Volunteers for a focus group will meet to develop ideas for a campus campaign, or stop by the Grill at noon Nov. 30 to give feedback on posters and giveaways.
Auditions for “Servant of Two Masters,” an Italian comedy, and “Cinderella Confidential,” a touring children’s play, will be held Dec. 1 and 3.
The location of this comparative ethics class rests in the middle of the Himalayas. The priority registration deadline is Dec. 1.
While the Quick Clinic on the Minneapolis campus will be closed Wednesday, the Student Health Service on the St. Paul campus will continue with normal hours of service.
Five hundred free vouchers for students are available for both the playoff game and Chili Fest.
Applications are available outside the STAR office in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The early deadlines are due to the Thanksgiving holidays. Pay items received after the deadlines listed here will be processed on the Dec. 18 paycheck.
Each internship for students and recent alumni will include room and board at the Vatican Mission and a stipend of $800 per month.
Dr. Ellen Kennedy, former UST faculty member and now director of the Minnesota Genocide Intervention Network, will speak about genocide and brainstorm ways to help the Sudanese people.
Get a Quit Kit and information from the Wellness Center. Drop off your cigarettes or chew to win a free smoothie and be entered to win $25 to spend at the UST Bookstore.
Bring your 50 names and addresses to the dinner tomorrow to receive a free "Game Over Cancer" T-shirt. The local band Ferris will perform.
Charlotte Kinzley will talk tonight about her work as a family advocate and spokeswoman for Sharing and Caring Hands.
A variety of employers will be at the fair, offering internship and job opportunities. Students who wish to attend the fair first must sign up for an information session.
The speaker will be Dr. Diane Anderson, research fellow at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library.
"Troubling Waters" is a series of interdisciplinary discussions on power, race, gender and culture.
The chief brand officer at Dairy Queen is responsible for the marketing, brand, concept and product strategies.
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International students and citizens of other countries may carry their countries’ flags. The first person to sign up from a country will be that country’s flag bearer.
To be eligible for this position students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above and maintain a full academic load during employment.
The dinner will feature roast turkey or carved ham, and all the favorite holiday dishes.
Father Erich Rutten will be on hand to take questions in the Commuter Center.
The juniors who win one of eight pairs of tickets will attend the game on Wednesday, Dec. 2. Transportation will be provided.
The speaker is from Securian Financial Group.
The International Education Center lists UST co-sponsored programs that meet the criteria for this summer study-abroad scholarship.
Faceoff vs. Augsburg College is 7 p.m.