He was the father of Joanne Boyer, Child Development Center, and grandfather of two Tommies.
He was the brother of Ann Molter, Child Development Center.
James Rogers, editor of the review, noted that five earlier essays from New Hibernia Review were selected as “notables” from 1998 to 2011, “but having three out of four selected in a single year is a remarkable honor.”
She died unexpectedly on Saturday, Dec. 14. Her activities on campus included a leadership role in the Ski and Snowboard Club, and membership in Students for Liberty and Student Legacy; in addition, she was a student employee in the Development Office for three years.
The new rate will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2014.
A list of priests accused of sexual abuse of minors includes two priests formerly associated with St. Thomas; the allegations do not relate to their time at the university.
Toys are being accepted at multiple locations, including the Child Development Center, Tommie Central and McNeely Hall, Room 128 in St. Paul, as well as School of Law, Room 124, in Minneapolis.
Key dates and guidelines are listed to make sure important paperwork is not delayed due to the break.
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.
UST faculty, staff, students, and any ACTC students and St. Paul community members are invited to submit their prose, poetry and visual art to the literary magazine by Dec. 9.
Interns will act as staff to the members of the mission and perform responsibilities such as monitoring the actions of U.N. bodies and representing the Holy See in various meetings.
The program, which featured Kathy Wurzer, Matthew Sanford, and Dr. Bruce Kramer, can be heard on MPR this Friday; it will be broadcast on TPT on Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014.
This week’s notes feature Don Briel, Corrine Carvahlo, Massimo Faggioli, Ken Goodpaster, Lyman Johnson, Shersten Johnson, Daryl Koehn, Dean Maines, Michael Naughton, Shirley Polejewski, Thomas Dillon Redshaw, Angela Senander and Robert Shoemake.
OSLCE is asking students, staff, faculty and friends for items including unwrapped toys, warm women’s and children’s clothing, glass food containers for leftovers and lunch holders, as well as wool and everyday socks. Donations will benefit Sarah’s . . . an Oasis for Women and People Serving People.
Two hundred tickets are available to undergraduate students for this year’s UST Christmas concert, “All Is Well,” presented by the university’s Music Department this Sunday, Dec. 8.
The Phillips Scholars Program supports potential leaders with outstanding academic credentials who intend to dedicate a portion of their lives to community service.
Counting down the days to Christmas? Tell us what you love most about the season using #ustchristmas on Twitter and Instagram and you could win a UST sweatshirt from the Office of Admissions. Contest runs until Friday, Dec. 13.
The suspect claimed to be a police officer. Here are tips on how to identify a real police officer.