One thing you might miss out on if you go to a small, private, liberal arts school instead of a larger university is the chance to watch active writers read from their work. Poet Linda Nemec Foster (’72) remembered lacking that experience when she was at Aquinas College, so she and her husband, Dr. Tony Foster (’73), worked to start the college’s Contemporary Writers Series in 1997.
The Saint Reporter Noel Ramos discusses what DACA is and why immigrants need a better path to citizenship.
Reporter Julian Leal highlights some of Grand Rapids’ attractions.
Sports Editor Samantha Bell talks men’s soccer seven games into the season.
AQ Democrats and AQ Republicans are two RSOs that focus on issues related to their political parties.
“Engagement is active,” Allie Markland said, “Being engaged isn’t just showing up and being entertained by someone. It’s plugging in and taking ownership of that experience.” Campus Life was renamed Student Leadership and Engagement over the summer.
The CDI works to create a welcoming, inclusive atmosphere on campus. Currently, Aquinas is in the process of interviewing and hiring a new director for the center.
Fr. Stan talks to Reporter Elizabeth Walztoni about the dedication mass, which will take place Oct. 7.
Opinion Editor Kirsten Fedorowicz talks about the importance of bringing the domestic abuse cases of celebrities and athletes to light.