Day, the Petters trial, gossip and more. See what St. Thomas experts had to say this week.
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See international coverage of the Opus Prize winners and more.
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Dominating news over the past week: The family of a St. Thomas student who died in Mexico over spring break last year has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against his companions.
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Among recent stories of interest: UST Athletic Hall of Famer Jake Mauer ’01 has been named manager of the Fort Myers Miracle, a Minnesota Twins minor league team.
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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.
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Here's coverage of a proposed "social host" ordinance in St. Paul and more.
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This week's list has clips from all over the country, including news of a Vatican appointment for a St. Thomas law professor.
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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.