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The assumption that mothers need to stay home is sexist, outdated
Opinion Editor Anna-Jo Stuart writes responds to an old editorial that says women need to stay home.
Aquinas College questions the future of its sustainability initiatives
What is the college’s future in sustainability? Elizabeth Walztoni and Anna Schlutt report.
The importance of news in our busy lives
Editor-in-chief Kirsten Fedorowicz talks about why paying attention to the news is an empathetic act.
Theatre professor Randy Wyatt leaves Aquinas
Popular AQ Theatre Director and Associate professor Randy Wyatt is leaving the Aquinas stage for new opportunities.
Khalid’s “Free Spirit” an opportunity for self-reflection
Reporter Mackenzie Walters reviews Khalid’s new album.
Gun violence in America, in light of an NRA investigation
In light of the investigation into the NRA, The Saint has decided to rerun a poignant opinion piece by now Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Schoof.
Something for everyone at Carolina Lowcountry Kitchen
Looking for a break from the half-off apps? Reporter Danata Paulino presents Carolina Lowcountry Kitchen.
Grand Rapids colleges collide for a cabaret collaboration
Encore!’s latest project was a cabaret presented by Aquinas and GRCC students. Reporter Macayla Jones talks to Josie Gonzalez about the process of putting on the show.
The fear of measles: why Aquinas has been warned
Reporter Abi Safago explains why Aquinas students received an email about measles and vaccinations.