St. Thomas president to retire in '13

  • Article by: Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 10, 2012 - 11:19 PM
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ganniecaMay. 10, 12 3:43 PM

Hey Dease, why don't you take war criminal Law Professor Robert Delahunty with you! Delahunty continues to teaches St Thomas law students that is perfectly justice and moral to be the ultimate bullies. Maybe the two of you can go learn about how the US was a better nation when we had rule of Law and adhered to the Geneva Conventions instead of making excuses to allow the US to torture. See you both at the graduation this Saturday.

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lugo213May. 10, 12 4:49 PM

In my four years at UST, Father Dease appeared to be reasonable and fair in his handling of most situations, despite having to balance a very diverse group of students and alumni- some liberal, some conservative, some Catholic and some not. Overall, both the St. Paul and Minneapolis campus' are now top-of-the-line educational facilities and he had a lot to do with that. Thanks Father Dease!

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ningaubleMay. 11, 1212:33 AM

Father Deese has been an excellent president and the university has blossomed under his leadership. Enjoy your next adventure!

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gwbuddyMay. 11, 12 6:16 AM

I am proud to be a University of St. Thomas (UST) Alumni. Father Dennis Dease helped expand many academic programs at the school. Examples: Business, Education, Software Engineering, and Law. UST now has more evening academic programs too. These are all great accomlishments. I just don't like being constantly hounded for more donations. Often to pay for UST's expenses. They increased a lot too under Father Dennis Dease. The current tuition rates are unbelievable compared to when I attended UST years ago.

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