The class recently attended a team-building retreat at Camp Ihduhapi and over the next few weeks will plan and host a professional and a social event.
More than 100 people played the Middle East trivia game.
Payroll announces early deadlines on payroll action items because of the Good Friday and Easter Monday holidays and spring break.
Now in its second year, the John Ireland Scholarship program provides full tuition for up to three St. Thomas grads.
Only one prize per person will be given out, so if you find more than one egg, you are asked to leave them for others to find.
The five-game event will be held at Bethel University.
Jacob Becker and Wyatt Bauer will give presentations Friday.
Muslim and non-Muslim students are invited to join.
Scholarship amounts will be no less than $1,500.
The Wellness Center also offers stress-reduction classes for students on Monday nights.
Students from St. Thomas and St. Catherine University will co-host Relay for Life on Friday, April 30.
Guest speaker Dan Arlandson advises institutional investors on hedge fund allocations.
End your meal with what Dining Services promises will be "fantastic" desserts.
Stop by the center this week to pick up a water bottle filled with safety tips, and essentials for a relaxing and safe Spring Break.
The Philosophy Club will moderate Wednesday's debate.
The presentation topic should relate to the theme “i-LEAD.” Individuals and groups interested in submitting proposals are asked to send it to the FLI Committee by Friday, March 26.
The Deferred Admission program allows seniors to secure a spot two years in advance, allowing time for full-time work experience. The next informational session is Tuesday, March 23.
The Sigma Chi Sweetheart is held in high regard and becomes the fraternity’s female representative on campus. Applications are due by April 24.
Enter for a chance to win a $50 UST Bookstore gift card.
Learn, share your opinion, and enter into discussion about who holds truth and the Catholic Church's relationship with other Christian denominations.
Pictures must be submitted by Wednesday, March 24.
Two scholarships totaling $9,000 will be awarded.
Opus College of Business students are invited to take their evening class breaks today and Thursday in the Terrence Murphy Hall atrium.
Grant recipients will be provided a $4,000 stipend and free on-campus housing for the summer while completing a research project in conjunction with a community partner.
Undergraduate students who apply through the Tommie Law Early Admission Program are exempt from taking the LSAT. An informational session will be held Tuesday, March 23.