There are no departmental or individual costs to attend, but registration is required.
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Membership is free for undergraduate students.
Dave Nimmer will hang out this Christmas weekend at a Super 8 motel and a nursing home in Wisconsin. He writes in The Scroll today that he can't think of a better way to spend Christmas.
The classes are open to all St. Thomas undergraduate students, and graduate students, professional students, faculty and staff who are AARC members.
After the holidays, Bulletin Today will be published next on Monday, Jan. 2, 2012.
Breadfruit is an underutilized staple crop long recognized for its potential to provide food security in tropical regions.
The Tommies' football coach is one of five finalists vying for the honor.
The author advocates a human rights approach to examining the systems underlying the development and use of chemicals in society.
AARC memberships can be renewed, and new memberships can be purchased online starting Monday, Dec. 26. (AARC members who currently rent a locker can renew their memberships starting Monday, Dec. 19.)
Undergraduate day students do not automatically receive a printed grade report.
Tickets are for the 1 p.m. performance on Sunday, Jan. 22.
The details associated with establishing the fund will be ironed out by Senior Class Gift Committee.
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Orders must be to the Catering Department by noon on Wednesday, Dec. 21.
New, unwrapped gifts can be donated at four locations on the St. Paul campus and at the School of Law on the Minneapolis campus.
UST employees can file a new Form W-4 at any time. Michigan and North Dakota residents who work in Minnesota must complete a new MWR form by Feb. 28.
Each semester ECA hosts multiple campus visits by students from populations traditionally underrepresented at college. Student and faculty volunteers are needed to lead activities this spring.
Computer and printer donations, says professor of law Nekima Levy-Pounds, will help change the lives of young African American men.
Students in Free Enterprise hope to collect at least 5,000 pounds of food over the next few months.
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The Physical Plant and Environmental Health and Safety note precautions you can take for safer winter driving and walking across campus.
Food service will celebrate more than 50 years of dining in Murray Hall/Murray-Herrick Campus Center on Tuesday, Dec. 20.
The annual contest is conducted in two categories: A Sense of Place and An Intercultural Experience.
Ornaments, jewelry, Nativity figures and other items will be for sale from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily.