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.”
Student’s Guide to Refunds for Room and Board
News Intern Max Cook discussed what students should expect for Room and Board refunds.
“Slay the Dragon” documentary screening brings programming online
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.
As recycling services are suspended across the country, how do we stay sustainable?
Kent County has halted its recycling program; staff writer Anna Schlutt explores ways to stay sustainable.
Views of vacancy: how the pandemic affects college life
Staff Writer Anna Schlutt provides photos of Aquinas during the COVID-19 closure.
Dr. Steve Germic announced as new provost of Aquinas College
Dr. Steve Germic will become the new provost of Aquinas College in July, marking the end of a months-wide nationwide search to replace Dr. Stephen Barrows.
Communities step up to keep people fed during the COVID-19 crisis
Throughout the Grand Rapids area, organizations are providing food and resources to those suffering from business closures as a result of COVID-19. Staff Writer Anna Schlutt provides more details on what organizations are offering and how to help.
COVID-19 and Campus Services
News Intern Max Cook covers the impact that COVID-19 has had on Campus Services.
Opinion Editor Anna-JO Stuart and Editor in Chief Elizabeth Schoof cover the details of COVID-19 and its impact on the Aquinas community.
LGBTQ door decor sparks tension
In early February, controversy arose around a series of LGBTQ door decorations in Regina Hall. Reporter Erin Dwan fills us in on what’s being done to resolve the situation.