For more than four decades philosophy professor Thomas Sullivan has taught St. Thomas students how to broaden their own worldview
Social Work for Social Justice brings Catholic Social Teaching to the classroom and beyond
Please remember in your prayers Geraldine Mielzarek, mother of Diane Luke Please remember in your prayers Geraldine Mielzarek, mother of Diane Luke, School of Social Work. ...
VISION has teams in Uganda, Northern Ireland, Guatemala, Venezuela, Mexico, Montgomery and New Orleans.
More than 60 current students are veterans of Iraq and other wars
3M's George Buckley fulfills his grandmother's prediction
John Rigo '75 died in the World Trade Center terrorist attack on 9/11. His wife and loved ones remember the man who will be in their hearts forever
Father Tim Vakoc defies the odds as he recovers from a roadside bomb attack in Iraq
This year's Distinguished Alumnus is in the business of adventure, fueled by boyish curiousity about places and people
Readers submitted questions to Dane Franta '04 at Camp Victory or Andrea (Lloyd) Buckley '03 in the International Zone (formerly the Green Zone) in Baghdad, Iraq
Accepting controversy, provoking thought
Katie Gehrz '08 turned a high school fundraiser into new classrooms in Africa
Q&A with Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan '79, '84 M.A., and St. Paul Police Chief John Harrington '85 M.A.
Student-actor Steven Broszko prepares for opening night of Rumors
"Speed is life" defines Bob Ulrich and his 40 years at Target
Father John Malone: "Champion of the poor and the sinners"
Gambling grows as a "silent" addiction for college students
Elite rower Craig Dodson '00 stretches toward the Beijing summer games
Please remember in your prayers Kenneth Hunerberg, father-in-law of Dr. David Rigoni Please remember in your prayers Kenneth Hunerberg, father-in-law of Dr. Da...
The WWII U.S. Army veteran died Wednesday, Dec. 19.
UST in the news Here's a roundup of recent St. Thomas mentions of interest in various media. Read the stories by clicking on the links. Links do expire and change as papers move stories to &l...