It’s at noon, it’s about art and it’s about music. It’s always fun and all are welcome.
His recital in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas opens this season’s Organ Artist Series.
St. Thomas health and human performance major Emily Hulstein studied her peers and landed a key finding: There's a direct correlation between that half hour at the gym and the grade on your history exam.
This week marks the one-year anniversary of Susan Stabile completing the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage through France and Spain. She explains three lessons she learned from her 790-kilometer trek.
Jacqueline Lucca '14 explored why our fascination with Dracula and Frankenstein has been so long-lasting.
Master of Social Work student researches the healing process – and how spirituality plays into it – after sexual assault.
Senior Cecilia Gentle spent 10 weeks in Perugia, Italy, last summer studying quantum dots, tiny crystals that glow when exposed to light, for use in solar cells.
Greene was a foreign correspondent in Moscow and is author of the just-published Midnight in Siberia.
Sociologist and Author Hans Joas to Discuss ‘Slavery and Torture in a Global Perspective’ in Nov. 6 Lecture
The lecture is one of a series presented by the Murphy Institute on what it means for humans to possess dignity.
The speaker, historian Irene Whelan, is associate professor of history and director of Irish studies at Manhattanville College.
Three new members will be added in a morning ceremony Thursday, Nov. 6, at the Golden Valley Golf and Country Club.
St. Thomas biology students are exploring ways to remove damaging phosphorus from Lake Como, an effort that won them a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency.
The solar panels installed on the Anderson Student Center will not only reduce energy costs but also serve as a learning tool for several classes.
Sousada Chidthachack’s ’06 family escaped Communist Laos and a refugee camp in Thailand. Now she’s ready to open doors for young women and minorities in mathematics.
The University of St. Thomas' German program and German Club will help mark the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall falling with “Fall of the Berlin Wall Campus Weeks,” a celebration of German and global culture and history.
Hurley is a co-author of The 9/11 Commission Report.
Trustee Andrew Duff aspired to work for Piper Jaffray & Hopwood as a teenager and that dream never went away. He was hired by Piper after graduating from Tufts. After 34 years, he's still there and has served as its chairman and CEO for more than a decade.
The recital will be held in St. Mary's Chapel on the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity campus.
Cardinal Peter Turkson, who is drafting a papal encyclical on the environment, will participate in the Nov. 5-7 event.
The 2015 Princeton Review is out, and the School of Law ranks No. 8 in nation for best professors and No. 4 for best quality of life.
The Hult Prize, the Clinton Global Initiative University Network, the Fowler Business Concept Challenge and the Net Impact Conference offer resources to up-and-coming social entrepreneurs.
Blind since infancy, Mike Hanson ’87, ’05 J.D. was used to overcoming challenges. Then he decided to hike the entire Appalachian Trail.
A Rolling Stone feature, Amazon in Minnesota and a football upset in this week’s headlines.
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This week's notes feature faculty Corrine Carvalho, Massimo Faggioli, Paul Niskanen, Teresa Rothausen, Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell and Kevin Zilverberg, and staff Sarah E. Spencer.