Story by Zach Avery, Reporter Photos courtesy of Zach Avery Before Aquinas’ official eSports season began, head coach Adam Antor was proud to welcome local Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players to an open […]
Climate Strike mobilizes in Grand Rapids; Aquinas turnout low
Strikes demanding action on climate change took place globally and in Grand Rapids on September 20. Elizabeth Walztoni reports.
Counseling, Health, and Wellness Center updated
The Counseling, Health, and Wellness office received some updates over the summer. Reporter Leah Ash covers what’s new.
Priestwatching on campus: Who’s the new guy?
What happened to Fr. Stan, and who’s the new guy? Reporter Mason Glanville fills us in.
Unpopular Opinion: College doesn’t have to be the best time of your life
Story by: Jayden Jones, Columnist Photo courtesy of aesthetecurator.com It’s an interesting experience, talking to a high school senior. By interesting, I mean cringe-worthy. My least favorite thing about conversing with […]
Michigan Vape Ban: May Cause More Harm Than Good
Story by: Leah Ash, Columnist Photo courtesy of Canva Vaping has become a favored past time of teenagers nationally, to the point where it has become an issue. E-cigarettes were originally made […]
Fine dining on a budget: the college student’s guide
Reporter Abi Safago dishes up the recommendations.
Loving Taylor Swift’s “Lover”
Reporter Kelsey Dassance reviews Taylor Swift’s latest.
Germany takes on AQ with multitude of programs
Reporter Abi Safago covers the screening of “Oray” and other upcoming German events.
Cursive: A dying language
Story by Nalana La Framboise, Columnist Photo courtesy of Canva When I was in elementary school, I learned cursive. Quite honestly, just like all the other third graders, I wasn’t very good at […]