The summer tradition started in 1981 and returns with live music, food and pony rides by Blueberry and Jericho.
Alex had completed his first year at St. Thomas. He was the son of St. Thomas alumni Wade Vitalis and Carol Nagele-Vitalis of Shafer, Minn.
First-year students have the opportunity to study art history in London or theology in Rome during January Term 2014.
The burglary occurred on the 100 block of Cretin Avenue.
St. Thomas students, staff and faculty can buy a $65 annual pass for just $10.
Students reported their homes were burglarized on the 2100 block of Selby Avenue and the 2100 block of Dayton Avenue.
At 9:52 p.m. on May 25, three UST students reported they were victims of an armed robbery on Marshall Avenue at Moore Street.
Members of President Sullivan’s Move-in Crew will greet new students and help move their belongings from their cars to their residence hall rooms on Saturday, August 31.
The graduates of the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity will be ordained by Archbishop John Nienstedt at the Cathedral.
The announcement includes interdepartmental moves of important programs and services such as: the Tutor Mentor, Literacy Connections and Early College Awareness programs, the Community Engagement Network, and UST’s Institutional Review Board.
Projects are scheduled late May through the end of August.
A printed supplement of the 2013 digital online Aquinas yearbook will be available for purchase for $25 this summer.
Undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies will be held Saturday, May 25.
The award is co-sponsored by the St. Thomas-based Center for Ethical Business Cultures.
At noon listen to a rebroadcast of NPR’s Alix Spiegel, and at 7 p.m. attend a live lecture by Slate editor David Plotz.
The Higher Learning Commission self-study team has posted the second draft of the self-study for review and community comment.
Winners will be announced at a program Wednesday.
The monthly open houses offer an opportunity to visit this acclaimed home, which was moved from Lake Minnetonka to the grounds of the university’s Gainey Conference Center.
The speaker is Dr. Soraya Castro, who is on her third visit to St. Thomas. Her talk is free and open to the public.
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.