Celebrate National Poetry Month as the Emily Dickinson Marathon returns to the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Wednesday, April 26. Read one poem, or stay for more. Or just listen and snack on some of the Dickinson-era treats that will be provided.
Hundreds of St. Thomas students, faculty and staff, and other community members filled James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall at St. Thomas on Friday to hear Ross Douthat and Dr. Cornel West discuss Christianity and politics in today's United States.
All members of the St. Thomas community are invited to the Anderson Student Center at noon on Tuesday, April 4, for a changemaking event that will celebrate Tommies' ongoing work bringing positive change to their communities and the world.
Heather Bouwman, Ph.D., an English professor at the University of St. Thomas, lives and breathes her belief that we never outgrow children’s literature. Her second novel, a historical fantasy adventure for children called A Crack in the Sea, was published in January.
The new name will commemorate one of the University of St. Thomas’ most historically significant students, Father John Henry "Harry" Dorsey, a pioneering African-American priest of the early 20th century and St. Thomas' first African-American student.