A few weeks ago, the Opus College of Business received recognition of its excellence in delivering management education to undergraduate and graduate students. I choose the word “recognition” carefully, because this is not an award for reaching this achievement, but acknowledgement of what has been going on for a long time. The AACSB seal on [...]
Learn to relax the body and mind through the stretching and breathing activities of Hatha yoga, a gentle practice that provides rest and rejuvenation.
Campus Ministry invites students to gather after the 11 a.m. Mass every first and third Sunday.
Because the first group is full, a second Healthy Relationships group has been formed and will meet on Tuesdays during spring semester.
A recent grad was crowned Queen of the Snows and several members of the Tommie community were involved with this year’s Treasure Hunt.
The spring semester started this week and life on campus is back to normal. Students hurry across the Quad with cell phones tucked to their ears. The days get longer. The Grill gets busier. And the basketball Tommies again sit atop the MIAC men’s standings, ranked No. 8 in the nation in Division III.
Jacobs directs a New York-based social-justice center and is on Newsweek’s list of the 50 most-influential rabbis in America.
The St. Thomas men’s basketball team again is in first place in the MIAC, rated No. 8 in the country, and Dave Nimmer knows one of the reasons why: coaches Steve Fritz and John Tauer. Today in The Scroll, Nimmer writes about the Tommie titans and why they impress him.
The forum will include a sample UST MBA class and a GMAT preparation class presented by the Princeton Review, a leader in test preparation.
A Minnesota State Grant and a Minnesota Achieve Scholarship require 15 or more credits; other awards require 12 or more credits.
You can hear recitals on the “Pipedreams” program Feb. 6 and Feb. 27.