Championships come and go, but Tommie baseball endures
Tommies end season 35-9
Gapinski shuts down Eagles as Tommies win ninth straight
Explosive Matt Olson is anxious for the playoffs ? and he?s ready to run
The old reliables - pitching and defense - head the list
Another championship year full of memories renews one's faith in the game
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
Sophomore swimmer crosses the English Channel to complete the first leg of a triple crown
Opus College of Business Web designer by day, Jess Durrant (a.k.a Norah Torious) brings the pain - and the joy - to her nighttime gig as a Minnesota RollerGirl
Engineering students work with faculty to develop small-scale wind turbines that will power cell towers and expand communications throughout the world
TV reporter Riley Spartz pursues a curious story of a bride left at the altar and finds herself caught in a dangerous missing-person case in this sequel to the award-winning Stalking Susan
Shunned by Moroccan society, unwed mothers find safe refuge at Aicha Ech Channa's Association Solidarite Feminine
Father Hans Stapel has more than 60 Farms of Hope chemical dependency centers that help addicts care for themselves, and then each other
Sister Valeriana Garcia-Martin's Home of Light and Life cares for more than 1,000 Colombian children, many with sever physical and mental disabilities
Geoffrey Gage '97 M.B.C. was encouraged to pursue work he could be passionate about beyond the family business
There is a desperate need for medical and financial assistance in the aftermath of a devasting earthquake
Enhancement Programs gives students with disabilities an opportunity to soar
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.
A new television documentary finds a coach's impact goes far beyond the clichÃ©s and gameday platitudes
Mark Zesbaugh?s meteoric career propelled him to the CEO office at the age of 37. Now he's looking for the next challenge.
With emphasis on a "continuity of effort," St. Thomas has evolved to meet every challenge in its 125-year history.
John Ireland chose his lifelong friend, Thomas O'Gorman, to serve as the first president of St. Thomas