Carol Bruess’ daughter has taught her mom a simple but valuable lesson this Christmas season. She tells you what today in The Scroll.
Susan Alexander is grateful for what “diversity” means these days, and as St. Thomas’ affirmative action officer for the past three years, she believes the university’s policies and practices “stack up pretty well” compared with other schools. She explains how today in The Scroll.
Editor’s note: Meghan Eliason, director of the Center for Intercultural Learning and Community Engagement at St. Thomas, contributed this guest column to The Scroll. “God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say ‘thank you’?” – William A. Ward “525,600 minutes … how do you measure a year?” – [...]
St. Thomas senior Ryan Starks is a loyal member of “Caruso’s Crew,” and he believes football Coach Glenn Caruso deserves to be named National Coach of the Year. Starks explains today in The Scroll how you can vote for Caruso.
Thanksgiving is over and that means “classroom crunch time” is under way, according to St. Thomas senior Brady Narloch. He shares a few tips today in The Scroll on how he will survive the final three weeks of the semester.
Carol Bruess keeps hearing people say “Wow!” in the aftermath of last week’s Opus Prize event. She writes today in The Scroll that those “totally amazing” honorees have taught us some valuable lessons.