UST’s Up ’til Dawn program will host a letter-writing event on Nov. 14 to gain support in the fight to end childhood cancer. Funds raised will go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Open Access Week is an effort to promote open access publishing as a new norm in scholarship and research. OA publishing allows unrestricted (free of cost, password and subscription) access to scholarly, peer-reviewed research on the Web.
Come to Campus Ministry between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, to relax and get a massage from Sister Roz, the massage nun famous for her work at the St. Paul Saints games.
Grants are available to support mentored undergraduate research during spring semester 2013.
The London Business Semester, specifically designed for business majors, is in its 18th year. Launch sessions will be held Wednesday and Thursday in McNeely Hall.
Elizabeth Fischer, project engineer for Opus Construction, explains the cause of “bolt bang,” a common phenomenon in steel buildings with single-plate, bolted connections.
The center has long-sleeve shirts available from the 5K; stop by and pick one up for $5.
Flu season has begun. The Minnesota Department of Health recommends influenza vaccination for everyone ages six months or older.
Ferreras Camilo is the presenter for this month’s CultureLink Tea, which will be held at 2 p.m today, Thursday, Oct. 18, in Scooter’s in the Anderson Student Center. The talk is free and open to the St. Thomas community. Tea and Dominican snacks will be provided.
This free event will be held Friday, Oct. 26, at the University of Minnesota. Bring a résumé and take advantage of workshops featured at the fair.
Tickets are free to all ACTC students, faculty and staff with ACTC ID for this comical parody of gothic novels. Performances will run Wednesday, Oct. 31, through Sunday, Nov. 4.
St. Thomas students and faculty are invited to attend.
Please join in celebrating the conclusion of Opening Doors from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the field house. Lunch will be provided.
Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with a traditional dance performance. Food and prizes will be provided.
Beginning today, Davanni's will allow use of St. Thomas eXpress Cards for orders on deliveries to students in campus housing and to student, faculty and staff homes in the neighborhood.
With the election just three weeks away, Dr. Jane Canney, vice president for student affairs, encourages students to prepare to vote on Nov. 6 and, in the meantime, to treat with dignity and respect people who may not hold the same opinion as you.
Community Cleanup is a service event in which teams of students join together to clean the yards of elderly and disabled UST neighbors.
A team of six University of St. Thomas students were judged to be the best among five university teams invited to compete in the Travelers Actuarial Case Competition on Oct. 5.
Every year, about three to four St. Thomas students apply for a Fulbright research or English-teaching assistant grant.
The film was inspired by a dream experienced by Jim Miller, who will be one of the speakers following the film.
Two law professors, one Muslim and one Catholic, will examine why anti-Sharia legislation threatens the religious liberty of all.
Visit the Wellness Center website to schedule a "Sleep Squad" appointment.
West will give a mulitmedia performance, "Fill These Hearts: God, Sex and the Universal Longing," at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in the O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium.
Nationally, approximately 30 percent of college students experience depression that interferes with their ability to enjoy life and perform to their potential. Need help? Get help on National Depression Screening Day, today, Thursday, Oct. 11.
Wetzel’s talk will kick off the yearlong Student Legacy Speaker Series. All students are welcome.