Items for sale include children's clothing and footwear, toys and books, baby and toddler equipment, and maternity clothes and accessories.
All undergraduate St. Thomas students are invited to participate in the annual institute, Aug. 29-31.
There is still time to join; the program is open to St. Thomas students, employees, friends and families.
Eight students will present their master's essays.
Come for the videos, and stay for the discussion with student producers at the Tuesday, May 18, event.
The booth is a project for their Generalist Practice for Social Change class.
Following Mass, take in the annual Late-Night Breakfast in the Student Dining Room in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Bid farewell to Karen Schierman, who is retiring after 21 years of service to the university, and celebrate the center's new location at 2097 Grand Ave.
Presentation topics vary from the influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson on recent American nonfiction, to ekphrastic poetry, to werewolves, to Harry Potter. A reception follows, too.
Monday's stress spa includes free professional chair massages, lemonade, fruit and vegetables, and chips and crackers.
Proceeds will help provide clean drinking water to schools in Najaf, Iraq, Minneapolis’ sister city.
Three students will present their qualifying research projects for their M.A. degrees in art history.
Monday's event will honor her 27 years of dedication to international programs and will celebrate her retirement.
Gregory Crane and Andrew Michel will give their presentations Friday.
The group will meet Wednesday, May 19. Everyone is welcome. (Bring your lunch.)
The Tommies are on a 17-game win streak as they head to the NCAA regional tournament. Go Tommies!
Tickets include the choice of right or left field seats, a bobblehead doll or hat, and a hot dog and soda voucher
The event will honor the program's graduating seniors as well as welcome new minors.
They will perform in the O'Shaughnessy Room.
The official move-in day this year is Saturday, Sept. 4.
Seventy-eight seniors show off their work, from new medical devices to alternative energy generation and improved manufacturing systems. Here's a peek at what they did.
Jamaican Judge Patrick Robinson is president of the United Nations' International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
This fundraiser for the Huntsman Cancer Institute offers competitive but fun events each day this week and prizes. Sign up in advance for the tug-of-war and volleyball tournament.
This event is free to UST students, faculty and staff; registrations are needed via e-mail by Wednesday, May 12.
A total of 132 presentations will be given, with 15 sessions taking place concurrently throughout the day.