A new program offers students an opportunity to live and learn in small communities, creating a depth of experience that reaches beyond the classroom.
How a post-graduation road trip led two Tommies on a journey of self-discovery that helped bear witness to the humanity in all of us.
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Communication and journalism professor Xiaowen Guan's whole life is a blend of cultures, from her Chinese roots, to her research, to her Irish husband, to her Star Wars-approved son's name.
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A gunshot wound left St. Thomas graduate student Sam Olukiran alone and helpless on a street in Ibadan, Nigeria. This is how he survived, found Minnesota and now tries to make every moment - and every person - matter.
St. Thomas psychology professor John Tauer, Ph.D., led a group of panelists in discussing what "Winning With Integrity" means in today's sports landscape.
Father Erich Rutten, St. Thomas' director of Campus Ministry since 2007, will accept a new position from the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis later this spring.
An increasing percentage of St. Thomas students are taking on internships in hopes of gaining the valuable experience employers look for in hiring full-time positions.
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Sophomore Patrick Fisher looked deep into the works of Thomas Aquinas to find how St. Thomas' namesake saint might guide our views on environmental sustainability.
The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning hosted a two-day symposium on "Christian Faith in a Multifaith World," examining interreligious interaction 50 years after the Catholic Church's Nostra Aetate document from Vatican II.
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English professor Todd Lawrence got to St. Thomas thanks to as little math as possible, a smoke-filled advising session from a college professor, and a just plain love of books.
Wendy Wyatt, chair of the Department of Communication and Journalism, helped develop a tool for online journalists to create a code of ethics.
Musician Adam Levy will be at Scooter's on Monday evening to perform music from his latest album – which was inspired by the passing of his son by suicide in 2012 – and to help facilitate a discussion on mental health.
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After six years of training faculty and courses taught under its pedagogy, Writing Across the Curriculum will become part of St. Thomas' core curriculum requirements in fall 2015.
St. Thomas professor Katarina Schuth met Pope Francis earlier this month in Rome, where he thanked her for the hard work she does and told her to remember to get some rest.
A composition by Father Jan Michael Joncas, St. Thomas artist-in-residence and research fellow in Catholic Studies, will be played in Philadelphia with the papal Mass from Pope Francis.
Graduation provides these eight seniors with time to reflect on past accomplishments and look forward to what the future may hold.
St. Thomas junior Anna Nolan will be the sole college student in a delegation joining Gov. Mark Dayton on a mission to Mexico in August to promote economic ties.
St. Thomas biology associate professor Adam Kay and his students have helped make Brightside Produce the first economically sustainable model for distributing low-cost, fresh produce to corner stores.