According to a St. Thomas real estate index, the percentage of foreclosures and ‘short sales’ continues to decline thanks in part to lenders who are working harder to keep people in their homes.
Nick Serratore points a small flashlight at the counter in an Owens Science Hall chemistry lab and thumbs the "on" button with his right hand. Nothing happens.
Jerry Hammer’s earliest recollection of the fair is fleeing from it when he was three years old. “We were watching a [midway attraction] … where a man sits in a cage, and a light bulb above his head turns off. When it turns back on, there [was] a guy in a gorilla suit standing in the cage where the man used to be. I remember looking out the window to see if the gorilla was chasing us home. … My 6-year-old brother [Robert ’74] just laughed.”
It may not be the gap between the 99 percent and the 1 percent, but an enormous void can be found in the world of criminal justice. It is the gap between individuals who are poor enough to qualify for a public defender, and those who can afford a private attorney.
Senior Ryan Delaney, junior Nate Webster and sophomore Mitch Hoffmann have been working as a team on the “TurtleBot” since early June.
Immigration will never cease to be a hot-button topic. In times of economic crisis, xenophobia often rears its head. Unauthorized migrants get painted with broad strokes – labeled as terror- ists, job stealers and criminals. But a counter narrative must be told – one of inclusion, democracy, family values and fairness.
A flawed health care system will take more than mandates to recover; it will take consumer engagement
The partnership's first online degree program will be a Master of Arts in public safety and law enforcement leadership.
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A worker welds the frame of the new scoreboard at the north end of O'Shaughnessy Stadium, Aug. 10, 2012. The 28-foot by 48-foot scoreboard will include a video screen that will measure 18 feet four inches tall and 32 feet nine inches wide, making it the largest stadium video board in NCAA Division III. (Photo by Mike Ekern '02)
The University of St. Thomas’ new Anderson Student Center has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The university in 2008 adopted a policy of pursuing green, sustainable and energy-efficient strategies for all new building projects; this marks the first time, however, that it submitted a building for LEED certification.
The University of St. Thomas has been named one of the Top Workplaces in Minnesota according to an employee-based survey from the Star Tribune. St. Thomas will celebrate its Top Workplace recognition from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 20. Enjoy cake and ice cream on John P. Monahan Plaza in St. Paul and on the second floor between Schulze Hall and Terrence Murphy Hall in Minneapolis.
Brian Osende '10 B.S.M.E., '11 M.S. returns to Uganda and brings light to his grandparents' village for the first time
KAMPALA, UGANDA - The miracle workers are busy here these days. In a former retail storefront on a rut-filled dirt road in Ndejje, a poverty-stricken area southeast of Kampala, the first Hope Medical Clinic opened in November 2007. The sign outside says "Eddwaliro," Ugandan for "health care," in bold red letters, and 40 to 50 people show up every month or treatment of malaria, typhoid fever and the flu.
Do we live in a culture of blame? Some writers at The Economist magazine think so. In fact, a 2008 column in the magazine went so far as to claim that Western cultures have become “dominated and warped by blame.” When it came to assigning responsibility, The Economist called out news media directly for their role in promoting blame.