Alex had completed his first year at St. Thomas. He was the son of St. Thomas alumni Wade Vitalis and Carol Nagele-Vitalis of Shafer, Minn.
This week’s note features faculty Dr. David Alexander, Dr. George Baboila, Dr. Massimo Faggioli, Dr. Stephen Hipp, Dr. Michael Hollerich, Dr. Robert Kennedy, Dr. Debra Petersen, Dr. Aaron Sackett, Dr. Kevin Sauter, Dr. Tim Scully, Dr. Buffy Smith, Dr. Christian Washburn, Dr. Virgil Wiebe and Dr. Jennifer Wright.
The robbery took place July 12 and involved a non-UST affiliated victim outside Terrance Murphy Hall.
First-year students have the opportunity to study art history in London or theology in Rome during January Term 2014.
Public Safety would like to advise the University of St. Thomas community of several incidents recently reported by the Minneapolis Police Department via MPD Action Alerts.
He began working for the university as a student in 2001 and joined the Information Resources and Technologies staff full-time in 2004.
The content that appears on the @USTFacStaffNews Twitter feed specifically targets faculty and staff.
The burglary occurred on the 100 block of Cretin Avenue.
A member of the Class of 2011, she died Friday, June 21.
“Extended Family: Essays on Being Irish-American From New Hibernia Review” has been published by Dafour Editions. Editor Jim Rogers and essayist Brian Nerney will help launch the collection at 7:30 p.m. June 25 at O’Gara’s, 164 N. Snelling Ave., St. Paul.
Stop by the event on Thursday, June 27, to celebrate Gilman’s 15 years of service in UST’s Enrollment Services and offer best wishes for her retirement.
St. Thomas students, staff and faculty can buy a $65 annual pass for just $10.
The new members are Beth Bergfield, Laurie Dimond, Dede Hering, Rick Morcos and Bill Zych.
Students reported their homes were burglarized on the 2100 block of Selby Avenue and the 2100 block of Dayton Avenue.
Alumnus Richard W. Conklin, a retired public relations and communications administrator at St. Thomas and Notre Dame and author of a popular history of St. Thomas, died Tuesday. His funeral will be Saturday.
A U.S. Marine aviator during World War II, he had a passion for learning and took classes at the University of St. Thomas until his death last week at age 91.
At 9:52 p.m. on May 25, three UST students reported they were victims of an armed robbery on Marshall Avenue at Moore Street.