A tornado warning was issued on September 11th, catching campus by surprise. Opinion Editor Anna-Jo Stuart reports.
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.
Aquinas College Mourns Toni Morrison’s Passing
Story by Elizabeth Walztoni, News Editor Photo courtesy Getty Images Toni Morrison, the esteemed American novelist, Nobel Prize winner and New York Times bestseller, passed away on August 5, 2019. Her work […]
Aquinas College questions the future of its sustainability initiatives
What is the college’s future in sustainability? Elizabeth Walztoni and Anna Schlutt report.
Theatre professor Randy Wyatt leaves Aquinas
Popular AQ Theatre Director and Associate professor Randy Wyatt is leaving the Aquinas stage for new opportunities.
The fear of measles: why Aquinas has been warned
Reporter Abi Safago explains why Aquinas students received an email about measles and vaccinations.
Elizabeth Flores becomes new registrar, other changes in the department
With the retirement of Cecelia Mesler, Elizabeth Flores is set to become the new registrar.
Mary crowning revitalized after grove renovation
Aquinas has revived May crownings as part of a mission to enrich the on-campus Catholic identity.