The forum began as a two-hour video conference in 1988 and has grown to become one the nation’s leading conferences for advancing diversity in the workplace.
In the Commutations Clinic, students learn the real, hard work it takes to temper justice with mercy.
Family roots run deep when you dig into your genealogy, which Alex Haley did to write "Roots: The Saga of an American Family" (1976). Haley spoke on campus on Oct. 28, 1986.
The Strategic Planning Steering Committee, in consultation with the President’s Senior Staff, would like to announce the seven working goals for the University’s Strategic Planning Process
Three pieces of the I-35W bridge will serve to remind engineering students that the things they build will have lasting impact.
Kim Rueb has long been interested in issues such as gender equality, but her perspective has changed since her days as a college student. She writes today in The Scroll that society must come to realize a woman can have a job and be a mom – or she can choose one over the other and not need to feel any the less for it.
Harry Rasmussen, a native of Sleepy Eye, Minn., attended the College of St. Thomas from fall 1938 until spring 1941. He went into the Army, apparently drafted, and was stationed in San Diego, Calif. On Dec. 7, 1941, following the attack on Pearl Harbor, he wrote a letter to his father. That historic letter and his four yearbooks have found their way home to St. Thomas. He served in the Army for four and a half years and then returned to campus.
Bankruptcy clinics help people find a fresh start.
Strategic planning discussions will be held on Feb. 10 and 20 at St. Thomas, including a brown bag luncheon with President Julie Sullivan on Feb. 10.
A search committee has chosen three finalists for St. Thomas’ next executive vice president and provost to succeed Dr. Susan Huber. Open forums will be held Feb. 6-14.
A family finds asylum with the help of the Immigration Clinic.
Like many alumni, Jessica Meilleur ’08 has questions and concerns about how to achieve work-life balance. She hasn’t been able to find a pat answer, but she picked up some tips in a Young Alumni Education Roundtable and offers her thoughts today in The Scroll.
Instead of double-digit gains in median sale prices, things should calm down. And with fewer homes underwater, our historically low inventory should improve.
Classes will resume for St. Thomas students on Tuesday, Jan. 28, after having been cancelled on Monday because of the extremely cold weather.
He dedicated his life to generations of Iron Range families and helped build Owens Science Hall at St. Thomas.
The University of St. Thomas Dance Team finished in first place in the Open Jazz Division and the Open Hip Hop Division at the Universal Dance Association College National Championship in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 18 and 19.
Rebekka Peterson went home from the hospital Friday, Jan. 10, and Nicholas Bergeland is scheduled to go home Thursday, Jan. 16.
A simple classroom project brings hope – and hats – to hundreds of children with cancer. Love Your Melon kicks off its national tour this week bringing its mission to more than a dozen cities.
A broken pipe in the front vestibule leaked water for 20 minutes; it caused a mess but no major damage.
The University of St. Thomas will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 7, after closing on Monday because of the extremely cold weather.
Researchers say the metro area is one of the most-affordable housing markets in the nation.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, joined 600 guests of the Center for Catholic Studies on Oct. 26 at the University of St. Thomas to celebrate 20 years of Catholic Studies at the university.
Carol Bruess had all kinds of “research-based” ideas on subjects for a holiday Scroll: the importance of holiday rituals and traditions, the value of good old-fashioned storytelling and the need to take the “e” out of Christmas. But in the end, she settled for a simple wish for all of you.
Eden Checkol, Danielle Francen and Brandon Miranda have been voted finalists for the 2014 Tommie Award.
The men of the Summit Singers are "guys who work hard, have fun and know that they are a part of something bigger than themselves," according to founder Chad Berg. Not only do they sing a capella, but they're giving away free hats and mittens to the first 400 undergrads who attend their free concert Thursday, Dec. 12.