Have you ever wondered how the texts you are assigned to read in philosophy courses got from the 13th century to the St. Thomas Bookstore?
RHA and STAR promise fantastic futuristic fun at this intergalactic event.
STAR highlights events on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Dr. Javier Vela, assistant professor of chemistry at Iowa State University, is today's guest speaker.
This temporary, one-third-time position is open to current staff or faculty members.
The practice test will be given in an authentic LSAT environment and will include tips and an evaluation of individual scores.
Take advantage of discounts on activities on campus and around the Twin Cities during the last five weeks of the program.
The meeting will feature Dr. Daniel McNamara, who will talk about how to transition from a "student caterpillar" to a "work-world butterfly."
Delta Sigma Pi is a coed business fraternity.
The courses range from Latin Dance to Body Sculpting for Women to Shaolin Kenpo Karate.
The enrollment period ends at midnight on Friday, Nov. 19.
Two sessions will be held this month and two more will be held in December.
Registrations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the session.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
The massages will be offered for a nominal fee every Tuesday through the end of fall semester.
Interested in understanding how nutrition impacts sports performance? Learn all about it in this course.
Echo representatives will speak on Thursday to juniors and seniors considering a career in any type of ministry in the Catholic Church.
Two staff members recently joined the campus community.
The kits contain tissues, tea, cough drops, soup, hand sanitizer and tips for staying healthy.
Among this week's STAR events, don’t miss Thursday Night Live with singer, songwriter, pianist Maggie McClure, the women's hockey game, and "Stuff a Tommie" – plush animal, that is.
Students can receive up to two free tickets for the event from the Box Office.
Information sessions, open to all students, are on tap for Tuesdays, Nov. 9 and 16.
Five administrators will speak at the forum, which will be simulcast between the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses.
The "Don’t Sweat It" dance is being held to raise awareness for Anxiety in Teens, a nonprofit started by a current UST student.
Credit union members with a Beacon (credit) score of 600 or more are eligible to borrow up to $1,000 for up to one year.