Monthly Archives: December 2014

The World War I Christmas Truce of 1914

Like the rest of the university, the History Blog is on break until January! In the meantime, check out this interesting piece from Time Magazine about WWI soldiers who traded warfare for Christmas Carols and an impromptu game of soccer … Continue reading

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Why Major in History? Its Perfect for a Career in Computer Forensics!

This week the History Department says goodbye to three of our most fabulous and inspiring undergrads! We asked them for their thoughts on being a history major.  During my time as a St. Thomas history major, I have learned that … Continue reading

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Why Major in History? Senior Noah Zernechel Explains!

This week the History Department says goodbye to three of our most fabulous and inspiring undergrads! We asked them for their thoughts on being a history major.  Being part of the St. Thomas History Department has been a true honor. … Continue reading

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Why Major in History? Graduating Seniors Explain

This week the History Department says goodbye to three of our most fabulous and inspiring undergrads! We asked them for their thoughts on being a history major.  For a while, I did not think that this day would come. I … Continue reading

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Patriots & Loyalists Take Over ASC!

Cheers to the History Club – the Boston Tea Party commemoration was a smashing success! Looking forward to what the spring might bring…

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241 Years Later, The Politics of Tea Still Resound

In commemoration of the Boston Tea Party, the UST History Club will be serving free tea and coffee to students and faculty from 11:30-1:30 on Tuesday, December 16, in Anderson Student Center 236. Please stop by, enjoy a hot beverage … Continue reading

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What Pearl Harbor Means to Me

This Saturday, December 7th, marks the 73rd anniversary of the military attack on Pearl Harbor. Dr. Patti Kameya offers some reflection on the legacy of the event that officially drew the United States into World War II.  What do we … Continue reading

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