Last fall, a group of St. Thomas faculty and staff became part of the university’s first Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (SEED) cohort.
Campus Ministry worked with several students to create a set of videos leading up to the beginning of Ramadan on May 5.
More than a hundred St. Thomas community members gathered for April’s College of Arts and Sciences Teach-in Tuesday on the topic of Stonewall.
A cohort of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America students, the Rondo Commemorative Plaza and Jake Reilly have received Minnesota Campus Compact Awards.
Energy has been growing for some time at St. Thomas around supporting the many faiths of everyone in the university's community, including both how people practice their own faith and how those faiths encounter one another.
Construction for three major projects on the St. Thomas north campus is scheduled to begin April 1.
As adults, the focus of emergency training shifts to personal safety planning – a lifelong habit that can begin today. If there is an emergency on campus, do you know what to do?
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.
The University of St. Thomas has a new vice president and director of athletics. Phil Esten ‘95 will return to his alma mater in January, bringing with him a breadth of experience from athletics leadership positions at Penn State University; the University of California, Berkeley; the University of Minnesota and The Ohio State University.
Thousands of St. Thomas community members gathered in the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex fieldhouse on Wednesday, signaling with their overwhelming presence that St. Thomas is ready for change.
Faculty and staff members of the St. Thomas Anti-Racism Coalition have sent a letter to President Julie Sullivan and the Newsroom calling for systemic change in response to the ongoing challenges our community faces. The president, provost, and entire university leadership team is committed to undertaking the short-term and long-term work needs to ensure this moment is a meaningful inflection point in stepping up our efforts to create and sustain a diverse and inclusive community that lives our fundamental value of respecting and promoting the human dignity of all.
For 52 years, Steve Fritz has solidified his legacy as one of the school’s great Tommies. Now, that legacy will follow him into retirement. The 2018-19 academic year will be Fritz’s final at St. Thomas as he steps away from his position as athletic director after 27 years.
The University of St. Thomas will kick off the 2018-19 academic year with a host of traditional events for students, faculty and staff.
The University of St. Thomas is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy McDonough to the position of chief of staff and liaison to the Office of the President effective July 16.
The next gathering of the Diversity and Inclusion roundtable will be on May 24, and will feature Dr. Mahmoud El-Kati, emeritus professor at Macalester College. Attendees will also receive a free copy of his book, "The Myth of Race."
For the fourth consecutive year, University of St. Thomas Dining Services has been honored by the Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards, given by The National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS).
On Thursday, April 19, the St. Thomas community will gather to celebrate its employees and highlight the incredible things they have accomplished to the university in their time here.
When then-President Father Dennis Dease signed the the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) in 2008, he underscored St. Thomas’ ongoing and future commitment to sustainability. With the commitment of carbon neutrality by 2035, the statement included ambitious goals. In the decade since nearly every aspect of life on the university campus has been touched in some way by St. Thomas’ commitment to sustainability.