St. Thomas English professor Christopher Santiago wrote a poetry manuscript called “Tula” to honor his family and heritage, and was awarded an honor of his own, the Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry.
Audiences nationwide watched as “A St. Thomas Christmas: Jubilant Light” aired on the Public Broadcasting Service last December. Now, the broadcast has been nominated for an Emmy award at the 2016 Upper Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Undergraduate Student Government members at the Oct. 13 general council meeting approved three new clubs 17 requests for funding
The St. Thomas biology department has partnered with Tiny Footprint Coffee, a local roastery in Minneapolis, to examine ways coffee chaff can be used for sustainability.
For the Undergraduate Student Government, the decision to sponsor the Start by Believing campaign to support victims of sexual assault was an easy one – but the stigma surrounding sexual assaults makes it difficult for victims to find this unwavering support.
An increased student activities fee has boosted the Undergraduate Student Government budget for fall semester amid $43,000 in rollover funds.
Since August, encounters with clowns highly publicized by social media have spread fear across the country, but Sgt. Michael Ernster, public information officer at the St. Paul Police Department, said the public doesn’t need to be afraid.
As the 2016 election draws near, Secretary Steve Simon is doing everything he can to get young people involved.