Senior James Koth explores this question in a short film he made during spring semester to complete his film minor.
A good time was had by all!
The battle for the coveted, glittering glassware proved to be a wet and sloppy slogfest.
Students from across the country competed for the opportunity to present their research.
Public Safety thanks the UST community for its prompt reporting and support.
Sculpt, Spinning, Yoga and Zumba classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays and will begin the week of June 4.
He was the father of Jane Canney, Student Affairs, and the grandfather of Joseph Borer, ’12 JD.
Oh what difference a year makes!
An entire year has passed since I graduated from St. Thomas. Since I was in your shoes not that long ago, graduating seniors, I will impart my experience on you so you can mentally prepare for the big day.
The institutional audit examines the university against the five criteria presented by the Higher Learning Commission.
A year ago, Martha McCarthy prepared to walk across the stage, receive her diploma and then jump into the next phase of her life. A year later, she wants to share some advice for this year’s graduating seniors, and does so today in The Scroll. (Editor’s note: Barring last-minute submissions, this is the final Scroll blog for the 2011-12 academic year, and we’ll see you in September.)
Fourteen years of Poetry on the Patio can now be viewed online.
Information related to services and resources for veterans at St. Thomas can be viewed on the university’s Veteran Resources website.
He was the father of Dr. Thomas Hodgson, Athletics, and adjunct professor in the College of Applied Professional Studies.
Nearly 40 seniors contributed to CILCE’s programs during 2011-12.
Interstate 94 will be closed west and east of the university.
More than 450 people toured the campus and heard from students, faculty and staff.
She was the sister of John Povolny, School of Engineering, and the mother of four St. Thomas graduates.
A similar morning unforced burglary occured Wednesday, May 9, on the 2000 block of Dayton Avenue.
Carol Bruess wrote a couple of “pretty darn really cool” blogs for The Scroll last month, but she’s found something even more special to write about today. Read her thoughts on Bruce Kramer, his battle with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and a blog that he writes about his illness.