After six years of training faculty and courses taught under its pedagogy, Writing Across the Curriculum will become part of St. Thomas' core curriculum requirements in fall 2015.
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Carol Bruess is back with this year's first installment of the popular Humans of St. Thomas series. She chats with graduate student Mashael Aljahdali who loves her family and dreams of working at a university – and who is almost never not smiling.
St. Thomas student Luke Adams is returning home from Japan after being hit by a car and severely injured. His family and friends have planned a fundraiser and homecoming event on Aug. 22 for his return.
Graduation provides these eight seniors with time to reflect on past accomplishments and look forward to what the future may hold.
St. Thomas junior Anna Nolan will be the sole college student in a delegation joining Gov. Mark Dayton on a mission to Mexico in August to promote economic ties.
The arduous and rewarding path of a DREAMer
How a hit-and-run forever changed the lives of two students (and everyone who knows them).
Talee Vang is one remarkable woman – Thai refugee camp survivor, mother of three young children, granddaughter of a legendary Hmong general’s confidant and St. Thomas doctoral student in professional psychology. Carol Bruess and Meredith Heneghan caught up with her at a coffee shop for a Humans of St. Thomas interview for The Scroll.
The Feminist Community, a student-run group at St. Thomas, is striving to end sexual assault, teach acceptance and spread the idea of feminism.
Through a new digital storytelling initiative, the Office of Study Abroad hopes to help returnees reflect on their experience.
The sampler, set into motion during fall semester, will be released at a party at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at Scooter’s in the Anderson Student Center.
After reading a case study about Mount Everest, Erin Machinchick, Health Care MBA student, decided to climb it.
Chelsea Balthazar, a freshman international student from the Caribbean island of Dominica, will speak at this month's CultureLink Tea, April 13.
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.
Seniors John Umarov and Julio Vasquez and sophomore Chad Helland joined influencers and more than 1,000 like-minded students at the Clinton Global Initiative University from March 6-8 in Miami.
Last year, while standing in line for coffee in Anderson Student Center, sophomore Lauren Vallez found herself in the middle of a debate between engineering professor John Abraham and one of his students. This random encounter heavily shaped the course of her studies at St. Thomas.
Seniors John Umarov and Julio Vasquez and sophomore Chad Helland were chosen to attend the gathering of up-and-coming social entrepreneurs based on a project they are developing with the St. Thomas chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World.
For more than four decades St. Thomas' Selim Center for Learning in Later Years has brought lifelong learners to campus, enriching the existing educational offerings and creating a vibrant portion of the school's community.
Chloé Knutson ’16 is a gearhead ... and so much more.
A senior majoring in entrepreneurship and business communications, she has been involved as a student leader at St. Thomas in a variety of ways, including as a Morrison Hall apartment coordinator, first-year commuter advisor, president of Delta Sigma Pi, and co-captain of the women’s and men’s swim and dive team.
Interim vice president for student affairs, Karen Lange, reflects on the sudden death of sophomore Erik Nielsen and the campus-wide response to the tragedy.
The award recognizes places open to the public in the seven-county metro area that are memorable, transformational and elevate function to art.
Four School of Engineering students were among the 18 teams of young engineers-in-training that competed for the right to call themselves world champion drone builders at the 22nd annual ASME Student Design Competition finals in Montreal.