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Basilian Fathers Bicentennial || Legacy of ‘Teach Me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge’

Throughout 2022, Basilian Fathers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Colombia are relishing the 200th anniversary of their order - celebrations capped with a commemorative Mass at St. Basil’s Church on the campus of the University of St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto November 21. Two hundred years guided by faith and [...]

By |2022-08-29T13:18:59-05:00August 28th, 2022|Academics, Alumni, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments

Creative Climate || “Eagles’ Nest” Fall 2021 Earns Multiple National NSPRA Recognitions

St. Thomas is proud to partner with designer KH Studio in accepting multiple elite recognitions from the prestigious National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for the Eagles’ Nest Fall 2021 publication. For the second consecutive year, St. Thomas earned an Excellence award in the Magazine category, one of only two individual schools displaying distinction among [...]

Faith, Freedom, Football || Tickets for Catholic Bowl II at The Ford Center

St. Thomas is excited to continue its participation in the prestigious Catholic Bowl event presented by Global Football. The Ford Center at The Star, the indoor stadium connected to the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, will again serve as the host venue. The celebration of faith, freedom, and football will seize the majesty of Friday [...]

Game On || Eagle Football Debuts 2022 Season August 26 at St. John’s

St. Thomas has built its recent gridworld reputation on a pyrotechnics passing attack centered around a series of record-smashing quarterbacks who spring boarded to the collegiate level. The about-face for Rich McGuire entering his sixth campaign as head coach is that it’s the other bunch that enters the 2022 season as the known quality - [...]

Remembering William F. Joplin ’54 || Philanthropic Champion | Faithful, Humble Servant

The extended St. Thomas Family is mourning the passing of Hall of Honor member William Fr. Joplin ‘54, a philanthropic champion who played an essential role during a transformational period of the school’s history. Joplin died August 1 at the age of 86 years old. “In his extraordinary service to our school, Bill Joplin was [...]

By |2022-08-05T12:55:18-05:00August 5th, 2022|Alumni, Campus News|0 Comments

Beloved Broadcaster Vin Scully || Committed Catholic | A Link to St. Thomas

The voice of baseball has been silenced. In many ways, the voice of America. From the Lost Generation to Generation Z. Legendary Vin Scully passed away August 3 at age 94. The beloved Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster was the master of mesmerizing melodic play-by-play. And his iconic, illustrious past owns a sliver link to St. [...]

By |2022-08-05T12:36:59-05:00August 4th, 2022|Alumni, Athletics, Baseball|1 Comment

Senior Stories || The Opinions That Matter | Jake Wright ‘22, Cameron Price ‘22, and Wyatt Green ‘22

The Roman emperor and Stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius cultivated a particular approach - moral and psychological advice - that has remained as understandable as it is practical for 2,000 years. Stoics believe that the true good resides in our own character and actions. And in that pursuit, Aurelius sagely observed that “it never ceases to [...]

Senior Stories || Josh McLean ’22 | Culmination And Coronation

The gold medalist is positioned and applauded atop the awards podium in direct line of sight for eyewitnesses within the natatorium and those live streaming across Texas. An array of excellence to easily recognize. The litany of school swimming records is readily available for all to admire. And the social media swirl vibrant if not [...]

Serving Up Success || Rafael Nasr ‘10 Dishing Robust Flavors as Salute to Family’s Food Culture

Food is the center of his universe. Rafael Nasr ‘10 is most comfortable in the kitchens at his popular Craft Pita cafe or at home. The apron is inevitably battle-stained with remnants of his creations. The first-generation Lebanese American plays out his culinary dreams like an artist, applying his signature flair to the intricacies of [...]

By |2022-06-27T11:09:45-05:00June 23rd, 2022|Alumni, Campus News|0 Comments

Farewell With A Flourish || Fine Arts Faculty Icon Mike Nebel Leaves Unmatched Legacy

  The swan song more resembled a grand slam crescendo than a heart-tugging stroll through career appreciation. The last call of precocious practitioners were bent on a #BestIsStandard ethic embedded before them. A ceramic arts lab that had annually nurtured and produced a conga line of regional and national acclaim wasn’t interested in a nostalgic [...]

By |2022-08-08T12:01:15-05:00June 15th, 2022|Academics, Campus News, Student Life|0 Comments
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