UST in the News for Oct. 25, 2013

“Saxophone suits jazz player Steve Cole just fine, thank you,” Reading Eagle, Oct. 10. Music professor Steve Cole is featured.

“Complex Relationship Between Phosphorus Levels, Nitrogen Removal in Lakes,” Science Daily, Oct. 10. Biology professor Gaston Small is quoted.

“Dynamics of Minneapolis mayoral race unprecedented on many levels,” MinnPost, Oct. 10. Communication and Journalism professor Kevin Sauter is quoted.

“Twin Cities home sales still strong in September,” Star Tribune, Oct. 10. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

“Ask The Experts: Are Stock Market Glitches Something to Worry About?” Card Hub, Oct. 11. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

“Ask the Consultant: Twitter can be risky,” Star Tribune, Oct. 13. Master of Business Communication program director Michael Porter is quoted.

“Reusse: Backup QB leads St. Thomas over upset-starved Gusties,” Star Tribune, Oct. 13.

“What the law really says about Christmas music in schools: column,” Wasau Daily Herald, Oct. 11. Commentary by School of Law professor Michael Stokes Paulsen.

“With suit pending, University of St. Thomas priest goes on leave,” Star Tribune, Oct. 14.

“A sad goodbye to 10 international journalists,” Star Tribune, Oct. 14. The World Press Institute is featured.

“Could Archbishop Nienstedt face charges or lose his job?” MinnPost, Oct. 14. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

“Breaking down the debt ceiling,” KARE, Oct. 16. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

“University of St. Thomas to inaugurate first female president Thursday,” Star Tribune, Oct. 15. “'Kiddie deserts': Are urban areas a haven for the childless and a trap for the poor?” Deseret News, Oct. 15. Philosophy professor Rachel Lu is quoted.

“Best Buy shares top $40 for the first time since 2010,” Star Tribune, Oct. 15. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

“Good Question: Why Do Temps In The 50s Feel So Cool In The Fall?” WCCO, Oct. 16. Health and Human Performance professor Paul Mellick is quoted.

“St. Paul: University of St. Thomas president to be inaugurated,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 16.

“Could Pope Francis make women cardinals? A pipe dream, and an opening,” Religion News Service, Oct. 17. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

“Julie Sullivan Inaugurated as 1st Woman President of U of St. Thomas,” KSTP, Oct. 17.

“St. Thomas Inaugurates 1st Female President,” WCCO, Oct. 17.

“St. Thomas inaugurates Julie Sullivan, its first non-priest president,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 17.

“MSFA eyes retail for block near stadium,” Finance and Commerce, Oct. 17. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

“Beyond Bounds: Who Wins When St. Thomas’ 2 Star WRs Go 1-On-1?” WCCO, Oct. 18. Tommie football players Dan Ferrazzo and Dan Noehring are featured.

“Catholic official who investigated priest quits St. Thomas board,” Star Tribune, Oct. 19

“Former archbishop Flynn steps down from St. Thomas post,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 19.

“St. Paul: Welcome to St. Thomas's new leader,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 19.

“Outside Consultant: Time for a partner?” Star Tribune, Oct. 20. Opus College of Business professor Mark Spriggs is quoted.

“St. Thomas announces real estate hall of fame inductees,” Star Tribune, Oct. 21.

“Gov. Dayton Declares Tuesday ‘Love Your Melon Day,’” WCCO, Oct. 22. UST Entrepreneurship students Brian Keller and Zach Quinn are featured.

“Group Shaves Heads at U of St. Thomas to Raise Awareness for Childhood Cancer,” KSTP, Oct. 22.

“LOVE YOUR MELON: Big Lake boy faces flight fear after beating cancer,” KMSP, Oct. 22.

“St. Thomas law school freezes tuition,” KARE, Oct. 23.

“MSFA to pay $17.1M for ramp, plaza near dome,” Finance and Commerce, Oct. 24. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

“Proof that shoppers are still in control? Frequent storewide sales,” Star Tribune, Oct. 24. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

“It's time to clean up Minnesota’s biggest carbon polluters,” MinnPost, Oct. 24. Commentary by engineering professor John Abraham.