Jessica Bowen is not the first person who has tried to bring goats to a college campus, but she may be working the hardest to do it. The director of the Center for Sustainability at Aquinas College is partnering with the Grand Rapids Urban Agriculture Committee to change city ordinances that currently prohibit a herd of 10 goats from visiting campus to clear invasive species and overgrown areas.
Sports Editor Shane Lydon writes about the progress of the men’s lacrosse team.
Reporter Mackenzie Walters lets us in on the relatively new RSO CoHD.
Columnist Abigail Safago gives her thoughts on the mission trips and the best ways to show the impact that you’ve had on a community.
Bliss shared her journey to becoming the first female mayor of Grand Rapids — and the lessons she has learned while claiming that space — with Aquinas students and staff at the Donnelly Center.
Don’t miss out on this celebration of food from many cultures on March 27.
Sports Editor Shane Lydon writes on the latest update from the women’s tennis team.
Practices and games will all be canceled if campus is shut down due to weather. This includes both home and away games.
This Spring Break, many Aquinas students went on service learning trips. Opinion Intern Anna-JO Stuart reflects on her experience.
Aquinas recently received a grant for $11,695 from the Campus Sexual Assault Grant Program, created by outgoing Michigan First Lady Sue Snyder.
$1 million has been awarded to 22 Michigan colleges as a result of this grant program. The goal is to fund sexual assault prevention programming.