The Russian army initiated airstrikes in Syria starting on Wednesday, September 30, claiming to target the Islamic State, amid growing concerns in NATO that they are also operating against opposition parties in Syria who are not associated with IS but only trying to get rid of president Bashar al-Assad’s government.
Aquinas has recently developed a couple new academic programs, from both undergraduate degrees and graduate programs.
A new safety law in Grand Rapids Bicycle Community or why we should switch from cars to bikes.
It’s coming up on Fall 2015, and that means it’s almost a year until Election Day.
As an Associate Professor of the English Department and Humanities, Vicki McMillan is in high demand among many in the Aquinas community
Story by Chucky Blackmore, News Editor Photo courtesy of tuftsdaily.com Oftentimes we think about the things that make us different from one another as humans. Sometimes those differences create divisions among people, […]
Story by Adrianna Triche, Saint Reporter Photo courtesy of Abigale Racine Aquinas kicks of its homecoming week starting September 2 through 27. Unlike many schools that center football around their homecoming functions,Aquinas’s […]
Story by Darcy Vines, Staff Writer Photo Courtesy of Andris Visockis English professor Dr. Brent Chesley shared his sense of humor and latest project with students and faculty in a reading of […]
By Tamara Tiethoff, Saint Reporter Photo courtesy of MLive It is nearly impossible to miss the intricate mural hanging on the wall in our very own Grace Hauenstein Library. With only one […]
Story by Thomas Doetsch, Saint Reporter Photo Courtesy of Andris Visockis This past summer, the Aquinas community suffered a devastating loss, when sophomore Matthew Richardson unexpectedly passed away. News of this spread […]