Enjoy the festivities, if you dare, between 8 p.m. and midnight.
Scholarship applications should be submitted by 4:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 1.
In order to earn all their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
Check out game show night and a scavenger hunt on Tuesday and Wednesday. The STAR committee meets Thursday.
The forum will give students a chance to voice concerns to student leaders. The first 100 attendees will get a free Chipotle burrito.
Two staff members recently joined the campus community.
The majority of recipients will be in the College of Arts and Sciences, but increases will occur across all of the university's programs.
The breakfast is free for undergraduate students.
Halogen bonding is being utilized in macromolecular engineering, biochemistry and pharmacology.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, fans wearing pink to the UST-St. Kate's volleyball game tonight will receive a free pink sweatband.
Stop by for a chance to ask questions about women’s studies courses, major and minor requirements, scholarships and other opportunities.
Everyone is welcome hear a talk by Minnesota's outgoing speaker of the house and former candidate for governor.
Students of all faiths are welcome to apply by Monday, Oct. 25, for membership on this committee.
Phillips Scholarships, $16,400 awards, are given annually to six sophomores from Minnesota private colleges.
Tonia O'Brien and Maggie Zimmerman return to campus to discuss the training they needed to get and succeed in their current jobs.
Students from the Aquinas staff will be handing them out between noon and 1 p.m.
This is the one time during the year when employees can make changes to their benefits without a "qualifying event" or a change in status.
If you work at the Minneapolis campus, or just happen to be there between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, stop by the credit union table in the second-floor hallway area of Terrance Murphy Hall to ha...
The USG council will be on hand to discuss the concerns of students and to hand out free T-shirts and pizza.
Sophomore and junior applicants must submit a two-page essay describing how they inspire and advance one another and give back to the UST community.
The Catering Department does not have carts available for club use.
The scholarships cover the cost of the Kaplan MCAT preparation course.
Join Biology Department faculty at the Tri-Beta Biology Club meeting today for a discussion of their research and a chance to discover what interests you.
This is an opportunity for clubs to earn service hours and for students to help those in need.
This is an opportunity to speak up on issues at UST, have some free pumpkin pie and win prizes. Sophomore Evan Welle will perform.