Naomi Shihab Nye is the final author to be featured in the current season of the Contemporary Writers series.
The Women’s March on Aquinas was sponsored by the Jane Hibbard Idema Women’s Studies Center and allowed for the community to come together.
Missed Dr. Anne Curzan’s lecture? Staff Writer Elizabeth Schoof provides an overview.
“I don’t want to say this isn’t a chance for dialogue. I just felt like it was a lost chance for dialogue, and for people to share their experiences. I didn’t want to invalidate these peoples’ narratives, because there is validity in this path for a lot of people. I just think that the way it was handled by administration was very insensitive,” Senior Emma Wonsil said. Protests occurred during the Catholic Studies Dept. showing of the film “Desire of the Everlasting Hills.”
Latin Fest 2017 consisted of saying thank you to President Olivarez and growing through Elizabeth Acevedo’s poetry. Reporter Alyssa Noch provides an overview.
The four presidential candidates recently visited campus. The Board of Trustees has selected a candidate, but an announcement won’t be made until early April.
Hailey Jack is a first-year student involved in math club and AQPB. “It’s really fun to plan events that my friends can go to and where I can help other people have fun, too.”
Poet, memoirist, fiction writer and literary activist Luis J. Rodriguez captivated the audience with the truth he shared on Feb. 22 for the Contemporary Writers Series.
Missed Provost Barrows’ briefing on the general education requirement changes? Culture Intern Bridget Gibley provides a recap.
A video of the briefing, and the PowerPoint used, can be found on The Moose.
Student Senate recently passed a resolution urging the administration to stop purchasing single-use water bottles. If the administration acts on this, Aquinas would be the first college in Michigan to do so.