Reporter Macayla Jones discusses whether she would rather live without flannel or pumpkin spice.
Story by Kait Goodenough, Reporter Photos courtesy of aqsaints.com The Aquinas Women’s Volleyball team came out victorious in their home matches against UNOH and Indiana Tech. this past weekend. With these wins […]
Reporter Anna-Jo Stuart discusses her thoughts on banning books in schools.
The HerStory Speaker Series is providing an invaluable opportunity for students to hear the stories of women in the Aquinas community. Sr. Maureen expressed the need to grow together to create a better world; the opportunity to listen to these unique stories helps us to grow together as a community at Aquinas.
Three proposals will appear on the Michigan ballot on Nov. 6. These proposals have the potential to directly impact anyone living in Michigan.
” The ITF needs to make a decision, is it going to allow both men and women to be more emotional on the court, or is it going to equally enforce the rules in both the male and female matches?” Reporter Anna-Jo Stuart gives her thoughts on Serena Williams and the way the ITF has treated her.
“Nobody cares that you burn your shoes – except people without them.” Reporter AJ Atwater gives his thoughts on the most recent Nike protests.
” If my friend sent me something that I absolutely loved, or thought was so funny I wanted to cry, a GIF would be perfectly appropriate.” Reporter Mackenzie Walters gives her thoughts on the use of GIFs in comparison to Memes.
“One of the many wonderful attributes of Aquinas, and what seems to be the unwritten fifth pillar of the College, is sustainability.” Reporter Brooklyn Waggoner talks about some special things happening in celebration of Earth Day, and how to apply these every day.
Opinion Intern Elizabeth Schoof discusses the importance of trigger warnings.