Don Briel, the founder of the Catholic Studies program at the St. Thomas, is in hospice care after being diagnosed with an untreatable form of leukemia last month.
The Minnesota Institute of Art’s ice maze, which was open from Feb. 1 through Feb. 4, drew large crowds during pre-Super Bowl festivities.
Senior Annie Youngblood was selected as the winner of the 2018 Tommie Award, which recognizes a student who “best represents the ideals of St. Thomas Aquinas through scholarship, leadership, and campus involvement.”
After a push from the art history department to create a gallery space for its art collections, St. Thomas will open an exhibition later this month in the O’Shaughnessy Education Center.
St. Thomas students Cory Spawn and Joe Sladek will be on the field at U.S. Bank Stadium during the halftime show of Super Bowl LII assisting with set up and tear down.
A $50 graduation fee has been waived for the Class of 2018 following talks between administrators and student government officials.
Multiple fires were set across St. Kate’s St. Paul campus Wednesday in an apparent case of arson, according to emergency alerts sent to students.
St. Thomas students created a guide for Tommies to easily use the Metro Transit system.
Former St. Thomas student Maddie Shogren became in July a sister with Pro Ecclesia Sancta, a Catholic religious community in St. Paul.
Two of Minnesota’s most famous people, Al Franken and Garrison Keillor, saw their legacies derailed as sexual misconduct scandals swept the political and entertainment worlds. Here’s a look at some of Minnesota’s top stories in 2017.
Minnesota is in the midst of the largest outbreak of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in the country.
Designer Jonathan Westerberg looks at how Minnesota motorists fared in winter 2015 and how to stay safe on the road in winter conditions.
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.
Security was tight as protesters picketed on Monday morning outside the O’Shaughnessy Education Center, where two opposing conferences were being held.
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.