“AQ Believe as a group and its events are important because, as long as sexual assault and harassment still happens on this campus, there has to be an effort to eradicate it.”
Elizabeth Walztoni writes on the latest Contemporary Writers event, which featured fiction writer and journalist Desiree Cooper.
One of the ballot initiatives that passed in Michigan was led by Aquinas alumni! Culture Editor Bridget Gibley has more.
Michigan voted to legalize recreational marijuana use on Tuesday, Nov. 6, making it the 10th U.S. state to do so.
The Aquinas College Advantage Center is offering new opportunities for students with an exciting additional study abroad destination. Now, students can travel to London through our connected institution, St. Mary’s University. Seven students are studying there currently.
Article by Jayden Jones, Reporter On Wednesday October 17 at 3 p.m. AQ Student Senate convened in JLH 215. Senators first heard from Kevin Kwiatkowski of Campus Safety, who provided a review […]
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.