A list of priests accused of sexual abuse of minors includes two priests formerly associated with St. Thomas; the allegations do not relate to their time at the university.
Toys are being accepted at multiple locations, including the Child Development Center, Tommie Central and McNeely Hall, Room 128 in St. Paul, as well as School of Law, Room 124, in Minneapolis.
Since the UST bookstores can purchase only limited quantities of some titles and the quotas are filled daily, the bookstores encourage students to sell their books daily after finishing their classes.
UST faculty, staff, students, and any ACTC students and St. Paul community members are invited to submit their prose, poetry and visual art to the literary magazine by Dec. 9.
Interns will act as staff to the members of the mission and perform responsibilities such as monitoring the actions of U.N. bodies and representing the Holy See in various meetings.
The program, which featured Kathy Wurzer, Matthew Sanford, and Dr. Bruce Kramer, can be heard on MPR this Friday; it will be broadcast on TPT on Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014.
OSLCE is asking students, staff, faculty and friends for items including unwrapped toys, warm women’s and children’s clothing, glass food containers for leftovers and lunch holders, as well as wool and everyday socks. Donations will benefit Sarah’s . . . an Oasis for Women and People Serving People.
Two hundred tickets are available to undergraduate students for this year’s UST Christmas concert, “All Is Well,” presented by the university’s Music Department this Sunday, Dec. 8.
The Phillips Scholars Program supports potential leaders with outstanding academic credentials who intend to dedicate a portion of their lives to community service.
Counting down the days to Christmas? Tell us what you love most about the season using #ustchristmas on Twitter and Instagram and you could win a UST sweatshirt from the Office of Admissions. Contest runs until Friday, Dec. 13.
Speakers are Dr. David Andow from the University of Minnesota and Dr. Christopher Thompson from the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
This week’s notes feature faculty and staff Sarah Armstrong, Massimo Faggioli, Thomas Hickson, Matthew Kent, Lisa Lamb, Jeni McDermott, Thomas Dillon Redshaw, Jeri Rockett, James Rogers, Kevin Theissen, and students Malia Foster, Jacob Frahm, Nicholas Hermann and Crystal Pomerleau.
The Thursday, Nov. 14, panel discussion is free and all are welcome.
Plan Ahead for a happy Turkey Day break, and get information from Counseling and Psychological Services and the Wellness Center on alleviating anxiety, enhancing study skills, and preparing for and taking finals.
The program celebrates 25 years of performances on the celebrated organ. Titled “Kney Sayers,” the program can be heard locally on Sunday morning, Nov. 10.
Josh Hengemuhle from Off-Campus Student Services has important tips for students who are beginning to weigh their housing options for next year.
The exhibition, free and open to the public, can be seen in the Anderson Student Center through March 7, with a reception Saturday, Nov. 9.
All are welcome to attend this lecture sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, the Center for Catholic Studies and the archdiocese.
On the morning of Friday, Nov. 1, per an alert issued by the St. Catherine University Department of Public Safety, a suspicious object was found in a wooded area on the west side of their campus.
On Monday, Nov. 11, the University of St. Thomas’ Office of Study Abroad will kick off IEW with its first-ever fashion show highlighting traditional clothing from around the globe, including Saudi Arabia, Togo, China, Liberia, South Africa, Norway, Nepal, Uganda, Spain and Cameroon. The show will take place from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in Woulfe Alumni Hall, Anderson Student Center.
Operations managers are full-time students who serve in a leadership role in the residence hall communities and hall staffs.
The November CultureLink Tea will be held at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in Scooter’s. Four students – two exchange students from Japan and two study abroad students from St. Thomas – will be the guest speakers. They will talk about Japan and their experiences studying abroad.
The Nov. 15 program is part of the Hot Topics: Cool Talk debate series hosted by the Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy.
Founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., the honor society recognizes and encourages superior scholarship, leadership and exemplary character.