A mix of 20 solo and group performers with a variety of talents will be chosen to take the stage at the finale on Friday, April 27.
Employment agencies offer short-term employment for students seeking summer work and have full-time positions for graduating seniors.
Marguerite Spencer, Theology Department, will lead the last discussion of the semester tomorrow. Everyone is welcome.
The classes will run until the start of finals week.
A free showing of “Mission: Impossible” and a dodgeball tournament are scheduled for April 24-25.
Pre-register online to learn things such as kitchen organization, cooking methods, knife skills and menu creation. Also, pre-register for Part 3 (to be held on May 2) to learn grilling techniques.
Students should check the Commencement website for an up-to-date list of all students who have been approved to graduate.
Duane Bauer will be available in Opus Hall near the Bookstore and Public Safety.
Refocus and relax before an upcoming test, or just refocus and relax because you can at 10 p.m. today.
Students of all majors are invited to form teams of two to four people, show up at the event unprepared and create business plans from an assigned problem or idea. The prize is the UST Cup traveling trophy and $850!
Public Safety issues notice to full-time day students on the Minneapolis campus to avoid penalties by terminating parking privileges and returning their green parking cards for the ramp by the end of May.
Henna artists will be on site from 3 to 4:30 p.m. today.
The event will be held in the Anderson Student Center.
Collect clues – visit Ireland Library – look for the “Holy Grail” – and discover cool library resources during National Library Week.
Is access to clean drinking water a basic human right or a commodity to be sold? Students who attend this event will be given priority reservations for a water-bottle giveaway on April 17 and 19.
Plans have been completed or are under way for community service, fundraising, a professional event and a social event.
St. Thomas students with a ticket also may purchase one guest ticket for $5; proceeds go to UST Sustainability Fund.
Working in teams, students will plan, light, shoot, record sound, capture footage, and edit, with the end product being a short film. This class satisfies the fine arts requirement of the core curriculum.