Growing up in an immigrant family from Laos, Pahoua Yang Hoffman ’06 MBA was grateful for people who helped them find footing in America. Her life experiences inspired her career working in nonprofits and mission-based organizations.
Jews around the world will celebrate the eight-day holiday of Passover starting Saturday night, March 27, with a festive meal, called a Seder, and the retelling of a story that people of many religions have hea...
Growing up in rural Minnesota and Wisconsin in the 1990s, Chad Lorenz ’04, ’06 MA, ’10 PsyD, ’14 MBA and his wife, Colleen Lorenz ’04, ’18 MBA, were acutely aware of the lack of access to quality health care, especially in the area of mental health.
Tommie fans will notice changes big and small when they return to the stands to watch their teams compete. One of these changes will be four words adorning some of the warm-up apparel: Shed A Little Light.
The St. Thomas community now has an additional opportunity to contribute to a more sustainable campus thanks to the launch of Tommie’s Closet, a campuswide clothing swap system in Anderson Student Center (ASC).
Seven individuals with ties to St. Thomas were named to this year's Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s annual “40 Under 40” list honoring young business and community leaders from throughout the Twin Cities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes throughout the St. Thomas community. With distance learning, and student clubs and organizations unable to meet in person, it can be hard for students to feel as connected to their fellow Tommies as they did prior to the pandemic.
Every dog has its day at Lucy & Co., a business Co-founder and CEO Ahmed El Shourbagy ’10 MBA started with his wife Ashley. Together they grew their digital business into a social powerhouse with millions of loyal dog followers.
Based on Minnesota’s plan to accelerate vaccine distribution, and the university's success in mitigating COVID-19 on campus so far, St. Thomas is making plans to resume in-person, normal campus operations before the fall 2021 semester.
Students in the Business 200 course this past year used racial covenants issued only 50-100 years ago to find how deeply rooted racial disparities were in the Twin Cities, even when it came to who could and couldn’t own a home in certain neighborhoods.