Columnist Olivia Sullivan discusses how she has been adjusting to online learning throughout the course of this pandemic.
A documentary starring Aquinas alumna Katie Fahey and her efforts to end gerrymandering in Michigan was screened online, bringing a new dimension to community engagement.
Kent County has halted its recycling program; staff writer Anna Schlutt explores ways to stay sustainable.
COVID-19 has caused a huge disturbance to many high school, college and professional sports seasons. With a majority of the spring 2020 sport seasons canceled or postponed, what can we do to satisfy our competitive nature and love of sports? Sports Editor
Anna Johns recommends “Derry Girls” for your next Netflix pick.
Opinion Editor reviews “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,” available to stream on Hulu.
“I am genuinely just telling everyone to watch it so that I don’t have to go through the experience of having seen it alone. I just feel like everyone and no one should watch this.”
Staff Writer Esperanza Garcia gives her thoughts on Netflix’s latest hit.
Sports Intern Lorenzo Serrato covers the story of two Aquinas Baseball players who have been featured in the new MLB TikTok video.
“‘Colores’ is a bright, powerful album. It is a dramatic and irresistible call to movement, self-expression, and passion. If each track doesn’t make you want to get up and dance, you’re doing something wrong.”
Opinion Intern Jayden Jones reviews J Balvin’s album “Colores.”
Sports Intern Lorenzo Serrato discusses a bit about the benefits of being in Grand Rapids when looking for internships and careers focused on athletics.