” The ITF needs to make a decision, is it going to allow both men and women to be more emotional on the court, or is it going to equally enforce the rules in both the male and female matches?” Reporter Anna-Jo Stuart gives her thoughts on Serena Williams and the way the ITF has treated her.
Increased student engagement opportunities following changes to Academic and Learning Services
“The new goal of CORE is to bring about a change in the Aquinas community. This involves making students aware of the department’s variety of services, as well as making use of them.”
Aquinas celebrates the Tully Cross tradition
The Ireland Alumni Artists’ Exhibition runs through September 28–don’t miss it!
Yoga, music and free food: GR College Week events hosted by Aquinas College
This year, Aquinas hosted two events for the inaugural GR College Week.
Brendan Kiely opens 2018-2019 season of the Contemporary Writers Series
“Writing for young adults, Kiely has — in his recent work — addressed contemporary problems such as sexism and white supremacy.” Kiely will read from his work on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wege Ballroom.
Another heartfelt Hozier hit: “Nina Cried Power” does not disappoint
Reporter Macayla Jones reviews Hozier’s new EP.
Double Delight for Aquinas’ Cross Country Teams
Story by Shane Lydon, Sports Editor Photos courtesy of aqsaints.com It was a happy Homecoming for Aquinas’ Men and Women’s Cross Country teams as they both came out on top at the […]
ArtPrize 2018 kicks off
ArtPrize once again fills downtown with art exhibits of every kind.
Nike Protests: Just Don’t Do It
“Nobody cares that you burn your shoes – except people without them.” Reporter AJ Atwater gives his thoughts on the most recent Nike protests.
Summer research programs at Aquinas: “Adding new knowledge to the human experience”
“This year the Summer Scholars and Mohler-Thompson grants supported researchers in nine different disciplines, and several students participated in other off-campus opportunities.”