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The Wellness Center and BEAST (Bike Enthusiasts at St. Thomas) co-sponsor Bike Share, which allows students, faculty and staff to borrow a bicycle for up to seven days.
This Nike-sponsored program collects used athletic shoes and then grinds them up to make athletic courts, fields, tracks and playgrounds in areas of need.
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Be wary: On occasion water may blow out of the in-ground sprinklers.
Alexandra Campion, Lisa Johnson, Dr. Susan Marsnik and Dr. Tori Svoboda are honored with awards from UAWE.
Smyth will give a reading April 20 at the University of St. Thomas and participate in two Friends of the St. Paul Public Library events.
Volunteers are needed to help at the registration table or in timing and tracking swimmers, bikers and runners.
Many St. Thomas Page Scholars complete their 50 hours of service through CILCE's Tutor-Mentor Program.
The new name for CAPS will be College of Education, Leadership and Counseling.
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There is no limit on the number of tickets an individual can purchase.
The award will be presented at the University Advocates for Women and Equity’s spring reception Thursday, April 19.
3M’s George Buckley to Address Innovation and Collaboration at St. Thomas School of Engineering Celebration
The school will celebrate its 25th anniversary and honor its more than 3,500 software and engineering alumni Tuesday, April 24.
Earth Week is officially April 16-22; St. Thomas will host events and festivities April 12-22.
All members of the St. Thomas community are invited to attend the open interviews.
The award is presented annually to an hourly staff member in recognition for living and promoting the mission of the University of St. Thomas.
Registrations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the session.
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UST Libraries invites the St. Thomas community to participate in contests, book sales, a showcase of faculty and staff publications, a treasure hunt, a Telos Project discussion and much more.
This week’s headlines feature experts weighing in on Best Buy, politics, taxes and health care.
Since March 23, thefts have been reported in McCarthy Gym, Anderson Parking Facility, Owens Science Hall and Loras Hall.
A report completed in 2000 revealed that one in five women will experience sexual assault by the time they complete college.
About 9,000 Minnesotans experience homelessness each night; 45 percent are children. A group of UST students is trying to help by holding this event for the Listening House sanctuary for the disadvantaged.
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