Award winning astrophysicist and TED Senior Fellow Dr. Jedidah Isler will be welcomed to campus on Oct. 30, the day students return from mid-term break.
Gerrymandering is the intentional redrawing of voting districts to produce a particular election outcome. Those involved in anti-gerrymandering efforts at Aquinas hope belief in democracy’s integrity and effectiveness can be reinvigorated.
Efforts to keep students safe include Campus Safety increasing their presence on campus.
Klarie is a junior whose involvements include Campus Ministry and cheerleading, among many other things.
During a groundbreaking ceremony held in the morning of Sept. 21, work symbolically began on Aquinas College’s newest high profile project: a $32 million renovation and expansion of the Albertus Magnus Hall of Science.
Reporter Kaela Rae Frailing talks with President Quinn about the impact of the “Contributing to More” campaign. It is the first ever campaign of its kind in the college’s history.
Six Aquinas students set out to serve the residents of Lake County.
One thing you might miss out on if you go to a small, private, liberal arts school instead of a larger university is the chance to watch active writers read from their work. Poet Linda Nemec Foster (’72) remembered lacking that experience when she was at Aquinas College, so she and her husband, Dr. Tony Foster (’73), worked to start the college’s Contemporary Writers Series in 1997.
AQ Democrats and AQ Republicans are two RSOs that focus on issues related to their political parties.
“Engagement is active,” Allie Markland said, “Being engaged isn’t just showing up and being entertained by someone. It’s plugging in and taking ownership of that experience.” Campus Life was renamed Student Leadership and Engagement over the summer.