On a night when the 2012 national championship team was honored and in attendance, the 20th-ranked St. Thomas volleyball team defeated Bethel three sets to one Friday night at Schoenecker Arena.
St. Thomas sophomore Chip Spadafora is in the process of starting Tommie Outdoors, a student club that will include activities such as stargazing, hiking and camping.
The university announced a $5 million endowment by Eugene and Mary Frey on Friday at the inauguration ceremony for the Dougherty Family College.
A special connection between twin brothers Tyler and Justin Oliver has helped to lead the St. Thomas soccer team to 13-1 record.
Seventeen players from the Augsburg football team joined the movement Colin Kaepernick started over a year ago, kneeling while the national anthem is played before a game.
Opinions editor Sam Miner argues: “College students drinking is essentially unavoidable. College students drinking and driving should not be.”
Columnist Jack Dodd argues: “St. Thomas football players should get a small piece of the pie from all of the profits made in the Tommie-Johnnie game at Target Field.”
Columnist Tam Kemabonta argues a phenomenon called the “stereotype threat” holds some people back.
Designer Jana Hontanosas looks at the Twin Cities restaurants that have been featured on the Food Network show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.”
Some students and faculty have recently fallen victim to a surge in phishing scams, which can compromise private information stored on their St. Thomas email account.
A 5K, carnival games and lots of purple highlighted Saturday’s homecoming festivities at St. Thomas. Photojournalist Davis Narey captured the morning’s events.
Pop singer Daya headlined the Homecoming concert Saturday night in Woulfe Alumni Hall. Rapper and singer Kamau opened the show.
The Tommies post their second shutout of the season, beating the Cobbers 21-0 Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium.
Cobber running back Chad Johnson was held to just 55 yards on 16 carries Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium as the Tommies won their fifth game of the season 21-0.
Running back Tucker Trettel rushed for 53 yards and a touchdown Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium as St. Thomas established a 14-0 lead over Concordia at halftime.