UST in the News

UST in the news

Here's a roundup of recent St. Thomas mentions of interest in various media.

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  • “$2.03 sounds like a bargain,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Nov. 23, 2005. “A recent University of St. Thomas survey found gasoline and heating-fuel costs are weighing heavily on consumers. Nearly 27 percent of those surveyed volunteered that fuel costs will curtail spending, while 29 percent of those asked directly said gasoline and natural gas prices wouldn't affect their spending.”
  • “New gay-priest rules not really new, experts say,” Star Tribune, Nov. 24, 2005. “‘My impression is that this is not any different from what we have been practicing here,’ said Sister Katarina Schuth, a professor of pastoral theology and national consultant on seminary education at the St. Paul Seminary in St. Paul.”
  • “Sharing global differences in a changing Minnesota,” Star Tribune, Nov. 24, 2005. “Students from the University of St. Thomas and an all-immigrant high school meet weekly to break stereotypes and prepare for a global society.”
  • “For these 12 coaches, mix of career paths led to today's date at the Dome,” Star Tribune, Nov. 25, 2005. “Three hold degrees from Minnesota State, Mankato, two are graduates of Minnesota-Morris and two went to the University of St. Thomas.”
  • “One in the spirit,” Star Tribune, Nov. 26, 2005. Here’s a Q and A with St. Thomas alumnus Curtiss De Young, a minister who has developed a course in reconciliation studies at Bethel University in Arden Hills.
  • “Retailers hope big deals bring big season,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Nov. 26, 2005. “A survey by the Institute for Retailing Excellence at the University of St. Thomas found that households, on average, plan to trim holiday spending by 6 percent to $750. But a Deloitte & Touche survey projects a 19 percent increase in overall holiday spending here, three times the increase it projects for the nation.”\
  • “Race is on to use or lose health money,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Nov. 28, 2005. “Mike Rowan increased his FSA at the University of St. Thomas to $2,500 this year because he was planning to have hip surgery. Bills from the September surgery are still coming, so he isn't sure whether he will have extra flex money. But if there is any, he has a backup plan.”