Many of us may have heard that the Great Lakes region has the most secure future in the face of climate change — a comforting idea to accept, but an incorrect one, as outlined by the National Climate Assessment report released in 2014.
The passage of Proposal 2 would create a commission of randomly-selected citizens that would reassign district boundaries every 10 years in accordance with population data from the U.S. Census.
The upcoming races will set the tone for years to come at every level of government.
“We’re the first Michigan college to have this type of system,” said Zenon Cardenas Jr., Aquinas’s Emergency Management Coordinator. The app was officially released on Sept. 30.
The HerStory Speaker Series is providing an invaluable opportunity for students to hear the stories of women in the Aquinas community. Sr. Maureen expressed the need to grow together to create a better world; the opportunity to listen to these unique stories helps us to grow together as a community at Aquinas.
Three proposals will appear on the Michigan ballot on Nov. 6. These proposals have the potential to directly impact anyone living in Michigan.
Novelist Brendan Kiely read from his latest book, “Tradition,” and spoke at the first event of the 2018–2019 Aquinas College Contemporary Writers Series on Thursday, Sept. 27.
“Homecoming weekend seems like a few days of parties, noise, sports, exuberance. This can’t be denied, but those are just the events that pass on the surface. Underneath is a great love and excitement for the people you miss, and that is what truly matters.” Reporter Anna Schlutt reflects on homecoming weekend.
“The new goal of CORE is to bring about a change in the Aquinas community. This involves making students aware of the department’s variety of services, as well as making use of them.”
“Writing for young adults, Kiely has — in his recent work — addressed contemporary problems such as sexism and white supremacy.” Kiely will read from his work on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wege Ballroom.