Here’s a roundup of recent St. Thomas mentions the media. If a link has expired, you may be able to find the full-text through UST Libraries’ Summon resource or you may purchase access to the stories directly from the media outlet. In some cases, you will need to register on the publication’s website in order to access the full text.

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“10 Lowest-Priced Private Business Schools,” U.S. News and World Report, June 6, 2o12. “MBA students at these schools pay less than $35,000 per year.”

“As nation waits for high court, state pursues health care fixes,” Star Tribune, June 6, 2012. “The world of health care is changing dramatically – whether the controversial law mandating universal coverage survives or not.”

“Editorial: Active colleges, better city,” Pioneer Press, June 5, 2012. “In addition to their primary missions, St. Paul’s many colleges and universities do much to make their hometown better.”

“Wisdom from a Teacher of the Year,” Star Tribune, June 5, 2012. “When Jackie Roehl was admitted to the University of St. Thomas, she was almost 30 years old and more than eager to jump-start her career as a teacher.”

“Business Forum: Economic fix lies in math, not politics,” Star Tribune, June 3, 2012. “Elections matter less than we think. Economics, education and demographics matter much more.”

“Obituary: St. Paul native Gregory Schaffer gave life to Guatemala,” Star Tribune, June 2, 2012. “Gregory Schaffer was born in St. Paul, studied at St. Paul Seminary and was ordained as a Catholic priest for the Diocese of New Ulm. But he found his true calling in Guatemala.”

“Limits on student rentals near St. Thomas get thumbs-down,” Pioneer Press, June 1, 2012. “A proposal to limit off-campus student rental housing near the University of St. Thomas has received a thumbs-down from the St. Paul Planning Commission.”

“Obituary: Hospital visionary Carl Platou transformed Fairview,” Star Tribune, May 31, 2012. “Even after retirement, he was one of the most influential people in Minnesota medicine.”

“Back religious liberty, and we all will benefit,” Star Tribune, May 29, 2012. “In editorializing against North Dakota’s proposed religious-liberty amendment, the Star Tribune itself gave a misleading account.”

“Should St. Thomas move up to Division I?” Star Tribune, May 28, 3012. “When you read about University of St. Thomas athletics, it’s often about the school dominating the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference or competing in a national competition.”

“St. Thomas president to stay busy after 2013 retirement,” The Catholic Spirit, May 23, 2012. “Father Dennis Dease is grateful for many things that have happened during the past 21 years he has served as president of the University of St. Thomas.”

“Sweeter home sales and prices, in Minn. and across U.S.,” Star Tribune, May 22, 2012. “Last month the percentage of Twin Cities area distressed sales was the lowest in 17 months.”

“CRE pros are slightly pessimistic about future,” Star Tribune, May 22, 2012. “Is the future of the local commercial real estate market half full, or half empty?”

“Downtown Lunds store to open mid-June,” Finance and Commerce, May 22, 2012. “Seven years after buying a downtown Minneapolis site, Edina-based Lund Food Holdings Inc. is three weeks away from opening a new Lunds grocery store at 1201 Hennepin Ave.”