St. Thomas Magazine

Carol Bruess

Life’s a Bruess

Communication and journalism professor Carol Bruess delivers positive support and “radical encouragement.”
Mark Neuzil in his canoe

Writing the Book on Canoes

Mark Neuzil’s love of nature (and everything that flows through it) is evident in his new book on the history of North American canoes.
Anderson Student Center

The Tommie Transformation

St. Thomas has been educating students since 1885. How has the student body changed during the last 130 years?
Steve Fritz Bobblehead

Purple and Gray

Student, staff member, coach and athletic director – Steve Fritz celebrates 50 years as the ultimate Tommie.
Missy Pederson

Reading the Green

From hard courts to fairways, Missy Pederson ’02 stays in the game.
Ginny Hubbard Morris

Trustee Profile: Listen Up

Ginny Hubbard, a member of the Institutional Advancement Committee who joined the St. Thomas Board of Trustees in 2014, has a long and varied radio career.
Members of several different female religious order study in the O'Shaughnessy Library at the College of St. Thomas, 1960.

The First Coeds

The gender barrier on campus was broken long before the class of 1981.
Bridge Game

Bridge Game

A monthly card game among four titans of the university provides friendship, gossip and an earnest attempt to solve the world’s problems.
Shadow Falls, which is just west of the St. Paul campus. The falls were photographed as part of a hidden spaces story but never used.

Making the Most of a Minnesota Summer

Whether you live here or are due back for a visit to your alma mater, here are 10 things you probably didn't know you could do in Minnesota - from someone who should know.
Living Learning Communities

Living and Learning as One

A new program offers students an opportunity to live and learn in small communities, creating a depth of experience that reaches beyond the classroom.
Primp

Primp and Cheap Chic

Michele Henry '06, co-owner of Primp Boutique, knows the allure of affordable fashion and cheap, brown paper.
Samuel Olukiran

No Life in Isolation

A gunshot wound left St. Thomas graduate student Sam Olukiran alone and helpless on a street in Ibadan, Nigeria. This is how he survived, found Minnesota and now tries to make every moment - and every person - matter.