News editor Zach Avery tracks the timeline of a hate crime that occurred on Aquinas College grounds, involving transfer student Raymond King.
Editor-in-chief Elizabeth Walztoni opens a discussion with Aquinas’ new provost: Dr. Stephen Germic.
Leah Ash gives an update on COVID-19 cases and policies at nearby colleges and at Aquinas.
Reporter Kathryn Steele details a student’s experience in on-campus quarantine after exposure to COVID-19.
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.”
News Intern Max Cook discussed what students should expect for Room and Board refunds.
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.
Staff Writer Anna Schlutt provides photos of Aquinas during the COVID-19 closure.
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.