Catering orders on the Minneapolis campus for the week of Nov. 28 must be submitted to the catering office by noon on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Equipped with 10 years of data, University of St. Thomas researchers find the mood of holiday shoppers is swinging back to pre-recession levels.
St. Thomas rose two notches, from number seven to number five, for undergraduate students who study abroad, in the Open Doors Report 2011.
What do Leonardo da Vinci, Andy Warhol, and Albertus Kep have in common? They are all artists included in a monumental publication, The Art Museum.
Kickoff against 10-0 but unranked St. Scholastica is at noon.
The St. Thomas team will represent ABA Region 7 at the national competition, which takes place in New Orleans in February.
The entire campus community is invited.
The Anderson Student Center is constructed in the Collegiate Gothic style, something very familiar to the St. Thomas campus.
Students, faculty and staff can purchase tickets for the Nov. 27 game (limit of two tickets per person).
After three straight months in decline, the median “traditional sale” price of a Twin Cities-area home saw an upturn.
Two individuals were injured in assaults last week on Snelling near Grand and also Near St. Clair.
A host of events are planned daily to promote international communication and awareness in the St. Thomas community.
Students also may apply directly to attend this three-day January dialogue on various aspects of diversity, personal identity and privilege.
This is a new option for parking ramp vouchers.
In addition to Spinning, TRX, Yoga, Yoga Sculpt and Zumba, a new class – Boot Camp – will be offered.
This research guide pulls together a variety of sources to use if you’re choosing a major, exploring occupations, or looking for a job or internship.
Dr. Steve Jameson ’85 is teaching Exploring Medicine at St. Thomas for the first time this semester. His aim: To help students decide for themselves if a career in medicine is right for them.
The test will be conducted at 1 p.m. Centra Standard Time tomorrow.
Kachian, a professor of music at the University of St. Thomas, joins Wynton Marsalis, Van Cliburn and John Williams in this prestigious organization.
Crepes will be served from 5:30 to 10 p.m.