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Weekly yoga sessions help STU students relax

Yoga boasts many great benefits as it is a form of meditation. Nest Yoga instructors are welcoming St. Thomas University students to take advantage...

Noah Tulk makes comeback to STU volleyball

After the COVID-19 pandemic derailed his sophomore season, Noah Tulk has returned to the St. Thomas University Tommies volleyball team. “COVID happened halfway through my...
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