Damaged audio equipment, a BB gun shooting and public urination are all part of this week’s Public Safety briefs.
TommieMedia asked students what they plan to do over fall break this weekend.
Photojournalist Elena Neuzil searched campus to highlight St. Thomas faculty members with distinct fashion styles.
Each time the St. Thomas football team steps on the field at O’Shaughnessy Stadium, it can count Caruso’s Crew for support.
Find out what factors contributed to 24/7 Wallstreet naming Minnesota as runner-up for the state with the best quality of life.
St. Thomas used sUSTainability week to raise awareness about the collective effort to achieve a carbon-neutral campus by 2035.
A crowd of 2,900 witnessed St. Thomas’ 45-27 football victory over Augsburg College Saturday for Homecoming.
Off-campus burglaries, weapons law violations and an odor of marijuana are all part of this week’s Public Safety briefs.
Design Manager Genevieve Cossette found that Minnesota has gained more than 50,000 jobs in the past year.
TommieMedia asked students what they think of this year’s Homecoming sweatshirts and what their favorite things are about Homecoming week.
Find out which events you want to attend this week in preparation for Homecoming on Oct. 11.
Intoxicated students in the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex, a water leak in Morrison Hall and an arrested student are all part of this week’s Public Safety briefs.
According to the Journal of the American Heart Association, adults who watch more than three hours of TV a day may double their risk of premature death from any cause.
Luke Spehar, a 2010 St. Thomas alumnus, performed the first show of his cross-country tour showcasing his third album.
An individual urinating outside of the Murray-Herrick Campus Center, a fake ID and a burst water pipe are all part of this week’s Public Safety briefs.