Opus Magnum


A Musical MBA

Most people see an MBA as a way to start or enhance a career in business, giving one the ability to make sense of data or predict trends in the market...


In conversations with unrelated groups of friends, the topic of trending news items continues to crop up, often followed by the statement: “I intentio...
Amiri Brotherson gives a speech at the Opus College of Business Corporate Partner Reception in Schulze Grand Atrium on Wednesday, November 4, 2015.

Presenting the Perfect Case

The National Black MBA Association Annual Conference offers graduate business students from the nation’s leading business schools the opportunity for ...
A tree with blue Christmas lights and the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts on the St. Paul campus on the evening of December 5, 2014.

Welcoming a True Winter Break

Beginning Wednesday, December 23, the University of St. Thomas will close for a 12-day period. This continues a tradition of “gift days,” granted by t...
Hult Prize

On a Championship Roll

Can you think of a profitable business idea that also doubles the income of people living in poverty around the world?This was the challenge posed...
Michael Porter

The Unbearable Rightness of Being

I may be wrong, but “rightness” is a problem.Not the rightness of being politically conservative (right) in relation to the liberal (left), althou...
Sydney Corliss

Around the World and Back Again

Like many children who grew up in a family-owned business, Sydney Corliss ’15 started working at a young age. In her case, this meant helping out at C...
Aaron Pearson

The Social CEO

Q&A with Aaron Pearson, executive vice president at Creation North America
Michael Porter

The Pain of Inflammation

The increasing use of inflammatory speech and action to generate public attention in the current mass media, social and otherwise, is troubling. Maybe...