Opinion Editor Kirsten Fedorowicz talks about the activism presented by the students of Parkland Florida.
Netflix does justice to Flint: “Flint Town” gives us a complex and artfully executed behind-the-scenes glance at the Flint Police Department.
By Mackenzie Murphy, Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy of Flickr “Flint Town” documents the understaffed and under-funded Flint Police Department during a critical juncture in the department’s existence. “Flint Town” is binge worthy, but it’s […]
Students and administration converse through community forum
On March 14, Student Senate sponsored a community forum at which President Kevin Quinn, Provost Stephen Barrows and Brian Matzke, associate vice president for student affairs, were present to answer questions or concerns about Aquinas.
New Orleans: A home for hope
Staff Writer Elizabeth Schoof reflects on her service learning experience from Spring Break.
“Black Panther”: representation matters
Reporter Ashley Bolek explains why “Black Panther” just might outscore every other Marvel movie.
“A Wrinkle in Time” needs some ironing out
The movie based on the bestselling novel falls short of Staff Writer Yashowanto Ghosh’s expectations.
Crepes and coffee: a visit to Brown Butter
Bella Buck shares why Brown Butter Creperie and Cafe should be your new favorite brunch spot.
Play ball: AQ softball set to continue success
Story by Sam Kaser, Staff Writer Image courtesy of aqsaints.com The grass is becoming greener, and to the Aquinas Softball team that means it’s time to begin the regular season. The Saints […]