Nancy Zingale, a retired St. Thomas political science professor, has been involved in educational and cultural exchanges between St. Thomas and Cuba since 1999. She was in Havana when President Barack Obama announced a significant change to U.S.-Cuban relations last December.
The arduous and rewarding path of a DREAMer
Thirty-seven words put into law by President Richard Nixon in 1972 have had far-reaching effects for more than 44,000 St. Thomas female graduates, including more than 3,000 women athletes.
How a hit-and-run forever changed the lives of two students (and everyone who knows them).
The awards, which recognize work published in 2014, were announced in May.
Edmund Clark, who has held technology leadership positions in Minnesota higher education for more than two decades, will become vice president of Information Resources and Technologies and chief information officer at St. Thomas.
The new owners, who wish to remain anonymous, have pledged to restore and preserve the famous home.
The University of St. Thomas, as part of the flexible pathways priority in its strategic plan, will explore whether to open a two-year Catholic college as a way to increase access and affordability and ultimately lead to four-year degrees for Minneapolis and St. Paul-area high school students.
During the university's inaugural Tommies Together Day of Service, 109,080 meals were packed for malnourished children in the developing world.
The “architectural masterpiece” went for $905,000 at auction. It’s not yet known who bought the home or where it will be moved to next.
Fit for Ministry enlists HHP students to study and help improve seminarians’ health habits
Adam BenSalem ’15, a justice and peace studies major, interned with the Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project, a locally based nonprofit that works to rebuild relationships and understanding between Iraqis and Americans.
Talee Vang is one remarkable woman – Thai refugee camp survivor, mother of three young children, granddaughter of a legendary Hmong general’s confidant and St. Thomas doctoral student in professional psychology. Carol Bruess and Meredith Heneghan caught up with her at a coffee shop for a Humans of St. Thomas interview for The Scroll.
For the past three years during January Term, the Excel! Research Scholars have studied the Civil Rights Movement in the region where it all began, the American South.
Students in Amy Finnegan's justice and peace studies class had discussions with people all over the world – right from their computer screen.
Shannon Scott ’10 M.A, adjunct professor of English, knows a lot about werewolf literature. She will have an essay appear in She-Wolf: A Cultural History of the Female Werewolf.
The Feminist Community, a student-run group at St. Thomas, is striving to end sexual assault, teach acceptance and spread the idea of feminism.
Mauricio Carranza ’14 looked at how J.R.R. Tolkien's writing changed his life and literature.
For years the Chemistry Department has provided a buffet of opportunities outside the classroom for its students, with more than 50 conducting full-time, paid research each of the past eight summers.
An exceptional level of faculty gender balance in a male-dominated field has helped the mechanical engineering program create an environment of optimism and forward thinking.
Margret Aldrich, '03 M.A. in English, wrote a book about the Little Free Library movement, published by Coffee House Press this month.
The annual event honors recipients of the Monsignor James Lavin Award, Professor of the Year, Humanitarian Award, Tommie Award and Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award.
Lange’s 29 years of service to St. Thomas include 13 as dean of students.
The sampler, set into motion during fall semester, will be released at a party at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at Scooter’s in the Anderson Student Center.
For the first time next fall, St. Thomas will be home to Living Learning Communities for freshman students.