• UST in the News for Dec. 23, 2013

    “Final Holiday Shopping Weekend Attracts Bargain Hunters, Procrastinators,” WCCO, Dec. 21. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “How Best Buy won Wall Street in 2013,” Pioneer Press, Dec. 21. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Salvation Army bell ringers stand tall in face of online competition,” Pioneer Press, Dec. 21. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Christmas Cheer: Corporate Bonuses on their Way,” KSTP, Dec. 19. Opus College of Business professor Teresa Rothhausen-Vange is quoted.

    “How Will Data Breach Affect Target’s Bottom Line?” KSTP, Dec. 19. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

    “Good Question: Why Do We Have To Choose Between Coke, Pepsi?” WCCO, Dec. 12. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Distressed home sales clearing the market,” Finance and Commerce, Dec. 11. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Good Question: Why Is This Pope So Popular?” WCCO, Dec. 11. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

    “Twin Cities home sales slid in November,” Star Tribune, Dec. 11. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Good Question: Does Buying Stuff Really Make Us Feel Better?” WCCO, Dec. 11. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Experts say finding friends more difficult after 30,” KARE 11, Dec. 11. Communication and Journalism professor Carol Bruess and Psychology professor Ryan Bremner are quoted.

    “Pope Francis Named Time’s Person Of The Year,” KARE 11, Dec. 11. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

    “Good Question: Does Buying Stuff Really Make Us Feel Better?” WCCO, Dec. 10. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “The scandal at the Vatican bank,” Financial Times, Dec. 6. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

    “Climate change: What we know, what we’re doing,” MPR, Dec. 5. Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

    “Black Friday Slipping as King of Retail,” KSTP, Dec. 1. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

    “1 Victim of St. Paul Hit-and-Run Improving, 1 Still Critical,” KSTP, Dec. 2.

    “MOA Reports Brisk Black Friday Business,” WCCO, Nov. 29. An Opus College of Business report is referenced.

    “St. Paul woman arrested in hit-and-run that injured St. Thomas students,” Star Tribune, Nov. 29.

    “Black Friday Now a 5-Day Stretch,” KSTP, Nov. 29. Opus College of Business professor Lorman Lundsten is quoted.

    “Pre-Black Friday shopping off to a robust start,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 28. An Opus College of Business report is referenced.

    “Metro area holiday spending predicted to go up,” KARE 11, Nov. 28. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “The Power of the Presidential Pardon,” The Atlantic, Nov. 25. School of Law professor Mark Osler is quoted.

    “Twin Cities home prices hold steady, sales inventory tight,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 27. The Shenehon Center for Real Estate is referenced.

    “Obama would do well to follow Gerald Ford’s example of clemency,” Waco Tribune-Herald, Nov. 26. Column by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

    “Small retailers find ways to compete with the big boxes,” Star Tribune, Nov. 26. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Business Owners Ask Minnesotans to Shop Locally During Holidays,” KSTP, Nov. 25. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

    “At University of St. Thomas, Catholics and Muslims find common ground,” Star Tribune, Nov. 25.

    “The legacy of JFK’s call to public service,” MPR, Nov. 22. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted.

    “University of St. Thomas Going Tobacco Free in 2014,” KSTP, Nov. 21.

    “St. Thomas survey: Twin Cities holiday shoppers are ‘ready to go,’” Pioneer Press, Nov. 20.

    “The Hottest Places To Shop, Gifts To Buy This Holiday In MN,” WCCO, Nov. 20. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Good Question: Why Are People Required To Pay For Unwanted Health Coverage?” WCCO, Nov. 20. Director of the Center for Health and Medical Affairs Dan McLaughlin is quoted.

    “Holiday spending plans on the rise, St. Thomas survey says,” MinnPost, Nov. 20. Opus College of Business annual holiday spending survey is referenced.

    “Astonishment over law student accused of murder,” KARE 11, Nov. 19. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

    “Retailers will try bag of tricks to woo Black Friday shoppers,” Star Tribune, Nov. 18. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Climate change blamed for typhoon’s severity,” MPR, Nov. 14. Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

    “Beyond Bounds: 8 Reasons To Root For Paige This NCAA Postseason,” WCCO, Nov. 13. Tommie volleyball player Paige Brimeyer is featured.

    “Steady stream of abortion cases headed toward high court,” USA Today, Nov. 12. School of Law professor Teresa Collett is quoted.

    “Stadium naming rights could reach $10 million a year,” KARE 11, Nov. 12. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

    “New Home Construction Surge Continues in Twin Cities,” KSTP, Nov. 11. The Shenehon Center for Real Estate monthly housing index is referenced.

    “Stadium naming rights could reach $10 million a year,” KARE 11, Nov. 10. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

    “Leaked climate change report predicts dire changes by 2100,” Southern California Public Radio, Nov. 10. Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

    “’Somebody else did it’ — a rare, but powerful, criminal defense,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 9. School of Law professor Mark Osler is quoted.

    “Pope Francis’ approach reminds Catholic church leaders of Cardinal Bernardin,” Chicago Sun-Times, Nov. 8. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

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