The "sun block" is hidden somewhere on the St. Thomas campus.
Positions range from morale chairs, catering, entertainment, public relations, recruiting, sponsorship, finance, Web, to team chairs.
The event is sponsored by the Student Spirituality Committee, Campus Ministry and USG.
Purchase or refinance a vehicle or get cash to be used for any purpose, using the equity in a vehicle that is owned free and clear.
Registration is limited to 20; sign up by May 14.
UST has partnered with the University of Minnesota to provide St. Thomas students online help with the planning and application process.
Congratulations to the newly elected representatives.
Physical Plant staff will begin installing window air conditioners in campus buildings on Monday, May 3.
The ticket packages cost $13 and include a choice of bobble head figure or Saints baseball hat, and a soda and hot dog voucher. Order tickets online.
You'll need a personal statement. UST has partnered with the University of Minnesota Health Careers Center to provide access to an online training module to help in the writing process.
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!
The program provides special recognition to faculty and staff celebrating milestone anniversaries.
A highlight of this week's "notes": Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., hosts the premiere of a new hymn and gives an honorary degree to its composer, St. Thomas' own Father Jan Michael Joncas.
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.
A contribution to the swap is not requried in order to pick up office supplies from the swap.
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.