National Library Week offers a prime opportunity to take a glimpse inside St. Thomas' four libraries, whose offerings and uses are as varied as the thousands of people who visit them every year.
The event, themed Tommies Together, is free and open to St. Thomas students, faculty, staff, alumni, neighbors and friends.
Students spent a week in Haiti learning about a way of life starkly different from their own.
House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin's UST MBA allows her to see the connection between successfully running a business and effectively running the state.
Q&A with Ahmed El Shourbagy '10 M.B.A., who founded Dogs of Instagram.
Change in higher education - including at St. Thomas - can take many forms and be difficult to enact, but it is a vital part of a university's evolution.
Sarah Hayes '10 M.A., a doctorate student at the University of Florida, is preparing to defend her dissertation, which examines the relationship between prisons and American Indian boarding schools.
Senior Alyssa Adkins explores her role in helping students navigate the "joyful, messy transitions of college" as a writing mentor in UST's Center for Writing.
Erica Gerrity ’05 M.S.W. works to provide a crucial support network for pregnant incarcerated women so their babies are born healthier and with a better start in life.
Bruce Kramer, former dean of the St. Thomas College of Education, Leadership and Counseling, and a faculty member since 1996, has died of complications from ALS.
In an employment landscape of increasing competition and expectations, St. Thomas' Career Development Center is as valuable as ever.
Photographer Mike Ekern '02 and some Tommie baseball players light paint their way to this year's promo photos.
Seniors John Umarov and Julio Vasquez and sophomore Chad Helland joined influencers and more than 1,000 like-minded students at the Clinton Global Initiative University from March 6-8 in Miami.
Cadenza is an all-new, 12-woman a cappella group of University of St. Thomas undergraduates.
For 17 years the Child Development Center has contributed to the fabric of St. Thomas by providing opportunities for collaboration, research and lifelong learning.
The University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business announced that, in partnership with Target, it would offer executive education non-degree courses at no charge, as well as reduced tuition in graduate degree programs, to recently displaced Target team members.
The classification is used for a wide range of purposes by academic researchers, institutional personnel, policymakers and others.
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.
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.
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.
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.