Expecting a Care Package in the Mail? Be sure to pick it up ASAP. Jim Winterer '71 May 9, 2011 The University of St. Thomas Post Office in Murray-Herrick Campus Center recently received a large number of pre-finals-week care packages for students. Many of the care packages contain fresh fruit and should be picked up soon … before the fruit spoils. Students who find a pink slip in their post office box need to pick up their care packages from the shipping-and-receiving window. Nina Rudd, manager of Campus Mail Services at St. Thomas, said that last December the fruit in many of the care packages went bad and had to be thrown away.