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Set up an appointment with Duane Bauer for help with a variety of services, support and direction.
Sign up online for an available spot from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The award was given by the Design-Build Institute of America, Upper Midwest Region.
The cooks will present their original recipes in a tasty array of menu items.
Learn about the UST School of Law's early admission program, application process and deadlines; law students also will talk about their first year of law school.
Masses will not be celebrated April 5-9 in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. Those who will be on campus are invited to attend Triduum and Easter liturgies at the Church of St. Mark on Dayton Avenue.
City of St. Paul Proposes Restricting Future Conversions of Owner-occupied Housing to Student-rental Housing Near St. Thomas
The affected area would require a minimum distance of 150 feet between existing student-rental housing in single-family houses and duplexes and any new student dwellings of the same size.
A potpourri of headlines this week, including rankings, real estate and a noteworthy person younger than 40.
A “tapping” ceremony will begin the week of April 2. Faculty clad in academic garb will visit business classes and extend Beta Gamma Sigma's invitation to outstanding undergraduate students.
Research database trials end soon, and feedback is needed. Items are still being accepted for the annual library book sale, which will be held in April.
The early deadline also applies to changes for existing orders.
Law Journal’s Spring Symposium to Discuss Impact of ‘Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission’
The Supreme Court held that the First Amendment prohibited the government from restricting political expenditures by corporations and unions.
Amy Ernst, Humanitarian, Rape-crisis Counselor, Medical Advocate in the Congo, to Speak Here April 2
Ernst is a rape-crisis counselor and medical advocate in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
John A. Ryan Institute co-sponsors Eighth International Conference for Catholic Social Thought and Management Education in June
Dr. Don Briel, director of the university's Center for Catholic Studies, will be among the panelists at the conference, which will be held at the University of Dayton (Ohio).
See what St. Thomas faculty, staff and students are up to this week.
In addition to a welcome back to campus, CILCE says thank you to all who gave up their spring breaks for service-learning trips.
The advisory board includes roughly equal numbers of faculty, staff and students.
The two student clubs will collect plastic grocery bags throughout the month.
The candidate is Rachel Endo, chair of the Teacher Education Department at Hamline University.
‘Distressed’ Housing Sales in Twin Cities Still at Record Levels, but Necessary for Eventual Market Recovery
The recent national foreclosure settlement is prompting lenders to process their supply of foreclosed and short-sale homes, according to University of St. Thomas analysts.
The salad bar will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Tuesday, April 10, event will examine ethics and consumer marketing.
The information session will feature details on the graduate programs, the application process and requirements, a question-and-answer session and a tour.
Five hundred St. Thomas employees have been randomly selected to participate in the annual online survey.