For this week’s Throwback Thursday, Anna-Jo Stuart takes us back to the 80s with “Big.”
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Sports Editor Shane Lydon takes us through the women’s volleyball’s time at the national championship in Sioux City, Iowa.
On December 12, Aquinas featured a bilingual mass to celebrate Our Lady Guadalupe. Campus Ministry hopes to have more bilingual masses in the future.
“The epic struggle between these two sides is anything but holly and jolly.” Sam Stevenson gives his opinion about when the best time to start listening to Christmas music.
AQ Theatre ran “The Illusionist from December 6-9. Culture Editor Bridget Gibley writes about the magical and delightful show.
Tullycross, the rural Irish village that hosts Aquinas’ Study Away program, was recently awarded a grant for 2 million U.S. dollars from Ireland’s Rural Regeneration and Development fund.
“The dignity of every person exists before politics, and should be recognized in foreign policy by ridding it of the fearful rhetoric promoted by the current administration. “
The San Ysidro port of entry already had a list of 3,000 migrants awaiting their asylum claims to be processed when the migrants arrived, and the center was processing fewer than 100 claims a day, according to the Associated Press.
Catch the last art exhibit of 2018 in the AMC until December 14.
The Board of Trustees recently approved a 4 percent increase in tuition rates and a 2.9 percent increase in the cost of room and board. This increase follows the trend of public and private schools across the country, in keeping with rising inflation and the rising cost of running any well-maintained, technologically up-to-date institution.