“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.
“This year the Summer Scholars and Mohler-Thompson grants supported researchers in nine different disciplines, and several students participated in other off-campus opportunities.”
“I wanted the small college atmosphere, and I wanted to work with students and colleagues who saw something more than just getting the education,” Dr. Linda Hagan said. “When I saw the job posting, something just spoke to me, that I wanted to be here, and that I belonged.”
“the Intoxicated Driving Experience has been a popular event for the roughly ten years that it has been going on.”
“One of the many wonderful attributes of Aquinas, and what seems to be the unwritten fifth pillar of the College, is sustainability.” Reporter Brooklyn Waggoner talks about some special things happening in celebration of Earth Day, and how to apply these every day.
The AQ Believe Team engaged us all in important conversation throughout the week of April 9-13. However, it is up to us to keep the conversation going.
“Poet and documentary filmmaker Levi Romero will be on campus Wednesday, April 11 for the fourth and final event of the twenty-second season of the Contemporary Writers Series.”
On March 14, Student Senate sponsored a community forum at which President Kevin Quinn, Provost Stephen Barrows and Brian Matzke, associate vice president for student affairs, were present to answer questions or concerns about Aquinas.