Choosing the right college is an exciting process, and at times it can seem overwhelming, but by starting early you can make the process enjoyable. here is a college visit checklist: http://bit.ly/VisitCampusnow#Campustour#Campus
Kechi Okwuchi survived a plane crash in 2005 in Nigeria that killed 107 people, and now she will give the commencement speech as she graduates from the University of St. Thomas. Check out the abc13 video interview: http://bit.ly/Grspeakersurvivor
Given the impotency of monetary policy during liquidity traps, Keynes recommended a greater reliance on fiscal policy, urging governments to borrow and invest the available idle balances themselves. UST's Dr. Shirvani says... http://bit.ly/LiquidTraps
The University of St. Thomas will celebrate more than 1,000 students during the UST Commencement Ceremony on May 16, 2015. Here, we celebrate a few of the graduates with Faces of UST: http://bit.ly/StthomGradfaces
“You see, to me, this degree is not just a degree. It is a gift to the 60 students that died in a plane crash I was in 10 years ago. It represents the fulfillment of a promise I made, to those students and to their parents, that I would reach this important milestone on behalf of those they lost.” http://bit.ly/grdspeech
Kechi Okwuchi, a University of St. Thomas economics graduate and student speaker at the 2015 Commencement Ceremony, is optimistic and a firm believer in the unknown. At the age of 16, she survived a plane crash in Nigeria that killed 107 others, including 60 of her high school classmates.
Members of Juanita Hardy's family say the title of RN is long overdue. “They’ve taken some license with RN,” Hardy said. “The family joke is that it stands for ‘real nurse’ and that’s what I am now.” http://bit.ly/1DCYTGz
From where he is sitting, William Shepherd sees the world laid out before him. It helps that he is sitting high up in a crane, but that is only part of the reason for his view on life. Read more: http://bit.ly/Newbusheights