A sculpture memorializing students who have died while working toward a degree will soon become part of the university's permanent collection. The university is now commissioning artist proposals.
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In the wake of the violent and deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U. S. Capitol, a recent interdisciplinary panel of St. Thomas experts, including historians as well as legal, media and political science experts, agre...
Dr. Yohuru Williams, Distinguished University Chair and Professor of History and Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative at the University of St. Thomas, will speak at 2 p.m. CT Sunday, Jan. 17, abou...
As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, President Julie Sullivan addresses the St. Thomas community with a prayer to unite and recommit to actions that dismantle inequities and build belonging. (Jan. 15, 2021)
Many among the Twin Cities legal community reacted with swift and certain condemnation of Minneapolis police following George Floyd’s death, and then began reckoning with anti-Black racism and systemic injustices, particularly within the legal system.
COVID-19 has resulted in a range of economic and social impacts, from rising unemployment rates to health disparity among racial and ethnic populations. Amid the fallout, the pandemic has also highlighted the divisiveness over face covering guidelines and mandates.
University of St. Thomas School of Law Dean Robert Vischer is one of 157 law school deans from across the country to sign a published statement addressing the 2020 election and the events that took place in the U. S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Religious art lovers now have another reason to flock to north campus. A recently installed eight-foot bronze sculpture of St. Thomas Aquinas looms large outside of the Iversen Center for Faith. The university ...
School of Law alumna Tori Kee ’20 J.D. has been hired as the clinical law fellow for the St. Thomas Community Justice Project (CJP), the newest donor-funded St. Thomas Archbishop Ireland Justice Fellowship.
“'A Christmas Carol' and the Common Good,” presented by the Guthrie Theater and the Melrose and The Toro Company Center for Principled Leadership at the University of St. Thomas, will examine themes of leadership, social justice and business ethics through the lens of the Charles Dickens classic, "A Christmas Carol."
The Institute of International Education recently released Open Doors Report 2020. St. Thomas has the most international students among private universities in Minnesota and remains fourth in the state overall for international enrollment.
Archie Black, CEO and president of SPS Commerce, sat down with Distinguished University Chair, Professor and Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative Dr. Yohuru Williams on Nov. 6 for the First Friday Speaker Series.
The Newsroom talked with Professor and Department of Emerging Media Chair Mark Neuzil about the program, including his thoughts on the future of journalism, skills needed to succeed in the profession today and how students have changed over the years.