She is a St. Thomas junior who was hospitalized and is in intensive care at Abbott Northwestern.
Dan Buettner '83, The New York Times-bestselling author of Blue Zones, gave a short but memorable talk on longevity last week. He's been studying the world's healthiest communities for more than a decade.
He was the husband of Kay Wimer, Full-time UST MBA Program adviser with the Opus College of Business.
She is one of the founding teachers of the St. Thomas Child Development Center and is being treated for cancer.
Elise Amel and Maria Dahmus are coordinating sustainability initiatives at St. Thomas. Read more about these new and exciting sustainability efforts on campus.
He was the father of Dan Meuwissen, St. Thomas director of public safety.
The nationwide release of The Survivor, the next book in the late Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp series of political thrillers, will be on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at St. Thomas Academy in Mendota Heights.
She was the mother of Amy Gage, St. Thomas neighborhood liaison in University Relations.
Here's a look back at St. Thomas' three biggest club sports.
Kimberly Vrudny rehearses the history of service-learning at St. Thomas, and outlines our current mission and aspirations for the future.
He was the father of Barbara Jo Stahl, adjunct faculty and off-campus coordinator of special education and gifted education, Department of Special Education and Gifted Education, and grandfather of Melissa Jaeger '03.
Jessie McShane discusses her travel adventures, her knitting business and the importance of empowering women.
Dr. Camille George reflects on the transition of the International Education Center to the Center for Global and Local Engagement, and reports on her first six months on the job.
After six years of training faculty and courses taught under its pedagogy, Writing Across the Curriculum will become part of St. Thomas' core curriculum requirements in fall 2015.
Pope Francis took time to reflect on the role of an ideal bishop – a position waiting to be filled in the Twin Cities.
The first American pope arrives in the United States with great expectations.
St. Thomas Vice President for Mission Father Larry Snyder weighs in on Pope Francis, what he teaches us and how he challenges us.
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This week's pro notes feature faculty Marites Guino-o, Catherine Marrs Fuchsel, Bill Ojala, AnnMarie Thomas and Lisa Waldner; and students from the Chemistry Department.
She was the mother of Jenny O'Brien, assistant director of annual giving.
Ronaldo "Rony" Lec Ajcot '94 is the founder of the Institute for Mesoamerican Permaculture, a not-for-profit organization that is reviving ancient Mayan farming practices to improve food security and self-sufficiency in his native Mesoamerica.
Please remember in your prayers Henry Nachtsheim ’40, who starred in basketball at St. Thomas, taught chemistry and coached basketball here before becoming a successful chemist at 3M.
He was the brother of Dr. Eric Kjellgren, director of the American Museum of Asmat Art at St. Thomas and faculty member in the Department of Art History.
Carol Bruess is back with this year's first installment of the popular Humans of St. Thomas series. She chats with graduate student Mashael Aljahdali who loves her family and dreams of working at a university – and who is almost never not smiling.
This week's notes feature faculty, an alumna and a student from the departments of chemistry, history, mathematics, modern and classical languages, and sociology and criminal justice, and the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity.