Students in Free Enterprise invites all students to this evening's celebration, with free T-shirts to the first 100.
VIA is a student-run organization that provides St. Thomas students with the opportunity to interact with the St. Paul-Minneapolis community through service.
This fall, the Theology Department will begin the transition to a new type of requirement for the third course in the Faith and Catholic Tradition core requirement.
Be among the first 100 students living off campus to exchange contact information with a UST neighbor and check in with the Commuter Center to win a $20 voucher!
Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. Friday, April 30.
The cards will feature a standard design but students may personalize the cards with several features.
Professionals in the nonprofit field will speak on “Making Dollars and Change: Nonprofit Jobs” at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, discussing how they got their job and why they stay.
The Friday, April 30, event will include six Wii games and prizes for the winners.
Dr. Peter Feldmeier will lead the discussion on: "What’s Out There: Angels, Demons, Anything Else?"
Alumni can set up appointments, attend seminars, join a job-search group and make use of social media to receive career information and network with other UST alumni.
The winner received a $500 gift card to the St. Thomas Bookstore.
In order to allow adequate processing time, students should submit any necessary documents or loan applications no later than Friday, May 7.
Join the team as a Tommie ambassador, an admissions tour guide, a student communicator or an admissions intern.
Learn Italian, the language spoken by St. Francis, Dante, St. Catherine of Siena, Michelangelo, and many others, at St. Thomas.
STAR apologizes for any inconvenience.
Online voting begins at 10 a.m.
Elections for each of the clubs will be for positions of president, vice-president and administrative officer.
Do you enjoy meeting new people and providing customer service?
This annual highlight of Up 'til Dawn will include games, prizes and performances by Comedy Sportz and PULSE.
Tickets and the bus ride are free to students with UST ID. An outside guest ticket can be purchased for $5 (one per student).
Those unable to attend Grad Fest may stop in the St. Paul Bookstore during regular hours to pick up their caps and gowns.
Counselors in the Career Development Center have all the inside tips to get you noticed in searches and by employers.
Auditions will include three sessions, an individual interview and a final audition.
The Senior Banquet will be held Thursday, April 22.
Gannon's presentation will be held tomorrow in John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts. Everyone is invited.