President Julie Sullivan joins reporter Noura Elmanssy to talk about St. Thomas’ rebranding campaign on In Depth with TommieMedia.
The Rev. Larry Snyder joins opinions editor Jeffrey Langan on In Depth with TommieMedia.
St. Thomas management professor Phil Anderson, Jenny O’Brien and Jon Page sit down with reporter Eric Bromback to talk about the London Business Semester.
Michael Jordan, associate vice president of Undergraduate Studies and Academic Advisement, joins Tom Pitzen to discuss transferring community college credits.
Wells Farnham, Public Safety crime prevention officer, joins Sports Editor Tom Pitzen to discuss the repercussions of drunken driving.
Public Safety Crime Prevention Officer, Wells Farnham, joins reporter Simeon Lancaster to discuss the possibilities of riots at the annual Tommie-Johnnie game.
Teaching evaluation committee member, Agapitos Papagapitos, joins reporter Simeon Lancaster to discuss the effectiveness of end-of-the-year student evaluations.
Employer relations specialist Jennifer Rogers and reporter Simeon Lancaster explore the advantages and disadvantages of unpaid internships.
Counseling and Psychological Services director Jeri Rockett and reporter Simeon Lancaster look into why anxiety is an issue at St. Thomas.
Bjorn Saterbak explores safe spring break vacations with Wellness Center graduate assistant Maryse Abrahams and public safety crime prevention Sgt. Wells Farnham.
For the first time, St. Thomas Residence Life has opened next year’s on-campus housing applications in November, four months earlier than normal.
St. Thomas has one of the lowest alumni donation participation rates in the MIAC at about 19 percent.
TommieMedia looks at the cost and value of J-Term classes around the globe.
The Minnesota Department of Health recently announced that the number of reported sexually transmitted diseases in Minnesota increased ten percent in the past year.
Catholic identity is a hallmark of St. Thomas. Yet, for the first time, the university has named a layperson as president and less than half of current students surveyed chose to identify themselves as Catholic.