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Entrepreneur student Robbie Harrell runs a young ice-sculpting company with business partner Cullen Loeffler, a longsnapper for the Minnesota Vikings.
St. Thomas graduate and professional programs in business, education, law and social work are recognized in the annual Best Graduate School rankings published Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.
Follow the stories of four St. Thomas alumni who pursued international opportunities in Japan, Kenya, Northern Ireland and London after graduating.
St. Thomas grad Louis Sand and his family have used comics to help take on some of life's hardest-to-understand issues.
Carol Bruess went fishing for her next Humans of St. Thomas feature and found NJ, a “crazy-cool” student and budding songwriter who “spreads kindness and love with intention.” She also provides the first-ever music link in the Scroll featuring the debut of NJ’s catchy, soulful single “Old School.”
Eric Kjellgren, the director of the American Museum of Asmat Art, and his graduate students, Jenny Smith and Zach Forstrom, share what goes into putting on an exhibit at AMAA@UST.
Last year, while standing in line for coffee in Anderson Student Center, sophomore Lauren Vallez found herself in the middle of a debate between engineering professor John Abraham and one of his students. This random encounter heavily shaped the course of her studies at St. Thomas.
KSMQ Public Television in Austin, Minnesota, recently aired the documentary “On Eagle’s Wings – Minnesota’s Sacred Music," featuring St. Thomas artist-in-residence Father Jan Michael Joncas.
For more than four decades St. Thomas' Selim Center for Learning in Later Years has brought lifelong learners to campus, enriching the existing educational offerings and creating a vibrant portion of the school's community.
St. Thomas will sell the Winton Guest House, designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry and moved several years ago to the university’s Daniel C. Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna.
Tuition rates will rise 3.9 percent beginning this summer for undergraduate students – the same increase as this year and tied for the second-lowest rate increase in 21 years – and graduate program tuition will rise an average of 3.4 percent.
On a frigid afternoon in February 1986, civil rights activist Rosa Parks visited St. Thomas, sharing a hopeful message of peace and equality.
A passion project becomes a delicious success for Monique Volz ’11.
Chloé Knutson ’16 is a gearhead ... and so much more.
Junior Meredith Heneghan traveled to “a place of pure magic,” a permaculture farm in southern California, for a January Term VISION trip. She found, as she describes today in The Scroll, that she needed to experience “arriving” before she could handle more manual tasks.
Kayden Hoang Bui '13 currently is teaching English in Thailand through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.
Sandra Pulles '11 has continued to build upon the foundation she started here at St. Thomas: making sure students have the skills to succeed in math and reading.
Graduate students from 22 states, and from outstate Minnesota, now are enrolled in the university’s online programs in special education.
A senior majoring in entrepreneurship and business communications, she has been involved as a student leader at St. Thomas in a variety of ways, including as a Morrison Hall apartment coordinator, first-year commuter advisor, president of Delta Sigma Pi, and co-captain of the women’s and men’s swim and dive team.
Photographer Mike Ekern explored WineHaven, a Chisago City winery and vineyard run by Kyle Peterson.
Two family-run wineries have found their niche in a busy and rapidly expanding marketplace.
The forum began as a two-hour video conference in the 1980s and is now the nation’s leading conference for advancing diversity in the workplace.
A new Web page and advertising campaign encourages people to join in thought-provoking discussions and debates on questions that are frequently asked, but rarely addressed.
Along the way, this young political scientist and church historian has emerged as a trusted resource for reporters the world over.