Racial literacy in the digital age is the topic of the next School of Education Dean's Forum, which takes place Jan. 23.
Hundreds of St. Thomas students are spending their J-Term and spring semesters studying abroad in courses across 27 countries, four states and nearly 100 cities around the world.
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Senior Victor Sikeley is a double major in leadership and management along with business law, and is the founder of the company Initiative for a Better Africa, which strives to make Africa a better place for everyone to learn.
To celebrate once again a phenomenal year for St. Thomas, we've put together a list of the top 10 most-read feature stories; our personal favorite Newsroom stories; our 10 favorite photos; the top social media posts; and our favorite media placements.
Senior environmental science and biology major Hannah Wallace runs the St. Thomas chapter of the Food Recovery Network, a nationwide student movement that works to reduce the amount of food waste at colleges and universities.
Communication and journalism major Dylan Barrett is a jack of all trades, and master of several of them for good measure.
John Ireland Endowed Chair Stephen D. Brookfield and several colleagues discussed their new book, "Teaching Race," at a recent event at Anderson Student Center.
Minnesota United and the University of St. Thomas today announced that the University of St. Thomas football team will host Saint John’s University on Oct. 19, 2019 at Allianz Field.
More than 1,000 purple-clad fans cheered Friday as the men's basketball team won the first-ever game played at U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings, with an 85-70 win over UW-River Falls.
Please remember in your prayers Philip B. Byrne, father of Nora Byrne Fitzpatrick, Associate Vice President of Financial Planning & Budgeting and grandfather of undergraduate student John Thuente.
Last Friday at Anderson Student Center’s James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall, $62,000 in scholarships was awarded to an innovative group of students taking part in the Fowler Business Concept Challenge.