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Rosh Hashana begins at sundown Sept. 18 and ends the following Sunday; Yom Kippur begins at sundown Sept. 27 and ends Sept. 28.
Here are the week's news clips.
She is the mother of Dr. Gerald Schlabach, Theology Department.
This weekly Bulletin Today column notes the professional achievements and activities of St. Thomas faculty, staff and students.
He is a former manager of the University of St. Thomas Bookstore.
Dr. Salesses was a longtime faculty member and former dean of St. Thomas' education programs.
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.
This weekly Bulletin Today column notes the professional achievements and activities of St. Thomas faculty and staff.
Funeral services will be held Sept. 3.
Here's your weekly roundup of UST media mentions.
The office raised $150 and collected 300 pounds of food in July.
Maayif, 39, was killed early Sunday morning, Aug. 23, in a violent car crash near University Avenue and Vandalia Street in St. Paul.
Here's your weekly dose of St. Thomas-related stories in local, regional and national media.
Lutz thanks her colleagues for support during the illness and death of her father-in-law.
The event will help the family of a St. Thomas sophomore.
Aaron, who died Aug. 17, was a campus minister, chaplain and director of campus ministry at St. Thomas in the 1980s.
Michael Blaylock is the brother of Jean Hockman of Web and Media Services in IRT.
William Weinkauf is the father of Don Weinkauf, dean of the School of Engineering.
Among the most interesting stories this week: news of a new study by a UST psychology professor on the reasons for sleep deprivation among college students.
Please remember in your prayers Lawrence Richie Sr., father-in-law of Denise Richie, who has been with the university for 26 years and currently works in the Card Office.
A roundup of recent St. Thomas mentions of interest in various media.
Spc. James Wertish was one of three soldiers from Minnesota killed July 16 in Basra, Iraq. He is the brother of Carolyn Wertish '09, 2nd Lt., U.S.A.F.