Brian Osende '10 B.S.M.E., '11 M.S. returns to Uganda and brings light to his grandparents' village for the first time
My decision to retire next year didn’t exactly come as a surprise to many colleagues and friends who know where we are in pursuing significant milestones.
KAMPALA, UGANDA - The miracle workers are busy here these days.In a former retail storefront on a rut-filled dirt road in Ndejje, a poverty-stricken area southeast of Kampala, the first Hope Medical Clinic opened in November 2007. The sign outside says "Eddwaliro," Ugandan for "health care," in bold red letters, and 40 to 50 people show up every month or treatment of malaria, typhoid fever and the flu.
Degrees in hand, Ugandan students seek to make an impact in our world
Sisters Felista and Olivia Mpanga have found comfort and friendship in Minnesota
Mark Gregg will never forget the lessons he learned at St. Thomas.
The new student center is more than just a building
Using science and civility, engineering professor John Abraham calls a climate-change skeptic's bluff
How do 700 student-athletes find the time?
The newly opened Anderson Student Center will offer Tommies a plethora of foods, services, and social activites
Ireland Hall and a century of Lavin Burgers, ghosts and snowball fights
Book Excerpt from ‘Shiny Objects: Why We Spend Money We Don’t Have in Search of Happiness We Can’t Buy’
Why we spend money we don't have in search of happiness we can't buy
A young alumna who had career goals of becoming a doctor made an about-face when given a unique opportunity.
John Kascht draws on truth and exaggeration to capture his subjects
First published images from the new observatory offer "awe-inspiring" view of our universe
Can you identify Kascht's cast of caricatures from the cover of the 1981 Aquinas yearbook?
Celebrate 10 years of the Bernardi Campus with this look at the Eternal City.
On an ice rink or in the real estate market Ron Peltier '73 M.A. has always "wanted to compete"
St. Thomas' Gainey Center is the new home of Frank Gehry's Winton Guest House
Nearly four years after the I-35W bridge collapse, Jenny Xiong '11 continues to persevere and inspire