New & Noteworthy

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Professor Podcast

Join Mae Macfarlane, a 2022 St. Thomas graduate, as she interviews St. Thomas faculty on their fascinating scholarship and lives at the university. New podcast episodes drop every two weeks and highlight professors across the curriculum!

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Tales from the Archives: Mid-Winter Celebrations

While the annual Saint Paul Winter Carnival, with its signature parade and medallion hunt, may be more well known, St. Thomas has had a long tradition hosting its own mid-winter celebrations.

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Website Feedback

The redesigned library website is here! Tell us what you think in this short survey. Your feedback is very important to us. This Website Evaluation survey takes about 5-7 minutes to complete, and responses will be kept confidential.

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Zotero

Citation Managers help you store and organize sources. They can even automatically create bibliographies and in-text citations! Learn more about St. Thomas-supported citation managers and reach out to your librarian for assistance.

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Tales from the Archives: Our Lady Queen of Peace

While wandering through campus, St. Thomas community members may have stumbled across the quiet garden at the rear of the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas with a statue of the Virgin Mary as its centerpiece.

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Tales from the Archives: St. Thomas' First Native American Graduate

Ann Kenne, head of special collections and archivist at St. Thomas, writes about Father Philip Gordon – a Roman Catholic priest, champion for Native American rights and St. Thomas' first Native American graduate.