In today’s market-obsessed economy, a liberal arts degree is often considered an indulgence. Who gets a job with a Master in Liberal Arts? However, it's the rich perspective the MLA provides that makes students such good job candidates.
Amelia Templeton, a small-town girl and self-proclaimed painfully shy child, found her voice through theatre when she participated in her first performance, Ducktails and Bobbysox. Since that performance, she has been calling the shots and directing her journey. Read more about Amelia's journey: http://bit.ly/VeteranOvercomes
#TBT — UST's Drama Department presented Grease in March 1990. Clockwise from left: Brenda Hill '91, Miki Yates '93, Wade Hescht, Cheryl Le Sale, Shannon Dawson, Marshall Nord, Jeremy Moon, Daryl Bevis, Christopher Smith '93 and Julia Peck '93.
Dr. Robert Ivany, UST President, hosted the President's Day of Service. Students volunteered for a number of campus beautification projects on Feb. 14, 2014. Check out the video: http://bit.ly/PDoSvid