After weeks of looming concern, St. Thomas simultaneously hosted two series of events, Man, Woman and the Order of Creation and Trans Solidarity, Monday with high turnout and low hostility.
A man inspired by the Islamic State group set off a crude pipe bomb strapped to his body Monday in a crowded subway corridor near Times Square, injuring the man, slightly wounding three others and sending New York commuters fleeing in terror through the smoky passageway.
Security was tight as protesters picketed on Monday morning outside the O’Shaughnessy Education Center, where two opposing conferences were being held.
Forward Lauren Fischer was perfect from three as the seventh-rank women’s basketball team cruised past St. Kate’s 79-46 Saturday at Schoenecker Arena.
St. Thomas sophomore Chuecheng Yang recently founded the nonprofit company Elewake, which sells snack bags to students and uses the proceeds to buy winter hats and mittens for elementary students at the Hmong International Academy in the Twin Cities.
The student-led campaign Stop @ Buzzed is implementing programs to help students make smart decisions regarding alcohol.
Designer Christine Hastings looks at the most popular holiday events in the Twin Cities this winter.
The St. Thomas professor who lost to Minnesota Sen. Al Franken in the 2008 Democratic-Farmer-Labor Senate primary said Thursday that he believed Franken was not resigning for the right reasons.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken said he’ll resign in the coming weeks amid multiple sexual misconduct allegations.
Despite allowing a 20-2 run to tie the game at 54, the St. Thomas women’s basketball team captured its fifth win of the season 72-65 against the Bethel University Royals.
University Affairs Editor Emily Sweeney summarizes the biographies of the 21 Tommie Award nominees for 2018.
Sen. Al Franken on Wednesday denied a new sexual misconduct accusation that came from a former Democratic congressional aide that he tried to forcibly kiss her after a taping of his radio show in 2006.
The St. Thomas Christmas Concert Sunday evening at Orchestra Hall was a made-for-television spectacle.
Crusader cornerback Kris Brown intercepted Jacques Perra’s pass and returned it to the end zone in the turning point of the game, a 24-10 deficit the Tommies would not overcome.
Goalie Kenzie Torpy saved all 24 shots on goal to hold the Auggies to zero points, ending their seven-game win streak Saturday at Augsburg University.