News editor Zach Avery tracks the timeline of a hate crime that occurred on Aquinas College grounds, involving transfer student Raymond King.
A conversation with our Provost, Dr. Stephen Germic
Editor-in-chief Elizabeth Walztoni opens a discussion with Aquinas’ new provost: Dr. Stephen Germic.
COVID responses from three different universities
Leah Ash gives an update on COVID-19 cases and policies at nearby colleges and at Aquinas.
Murder Mystery and Worldly Lessons: Patron Saints of Nothing should be your next read
Staff Writer Leah Ash gives a review of the Randy Ribay’s book “Patron Saints of Nothing.”
Students sound off on COVID-19: interviews from an athlete, intern, and online student
Reporter Kat Steel interviews three students about their views on the way COVID-19 has affected their academic and athletic careers.
Five historical Hispanic figures you should know about
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, reporter Kira Vander Molen highlights five exceptional Hispanic figures that everyone should know.
A student’s COVID-19 quarantine story
Reporter Kathryn Steele details a student’s experience in on-campus quarantine after exposure to COVID-19.
Women’s Studies Center hosts “Running in Silence” author Rachel Steil
The Women’s Studies Center plans to host Aquinas alum and eating disorder activist Rachel Steil to Zoom for a virtual talk on her work “Running in Silence.”
Fighting racism in Hollywood
Reporter Anna Johns discusses racism in Hollywood in light of John Boyega’s honesty about his experience filming on Star Wars.
Performances in a pandemic: AQ Theatre’s fall productions
Writer Yashowanto N. Ghosh discloses all the details on AQ Theatre’s virtual fall productions of Antigone and One of Our Own.