Reporter Meridian Pearson considers the impact your major actually has on your career
Do we need the literary canon?
Reporter Yashowanto Ghosh considers a classic dilemma over which books we really should be reading
What’s so bad about being a know-it-all?
Opinion Editor Jayden Jones argues that caring about your classes is pretty cool
Homecoming court to be replaced with AQ Top Saints
Opinion Editor Jayden Jones discusses the latest change to this year’s homecoming weekend
“Fake it ‘till you make it”: Does it really work?
Opinion Editor Jayden Jones critiques the popular phrase and mentality
Should parents be allowed at graduation?
Should parents be allowed at this year’s commencement ceremony? Staff Writer Anna Johns gives her opinion, as well as offers suggestions for some ways to safely celebrate such an important milestone.
Wellness days: Waste of time or saving grace?
During the recent faculty assembly, students brought their concerns about mental health on campus to the attention of the staff. Reporter Lila Leticia weighs in on what the implications of this discussion can mean for students and answers the question: Is the college experience really all about finding a career? Or could it be about more than that?
On-campus housing: Community or money trap?
As the housing application deadline for the coming year approaches, reporter Lila Leticia weighs in about Aquinas’ requirement that all students must life on campus for a minimum of three years.
The Cost of Justice: Rick Snyder and the Flint Water Crisis
Reporter Tessa Schutt shares the latest on the ongoing class-action lawsuit against former Gov. Rick Snyder
Double masking: should it become part of our daily life?
Reporter Leah Ash discusses the CDC’s recent recommendation that double masking can prove to be more effective in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus as well as its implications for herself and the AQ community as a whole.