Archbishop Blase Cupich ’71 leads the country’s third-largest Catholic diocese with compassion, integrity and wit.
Author and activist Geoffrey Saign brings the outdoors into children’s imaginations.
St. Thomas alumnus Will Steger ’66, ’69 M.A. flipped the switch last week on a renewable energy system that will provide power to his Steger Wilderness Center. Dr. Greg Mowry, a St. Thomas School of Engineering professor, designed the system.
Entrepreneurship Andrew Kincheloe '12 turned his favorite childhood food into Buddy's Small Batch Nut Butter, a thriving brand that's now sold in 300 stores across five Midwestern states.
Dan Buettner '83, The New York Times-bestselling author of Blue Zones, gave a short but memorable talk on longevity last week. He's been studying the world's healthiest communities for more than a decade.
The nationwide release of The Survivor, the next book in the late Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp series of political thrillers, will be on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at St. Thomas Academy in Mendota Heights.
Here's a look back at St. Thomas' three biggest club sports.
Join by the end of the month to be a mentee or mentor this academic year.
Ronaldo "Rony" Lec Ajcot '94 is the founder of the Institute for Mesoamerican Permaculture, a not-for-profit organization that is reviving ancient Mayan farming practices to improve food security and self-sufficiency in his native Mesoamerica.
Opportunities abound for lawyers in rural communities
J. Ryann Peyton '08 J.D. combines her background in the social sciences with the call to societal reform fostered by the School of Law
Jessica Slattery ’06, foreign affairs officer in the U.S. State Department, gave the UST School of Law commencement speech on May 15. Read an excerpt from her remarks.
Ciresi Conlin LLP represents a new model for law firms.
Please remember in your prayers Dr. James McEnaney '52, a former St. Thomas Alumni Association board member and past winner of the association’s Monsignor James Lavin Award.
Published poet Tracy Youngblom ’96 shares one of her pieces with the St. Thomas community.
Margret Aldrich, '03 M.A. in English, wrote a book about the Little Free Library movement, published by Coffee House Press this month.
David Duccini ’94, ’99 M.S.S.E., is the founder of Do a Bit of Good, a Bitcoin-based charitable organization he hopes will do some good while helping to change the conversation on cryptocurrencies.
Through his career, Captain James Wells B.A. ’98, M.A. ’12 has worked to advance the common good by giving back to his community.
House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin's UST MBA allows her to see the connection between successfully running a business and effectively running the state.
Q&A with Ahmed El Shourbagy '10 M.B.A., who founded Dogs of Instagram.
Nick Stokman '13 created ilos videos, an easier way for new employees to adjust to the workplace.
Katie Kirchgessner '03 uses her management skills to oversee clinic personnel at Chicago's Rush University Family Physicians.
Erica Gerrity ’05 M.S.W. works to provide a crucial support network for pregnant incarcerated women so their babies are born healthier and with a better start in life.
In an employment landscape of increasing competition and expectations, St. Thomas' Career Development Center is as valuable as ever.
Entrepreneur student Robbie Harrell runs a young ice-sculpting company with business partner Cullen Loeffler, a longsnapper for the Minnesota Vikings.