STM mourns loss of the Honorable Thomas Molloy

By: Jacquie Berg

The St. Thomas More College community joins in recognizing the many contributions of Thomas Molloy, with sadness, in the passing of this distinguished Alumnus.

Walk for Reconciliation draws huge support

By: Paul Sinkewicz

The fourth annual Walk for Reconciliation drew thousands of supporters on June 21. People of all ages turned out to mark National Indigenous Peoples' Day and to recognize the sacrifices and resilience of Residential School & Day School Survivors, Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and Sixties Scoop Survivors.

Sports fan behaviour unpredictable, says Farthing

By: Paul Sinkewicz

In the lead-up to Game 6 of the NBA finals, STM's Dr. Gerry Farthing lent his expertise on the psychology of sports fans who deviate from normal behaviour

Feast Day chance to forge connections

By: Paul Sinkewicz

The STM College community celebrated the Feast Day of it's namesake with members of the L'Arche Saskatoon homes.

We Remember

It is with great sadness that we share the news of the death of our friend and colleague, Alan Reese. Alan lived out his vocation of teacher and scholar with good humour, openness of spirit, and vibrant faith. Dr. Reese was a member of the St. Thomas More College faculty, in the department of History, for over thirty years.

Graduates challenged to ‘become an agent of change’

By: Paul Sinkewicz

STM College celebrates spring convocation at awards ceremony, reception. Ranks of honoured alumni grow

STM hosts Third Annual Student Art Exhibition

By: Jacquie Berg

STM’s third annual GSCS Student Art Exhibition and reception was held May 28 in St. Thomas More College gallery, celebrating the works of 30 grade 12 student artists from the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools.

New President appointed for STM

By: Jacquie Berg

The Board of Governors for St. Thomas More College (STM) announced the appointment of Dr. Carl N. Still (PhD) as the 12th President of STM.

STM students celebrate academic year end

A year-end celebration included lots of balloons, games and fun as well as awards to deserving honourees

Dean's Reception Celebrates STM Faculty Excellence

Dean Arul Kumaran recognized STM faculty achievement as well as long service at the spring reception

STM celebrates faculty publications

Three new books, and a long list of faculty publications, were the focus of a Book Launch and celebration in the Shannon Library

Coffee house entertainment by STM Newman Sounds Glee Club

By: Carl N. Still, PhD

Congratulations to everyone involved in the Newman Sounds Glee Club Coffee House this past Saturday. Twenty-one students sang, danced, and played an amazing program of 16 contemporary and classic songs.

Student work in spotlight at Shannon Library Exposition

By: Paul Sinkewicz

The 1st annual Exposition of Library Based Student Research, hosted by Dr. Donna Brockmeyer, explored the Ancient and Modern Worlds with displays of death masks, artifacts and project posters from RLST 282, RLST 303, ARCH 244, ARCH 257 and ARCH 258. The event also featured the launch of the latest issue of In Media Res, the liberal arts journal published twice a year by STM College.

Left-right split changing: McGrane

By: Paul Sinkewicz

STM's David McGrane says identity, rights and the environment are now the driving issues for most Canadians