Tony Charmoli may not be the first name you think of in the entertainment industry, but chances are you've seen his work
Guitarist Joan Griffith riffs effortlessly between "Stairway to Heaven" and "The Girl from Ipanema." Her most recent recording, "Sambanova," conveys her deep appreciation of Brazilian music.
Sister Carol Keehan plays a significant role in health care reform, with particular concern for those most desperately in need of care
Paul Creager '98 hosts an annual film and music fest on his parents' farm
Chicago Tribune reporter and journalism alum is witness to President Obama's historic journey
When Adrianee Powell's pregnancy threatened to derail her education and future, she needed help. And Jeremiah Program was there.
St.Thomas helps a Mali village prepare for a ripe future
Ryan Schlief '97 is an indefatigable champion of human rights
2009 Award Winners
Former pro baseball player offers Minnesota's only public underwater weighing service
Syllogisms might be OK here, but it's hard to beat a sky-high cylinder index
Thinking critically about one of our nation's most controversial education programs
Innovative St. Thomas-Cristo Rey service program helps students move beyond stereotypes and privilege
Kris Melloy left the comfortable security of a tenured position to become founding principal of Cristo Rey
Father Lee Piche '80 called to serve as a moderator of the curia and vicar general for the archdiocese
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library celebrates a half century of service, instruction and intellectual development
Meet eight restaurateur Tommies who want to whet your appetite
Social Work for Social Justice brings Catholic Social Teaching to the classroom and beyond
Our headlong collision with nature
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Cardinal Pio Laghi is a leader of world peace and Catholic education