Stephen Brookfield is a professor in St. Thomas’ School of Education, teaches an online class and is a John Ireland Endowed Chair, but there is more to Brookfield than academics.
Minnesota nice, the stereotype of Minnesota residents to be courteous, reserved and mild mannered, but critics have pointed out negative qualities such as passive aggresiveness.
Designer Cecelia Porter examined the lives of popular superheroes and pointed out five life lessons their stories taught society.
Both Minneapolis and St. Paul declared snow emergencies Wednesday afternoon after the Twin Cities area accumulated about 4 inches of snow from late Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Robbie Harrell, an entrepreneurship major, and Stu Lombardo, a mechanical engineering major, teamed up making art out of a Minnesota staple—ice.
According to St. Thomas Public Safety logs, theft incidents have increased this year, but there are ways to avoid becoming a victim of crime.
Designer Sam Wisneski analyzed a study that linked personality with language used in Facebook statuses to find out how the two are linked.
Photo editor Morgan Neu found St. Thomas students with passions for creative hobbies and who express themselves through a variety of ways.
From Kindergarten to college, educational technologies are continuing to revolutionize educational eviroments with cloud computing, mobile technology and others.
Designer Bailey Jordan found four creative recipies to use up all of your Thanksgiving leftovers.
A suspicious email, a stolen backpack and an intercepted fake ID in the St. Thomas Mail Room are all part of this week’s Public Safety briefs.
Designer Danielle Duet compiled tips for students looking for affordable airfare.
With more than 200 million users about 460,000 new accounts created, and billions of posts each week, Twitter has taken the social media world by storm.
Whether you’re getting your coffee to go or want to find somewhere to sit down and study, there’s a shop not more than ten minutes away from campus.
Designer Danielle Duet designed this test based on Gary Chapman’s five primary love languages to find out your preference for emotional communication.