St. Thomas Magazine

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Diving Deep into North Shore History

Author, artist and historian Stephen Daniel '95 M.B.A. made 230 dives into Lake Superior's frigid waters to research his comprehensive guide to North Shore shipwrecks

Beyond the Playbook

A new television documentary finds a coach's impact goes far beyond the clichés and gameday platitudes

Trustee Profile: Fast Track

Mark Zesbaugh?s meteoric career propelled him to the CEO office at the age of 37. Now he's looking for the next challenge.

‘The Best Place’

With emphasis on a "continuity of effort," St. Thomas has evolved to meet every challenge in its 125-year history.

The Pioneer Bishops

John Ireland chose his lifelong friend, Thomas O'Gorman, to serve as the first president of St. Thomas

Lost Aquinas

Theology professor helps mentor recover lost writings by St. Thomas Aquinas
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Traditions

How many of these sometimes nontraditional St. Thomas traditions do you remember?

How We Work, How We Play: Joan Griffith

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.

Trustee Profile: Faith in Healing

Sister Carol Keehan plays a significant role in health care reform, with particular concern for those most desperately in need of care

Cinema in Paradise

Paul Creager '98 hosts an annual film and music fest on his parents' farm

View from the Pack

Chicago Tribune reporter and journalism alum is witness to President Obama's historic journey

Determined to Get Her Degree

When Adrianee Powell's pregnancy threatened to derail her education and future, she needed help. And Jeremiah Program was there.
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Advocate

Ryan Schlief '97 is an indefatigable champion of human rights

No Child Left Behind?

Thinking critically about one of our nation's most controversial education programs
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Learning Through Chaos

Innovative St. Thomas-Cristo Rey service program helps students move beyond stereotypes and privilege