Spain’s beautiful beaches, multi-peaked mountains and historic sites are not the only things the University of St. Thomas Women’s Basketball team conquered this August on a basketball tour abroad. The Celts learned a few new international rules to playing the game, and grew even closer through the sweat, laughter and adventures they shared around Barcelona, Spain.
The University of St. Thomas’s Music Preparatory School saw record numbers in student enrollment and donations for the 2015 summer camps. Founding director Paul Krystofiak was excited for the turnout in both student numbers and monetary contributions.
The University of St. Thomas was ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the “Best in the West” colleges for 2016. In the website feature “2016 Best Colleges: Region by Region,” UST is among 125 colleges and universities in 15 Western states to represent the “Best in the West.”
An employee in University of St. Thomas’ Facilities Operations, Roberto Tobar, will soon become a science teacher for 5th grade students in Cleveland Independent School District. Through the services offered by UST’s employee benefits and with the encouragement of his supervisor, Tobar will have the opportunity to live his dream of educating children.
Keagan Foss is a senior biology major, chemistry minor and pre-dental student who decided to spend part of his summer mentoring high school students interested in pursuing careers in the medical field.
UST Modern and Classical Languages Department hosts movie night for Casa Argentina of Houston.
Patrick Moore, cellist presents a recital of works for cello and piano with guest artist, Rodney Waters on piano.
UST Community Vegetable Garden
The UST Community needs to look no further than the University of St. Thomas campus for fresh, healthy snacks.
UST Celts for Life Pro-Life Banquet
Celts for Life is our campus pro-life group. Our annual banquet allows us to continue to build a culture of life at UST and in the community.
Eddy Marcano: Venezuela in Violin
Eddy Marcano performs music by Venezuelan composers on Violin, accompanied by Jorge Polanco on guitar and Cuatro.