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The Challenge of Managing Global Risk
Depth of Field: Welcome Week
Christopher Michaelson Featured on Huffington Post
Depth of Field: A Few of Their Favorite Things
Outside Consultant Features David Deeds
Depth of Field
Humans of St. Thomas
In the News
In Our Prayers
Beyond the Field of View
The Lone Voice: Professor Teresa Stanton Collett
Learning By Doing
St. Thomas Magazine
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Public Safety Notices
Revisit World Youth Day at Mass Today
Plan ahead to attend WYD in Rio de Janeiro in July 2013.
Inaugural Family Business Roundtable set for Thursday
The roundtables will provide an opportunity to talk with others in family businesses, and share insights and perspectives.
SPS Commerce Employer-information Session set for Thursday
The company offers internship and employment opportunities for students of every major.
Career Development Center Offers Special Seminars, Events This Week
Two of the sessions will be held today.
Compliance With HEOA Peer-to-peer File Sharing Requirements
Annual notice to students regarding peer-to-peer file sharing policies and procedures is required by the recently updated Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.
St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union Celebrates Credit Union Week
Celebrations will be held today on the St. Paul campus and Wednesday on the Minneapolis campus with refreshments and a $25 raffle – prize money will be deposited to the winner's share account.
Dr. Paul Wojda to Lead Discussion on ‘What’s Wrong With Our Health Care System?’
Everyone is welcome to this Theology Night Live event on Wednesday.
One Week Left to Sign up for Fall Community Cleanup
The Student Alumni Council’s fall Community Cleanup is Sunday, Nov. 6. Clubs interested in raking the yards of elderly neighbors and earning service hours must register by Monday, Oct. 24.
Association of Fundraising Professionals Meets Oct. 17
This student group offers leadership and volunteer experience.
Do you Have a Career iPlan?
iPlan provides resources and activities for second-year and transfer students who are interested in maximizing their career experiences while at St. Thomas.
Bunch Who Lunch Gathering Features Christmas Decorating Tips
Donna Revak from Revak Nurseries will offer ideas on decorating homes and offices for Christmas at the Tuesday, Oct. 25, gathering.
American Marketing Association Meeting Features Panel of Marketing Professionals
Students interested in joining St. Thomas' American Marketing Association can pick up an application form at today's meeting. Lunch will be provided.
Free Relaxation Classes Start Today
The classes will run on Thursdays for eight weeks.
Telos Project Discussion Today Features Dr. Adam Kay of Biology
This semesterlong discussion series meets every Thursday to bring a renewed focus to St. Thomas' commitment to the integration of knowledge across disciplines.
Dr. Heidi Giebel to Speak on ‘Search for the Missing Virtue’ at Philosophy Colloquium
She will examine options for adding benevolence to St. Thomas Aquinas' defense of the four traditional cardinal virtues on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
‘Pearl Jam Twenty’ Hits the Big Screen on Campus Tonight
The UST Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association will show the film.
Create a Four-year Course Plan
A four-year plan will help you to make sure that you are meeting all graduation requirements in the right order and at the right time
VISION Extends Application Deadline for January 2012 Service Trips
VISION will hold an informational session tomorrow for its January 2012 service trips.
Intramural Sign-ups for Volleyball, Dodgeball Tournament end Friday
Get up, get active and have fun: Co-ed volleyball teams will begin play on Monday, Oct. 17. The dodgeball tournament is Sunday, Nov. 6.
KUST Celebrates College Radio Day Today
The campus radio station will host a booth to support creative independent programming, give away KUST merchandise and play music. Those interested in hosting a show also are invited to stop by.
Oh, say, can you Sing the National Anthem?
You don't need to be an "American Idol" or possess the "X Factor" – you just need to sing.
Pre-med, Pre-pharm Informational Sessions Offered Today
The sessions will cover topics such as academic preparation, admissions tests, and the application process.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meets on Campus
AA meets from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays.
Fees at the St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union?
The Credit Union charges only one fee, and that fee can be easily avoided.
Movie-viewing Sessions Added to Student-faculty Research Project
Current and recent St. Thomas students ages 18 to 30 are invited to participate in a free showing of a feature-length Hollywood movie in a high-quality digital theater environment.