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Finishing My Degree: Returning to College as a Mom of Three

Dayna Furnish and kids

Editor’s Note: Dayna Furnish, a mother of three, loves being a mom but had regrets about not finishing her college degree. Just 13 credits shy of a college degree, Dayna knew that after eight years it was time to return to the University of St. Thomas. She made the decision to work towards a liberal…

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From the Classroom to the Operating Room: A Journey of a UST Grad

Jamie Hernandez

By Dr. Jamie Hernandez ’05, M.D. As a pro-life physician, I value the ethical foundation that UST laid in my life. My ability to make life-changing recommendations to my patients is not only based on the best scientific information, but also on sound ethical principles that I learned at UST. As far back as I…

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5 Tips for College Freshmen: Advice to Survive Your First Year in College

UST College Students

Editor’s Note: Freshman year of college is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, full of ups and downs. University of Thomas student Ally Piotrowski (Theology ’16) shares her advice for college freshmen. It’s easy to get overwhelmed your freshmen year of college. What you do in your first year of college can have a tremendous impact on the…

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