Article by Jayden Jones, Reporter On Wednesday October 17 at 3 p.m. AQ Student Senate convened in JLH 215. Senators first heard from Kevin Kwiatkowski of Campus Safety, who provided a review […]
What not to wear: cultural appropriation in Halloween costumes
Reporter Carolyn Slattery gives her thoughts on cultural appropriation and how it ties in with Halloween.
A picture of climate change in Michigan
Many of us may have heard that the Great Lakes region has the most secure future in the face of climate change — a comforting idea to accept, but an incorrect one, as outlined by the National Climate Assessment report released in 2014.
Corgis in the Park 2018: A treat for all
Did you miss this year’s Corgis in the Park? Abi Safago has you covered with a recap.
Spotlight: Women’s Soccer
By Sam Stevenson, Saint Reporter Photo courtesy of aqsaints.com The end of October means the end of fall sports and the shift into winter activities. For many fall Aquinas College programs, this […]
Gerrymandering in Michigan: understanding Proposal 2
The passage of Proposal 2 would create a commission of randomly-selected citizens that would reassign district boundaries every 10 years in accordance with population data from the U.S. Census.
“Asylum” Haunted Houses: A good scare or something more sinister?
Reporter Jayden Jones gives her thoughts on “Asylum” themed haunted houses.
Who’s on the ballot: 2018 election will impact all levels of government
The upcoming races will set the tone for years to come at every level of government.
Tired of horror films and the haunted? Try “A Star is Born” or “Venom” instead.
Staff Writer Yashowanto Ghosh discusses two of the biggest box office hits this Fall: “Venom” and “A Star is Born.”
Men’s soccer season ends in disappointment
By Shane Lydon, Sports Editor Photos courtesy of aqsaints.com A frustrating season for the Men’s Soccer team came to a close last Saturday following a 2-1 defeat to Cleary University. There was […]