• Multimedia

    • Depth of Field: Eye in the Sky

      There’s something about being a photographer at St. Thomas that feels just a bit like cheating. You work at an institution that is comprised entirely of beautiful architecture surrounding what is essentially an arboretum.

      And every few years the place rents you a helicopter.

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    • Twenty-four Employees Inducted Into Quarter Century Club

      Father Dease also was inducted as an honorary member of the Quarter Century Club to celebrate his final year as president.

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    • My View at 1,000 Feet

      Carl Baumgaertner ’48 was the photo editor of the Kaydet, the St. Thomas Military Academy yearbook. He snapped the first aerial photo of campus on Dec. 6, 1941, from a J-3 Piper Cub piloted by George Kell, a fellow student who ran the Kaydet’s darkroom. St. Thomas has grown and changed since that photo was taken, and those changes have been documented from the sky above campus.

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    • ‘Death by a Thousand Paper Cuts’

      Bruce Kramer always had been in excellent physical condition, and he was proud of it. In the summer of 2010, he noticed he had a “floppy” left foot and thought it might be a pinched nerve or sciatica. During his regular physical examination, he mentioned he was “walking a little funny” and the doctor suggested he should see a neurologist. He procrastinated until he took a couple of falls in October, when his left leg collapsed.

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      The Community Pays Social Tribute to Monsignor Lavin

      Many community members are taking to social media to pay tribute to Monsignor James Lavin, who died Monday, Sept. 17, at age 93. Read what some of you had to say.

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    • Monsignor James Lavin, Part of the St. Thomas Community for More Than 75 Years, Dies at 93

      Lavin died of natural causes at the end of an early-morning Mass celebrated in his room by Father Joseph Johnson, pastor of Holy Family parish in St. Louis Park. Johnson had anointed Lavin and given him Communion shortly before he died.

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    • Depth of Field: A Brief Visual History of Tommie-Johnnie Football

      Saturday in Collegeville “The Big Game” kicks off the MIAC schedule for both St. Thomas and St. John’s University. The Tommies have taken two straight from the Johnnies. Both teams are 2-0, the Tommies are ranked No. 6, and the Johnnies are unranked. Take a trip back to Tommie-Johnnie match-ups from the past by experiencing the Depth of Field visual history.

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    • Depth of Field: Behind the Scenes at a Football Photo Shoot

      Watch a five hour football photo shoot in a minute and a half and see what went into the making of this year’s schedule poster and media guide cover.

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    • Tommie Traditions: March Through the Arches

      On Tuesday, Sept. 4, the University of St. Thomas class of 2016 was welcomed by the campus community at the 12th March Through the Arches. Members of this year’s freshman class gathered on Summit Avenue, passed through the Arches and were met with applause from administrators, faculty, staff and upperclassmen as they made their way to Schoenecker Arena for the interfaith blessing for the new school year.

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    • Dease Reminisces About His Presidency in Academic Convocation Address

      Father Dennis Dease reflected on his 21 years as president of St. Thomas in his academic convocation address Tuesday afternoon in OEC auditorium. It was Dease’s final convocation speech, as he will retire next June 30.

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    • Welcome Week: What is Everyone Talking About?

      Tommies are hitting up social media with their thoughts on the first week of the 2012-13 school year. Read what some of you had to say.

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    • Final Thoughts: A Filmmaker’s View

      In 15 years, my work for St. Thomas has taken me around the globe with my camera, lights, microphones and tripod. I never travel light.

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      An Angel in Africa

      Father Dennis Dease’s magnanimous involvement in Uganda reflects his commitment to the mission of the university

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    • Waiting for Lightning to Strike in Kitembe

      Brian Osende ’10 B.S.M.E., ’11 M.S. returns to Uganda and brings light to his grandparents’ village for the first time

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    • Reason for Hope

      KAMPALA, UGANDA – The miracle workers are busy here these days.

      In a former retail storefront on a rut-filled dirt road in Ndejje, a poverty-stricken area southeast of Kampala, the first Hope Medical Clinic opened in November 2007. The sign outside says “Eddwaliro,” Ugandan for “health care,” in bold red letters, and 40 to 50 people show up every month or treatment of malaria, typhoid fever and the flu.

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    • Out of Africa

      Degrees in hand, Ugandan students seek to make an impact in our world

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    • Home and Away

      Sisters Felista and Olivia Mpanga have found comfort and friendship in Minnesota

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    • This Dorm’s Life

      Ireland Hall and a century of Lavin Burgers, ghosts and snowball fights

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    • Student Centered

      The newly opened Anderson Student Center will offer Tommies a plethora of foods, services, and social activites

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    • UST Photographers Showcase Their Top Picks of 2011

      From building construction to athletic achievement to the small details that make up everyday existence, check out Photo Services’ top photos from the past year.

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    • Father Dease’s Move-In Crew Greets 1,100 First-year Students

      A time-lapse video illustrates Saturday’s move-in day activities.

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    • UST Photographers Showcase Their Top Picks of 2010

      From building construction to athletic achievement to the small details that make up everyday existence, check out Photo Services’ top photos from the past year.

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    • Under the Milky Way

      First published images from the new observatory offer "awe-inspiring" view of our universe

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    • John Kascht

      The Art of Caricature

      John Kascht draws on truth and exaggeration to capture his subjects

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    • Ten Years of UST in Rome

      Celebrate 10 years of the Bernardi Campus with this look at the Eternal City.

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