The University of St. Thomas community gathered Wednesday, May 9, to celebrate its annual St. Thomas Day and to honor recipients of its Humanitarian, Distinguished Alumna, Professor of the Year, Tommie and Monsignor James Lavin awards.
A former member of the St. Thomas Alumni Association board, he received the association’s Monsignor James Lavin Award in 2009 for his volunteer service to the university.
The honorees at the 2012 St. Thomas Day are Corrine Carvalho, Thomas Cronin, Bernadeia Johnson, Dr. Gordon Klatt and Matthew Sullivan.
Ireland Hall and a century of Lavin Burgers, ghosts and snowball fights
Ernie Gunderson's book, Hartland to Capitol Hill: The Journey of a Wounded Healer, is based on an unpublished memoir written by his mother.
John Kascht draws on truth and exaggeration to capture his subjects
Excerpt from the book Fire Season
Dan Huber '89 and Bob Murray '86 have been trading grain options since graduation, but their way of doing business is about to disappear
Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson's commitment to Minneapolis schools begins with every student
For Education Minnesota President Tom Dooher '85, organized labor is a family business
As president of the St. Paul Federation of Teachers, Mary Cathryn Ricker '91 has deep roots in education and activism
Alumna creates VIDA to provide free health care for impoverished Central Americans
Strongman Dave Ostlund makes a living lifting cars, rocks and beer kegs
Dan Skillings ?85 returns to Minnesota every year with dozens of Colombian players seeking competition, cultural exchange, and friendship
For Tim Flynn '79, 'It's very simple. It's all about trust.'
When Jake Mauer's playing career was cut short by injury, he found his own way to stay in the game
The University of St. Thomas community celebrated its annual St. Thomas Day and honored recipients of five awards
Author, artist and historian Stephen Daniel '95 M.B.A. made 230 dives into Lake Superior's frigid waters to research his comprehensive guide to North Shore shipwrecks
Geoffrey Gage '97 M.B.C. was encouraged to pursue work he could be passionate about beyond the family business
Tony Charmoli may not be the first name you think of in the entertainment industry, but chances are you've seen his work
Mark Zesbaugh?s meteoric career propelled him to the CEO office at the age of 37. Now he's looking for the next challenge.
Paul Creager '98 hosts an annual film and music fest on his parents' farm
Chicago Tribune reporter and journalism alum is witness to President Obama's historic journey
Ryan Schlief '97 is an indefatigable champion of human rights