“While some students bemoan the inconvenience of construction, it is perhaps worth taking the time to consider the new chapel as it will be: a safe place of worship in the heart of campus.”
Aquinas College is a family, and losing a family member is hard. Recently, the Aquinas community has lost three members: Brent Chesley, Lendell Hoard and Gary Karasinski. Dr. Brent Chesley was a […]
By Charlie Crowley, Sports Editor Courtesy of Andris Visockis The Aquinas’ women’s hockey team recently split a weekend set against the University of Notre Dame. The Saints lost the first game 6-5, but […]
By Brianna Moynihan, Saint Reporter Courtesy of Andris Visockis On Jan. 17, the men’s basketball team ended a two loss streak after defeating Lourdes University, 62-41. Sophomore forward Rashaud Orange believes this […]
By Charlie Crowley, Sports Editor Courtesy of Andris Visockis The Aquinas’ women’s basketball team has kicked off the second half of their season and are off to a scorching start. Dating back […]
Haven’t served on a spring service trip yet but would like to? Applications are open for domestic trips until Jan. 27.
Reporter America DeGraw spotlights Professor McDaniel, known around campus for his interesting lectures, excitable personality, and willingness to always assist his students.
By Brianna Moynihan, Saint Reporter Courtesy of Andris Visockis The Aquinas Men’s Hockey team opened up 2017 with a series win over Waldorf University in Minnesota. The team then went on to […]
Staff Writer Ty Smith spills the beans about Netflix’s revival of “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”
The annual social justice march in memory of Martin Luther King Jr. brings up hard topics and allows for feelings to be expressed.