All it takes is one idea. That’s the spirit behind the Fowler Business Concept Challenge. Open to all St. Thomas students regardless of their field of study, the Fowler is a chance to unleash your inner entrepreneur and win your share of more than $40,000 in scholarships
The annual March Through the Arches, undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies bring the St. Thomas community together to recognize the accomplishments of the Class of 2018. Sights and Sounds highlight...
More than 1,300 undergraduate students officially became part of the St. Thomas alumni community on Saturday as the Class of 2018 received their degrees. O'Shaughnessy Stadium was filled with thousands more family, friends, faculty and staff as the university celebrated the accomplishments of so many Tommies.
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.
Got a great idea for a new business or social venture? Then you’ll want to check out the Fowler Business Concept Challenge.
The 87th edition of Tommie-Johnnie was unforgettable, as record-breaking numbers of fans saw an incredible game at Target Field.
The Holy Grail trophy of Tommie-Johnnie is one of many coveted rivalry trophies for Minnesota-based football.
Get ready for the 87th Tommie-Johnnie football clash with these stories on mascots, rivalry trophies and the great I.A. O'Shaughnessy.
The Saint John Vianney's annual Wiffle Ball World Series is a marquee event on the "God Quad" of St. Thomas' north campus, complete with national anthem, root beer floats and a championship trophy.
For a second year in a row, the community will come together for a Feed My Starving Children MobilePack with a goal of packing more than 100,000 meals for starving children around the world.
Originally started for the St. Thomas football team by Father William Baer, former rector of St. John Vianney Seminary, Last Chance Mass is a Sunday evening service that welcomes students from across campus.
The club promoted pranks, laughter and, oddly enough, cross-country hitchhiking races as club members good-timed their way through college in the years following WW II. They also had a serious, studious side that would serve them well later in the professional world.