This is an opportunity for clubs to earn service hours and for students to help those in need.
Join Biology Department faculty at the Tri-Beta Biology Club meeting today for a discussion of their research and a chance to discover what interests you.
This is an opportunity to speak up on issues at UST, have some free pumpkin pie and win prizes. Sophomore Evan Welle will perform.
Everyone is welcome to the discussion on Wednesday, Oct. 20. Learn about the effects of censorship on Asian culture.
STAR reminds everyone to take part in the homecoming parade and dance on Saturday, enjoy a Chino Latino restaurant trip, stunts at the Showoffs Show and Tommie games and giveaways.
This is a chance to learn relaxation techniques that can be used anywhere and anytime to relieve stress.
"Give Me Some Credit!" examines how to access your credit report for free, why you should care about your credit report, and how to improve your credit history.
Network with alumni, learn about internships and possible career paths, and have a chance to win two tickets to a Minnesota Wild hockey game.
Today is the last day registrants will receive a free Wellness 5K T-shirt for early sign-up.
Sigma Tau Delta and the Literary Club will host this workshop; space is limited.
The Aquinas yearbook wants to record your smile for posterity.
Those who picked up passports can enjoy deals this Thursday through Saturday. Register for the Wellness 5K and get your passport stamped on race day, Saturday, Oct. 23.
Today's Q-and-A session will cover information such as what courses are needed, how to get clinical experience, and how to think about pre-health education holistically.
It's not too late to sign up for this year's homecoming parade.
The companies include Securian Financial, Travelers, Target, US Bank and Three Deep Marketing, among others.
Students from all majors are welcome to join the group. Today’s discussion will focus on suggestions for potential events in 2010-11.
A Job and Internship Search Strategies seminar will be held at 3 p.m. today.
Deadline for applications is Friday, Nov. 12.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
If you are a business major and have an interest in studying business in London, these information sessions are for you.
Learn about spending a semester in the Eternal City while earning credit toward your St. Thomas degree.
Michael Henley, CEO of Hansen Henley Yoder & Lamb, will speak on "Choosing a Career That is Not a Job But a Way of Life."
Dr. John Buri will speak Thursday, Oct. 14, as part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series.
Complete the survey, print it and take it to the Wellness Center to win a prize.
Join the fun: Tommie games and giveaways, Poker Night, Latin dance lessons, jazz music artist Adjoa, and a chance to tie-dye a T-shirt. It's all free.