The St. Thomas community gathered March 5 to celebrate its annual St. Thomas Day and to honor recipients of its Humanitarian Distinguished Alumnus, Professor of the Year, Tommy and Monsignor James Lavin awards
Ifrah Jimale '08, a Somali immigrant who was illiterate until she came to the United States at age 19, writes about being a freshman at St. Thomas
Teaching in Mississippi and Los Angeles offers challenges, rewards to recent graduates
How can teachers compete with popular culture to educate children?
An Unforgettable Farewell to John Paul II
Dougherty defined by tough challenges, helps others feel good about themselves
Steve Nachtscheim thrives in a world that constantly reinvents itself
St. Thomas historian Joe Connors believes in the continuity of a Catholic university with a liberal arts core
Over the past year, the St. Thomas community has examined the university's mission and written a new mission statement, set of convictions and a vision statement
Will Steger '66 always pursues a journey of his own making
Theologian and composer Mike Joncas reflects on his journey through the world of paralysis
Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services helps the working poor
Knowledge and Growth Define Greatness
College of Business celebrates 25 years of international business education
CoB International Education Timeline
CNN anchor and Hopkins, Minn., native reflects on the state of cable news, how he deals with critics and the secrets to Jeopardy success.
Adam Lukoskie has studied in London, Ukraine, Tanzania and China. The following are excerpts from his travel journal.
Post 9/11 visa problems contribute to drop in international enrollment at St. Thomas, but help is on the way