Jacqueline Lucca '14 explored why our fascination with Dracula and Frankenstein has been so long-lasting.
The Scroll is expanding its horizons and embarking on a new series, "Humans of St. Thomas." Carol Bruess came up with the idea, a takeoff on the popular Humans of New York blog and book, and introduces readers today to Meredith and Albert, two undergraduate students who have become best friends.
Master of Social Work student researches the healing process – and how spirituality plays into it – after sexual assault.
Senior Cecilia Gentle spent 10 weeks in Perugia, Italy, last summer studying quantum dots, tiny crystals that glow when exposed to light, for use in solar cells.
The speaker, historian Irene Whelan, is associate professor of history and director of Irish studies at Manhattanville College.
Three new members will be added in a morning ceremony Thursday, Nov. 6, at the Golden Valley Golf and Country Club.
That Great Heart, a biography of legendary St. Thomas benefactor I.A. O’Shaughnessy, has been published and will be available at three campus events the week of Nov. 3.
St. Thomas biology students are exploring ways to remove damaging phosphorus from Lake Como, an effort that won them a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency.
He was Mr. Tommy in 1944 and received the alumni association's Humanitarian Award in 1994.
The solar panels installed on the Anderson Student Center will not only reduce energy costs but also serve as a learning tool for several classes.
Sousada Chidthachack’s ’06 family escaped Communist Laos and a refugee camp in Thailand. Now she’s ready to open doors for young women and minorities in mathematics.
A family’s decision to flee Vietnam leads to a ‘land of opportunity’ for Thanh Pham.
Bradley Malkovsky teaches comparative religion at the University of Notre Dame. His talk is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
Hurley is a co-author of The 9/11 Commission Report.
Semhar Araia ’99 began her activism at a young age and now works to advance the role of women in leadership positions.
International enrollment of new graduate, professional and law students increased by nearly 50 percent since 2013.
Brilliant sunshine and a welcoming atmosphere greeted attendees of the 2014 homecoming events.
Kim Rueb suggests fall activities in The Scroll: It's time to get outdoors and enjoy a football game, a visit to an apple orchard or a walk along the Mississippi River. You also should take a tour of haunted Cretin and Grace halls!
The recital will be held in St. Mary's Chapel on the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity campus.
Cardinal Peter Turkson, who is drafting a papal encyclical on the environment, will participate in the Nov. 5-7 event.
The 2015 Princeton Review is out, and the School of Law ranks No. 8 in nation for best professors and No. 4 for best quality of life.
Blind since infancy, Mike Hanson ’87, ’05 J.D. was used to overcoming challenges. Then he decided to hike the entire Appalachian Trail.
What is a college campus without school spirit? Here are four ways the St. Thomas community supports its athletic teams: Caruso's Crew, Tailgating, Purple on the Plaza and Fanamaniac.
Celebrate sUSTainability Week returns to campus starting Oct. 6 with a wide range of awareness-raising events around campus.
After six years of slight declines, overall enrollment held steady this year. Five of UST’s seven academic divisions showed graduate-level increases; the freshman class is the third-largest on record and has one of the best academic profiles ever.