Computer and printer donations, says professor of law Nekima Levy-Pounds, will help change the lives of young African American men.
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.
The vote to determine the Tommie Award winner will be held in mid-February.
Go to the Bookstore for all of your Christmas gifts and cross off your entire shopping list.
Full of the UST community’s favorite recipes, the cookbooks will be sold at the reduced price of $12 each.
The page is updated regularly with information on scholarships, summer activities, internship programs and admissions tips.
Students, faculty and staff can purchase tickets (limit of two per person) for the Tuesday, Jan. 10, game.
Donations of new or gently used clothing of any type are welcome and will be given to the Marie Sandvick Center for distribution to people in need.
Bikes that are currently being stored outside on campus grounds, including bike racks, must be removed.
In this column, Jackie Milbrandt points out that she and MBA alum Guillaume Ndayizigiy, a native of Burundi, are looking for books that pertain to entrepreneurship, family business, finance and organizational leadership.
New applications for funding will be accepted again in October 2012.
Students, faculty and staff can purchase tickets for $22.
Dr. Young-ok An will replace Dr. Corrine Carvalho, Theology Department, who has held the position for the last five and a half years.
Cost is $50 for adults and $25 for students.