In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, reporter Kira Vander Molen highlights five exceptional Hispanic figures that everyone should know.
How to handle quarantine: trying out various coping strategies
Reporter Leah Ash shares her success trying various quarantine survival techniques.
TikTok: here to stay?
Reporter Anna Johns gives her take on the wildly popular social media platform and if it will stand the test of time.
Reality TV: an acceptable form of entertainment or just pure garbage?
Reporter Anna Johns weighs in on the validity of America’s reality TV obsession.
Student’s Guide to Refunds for Room and Board
News Intern Max Cook discussed what students should expect for Room and Board refunds.
Quarantine and Conspiracies
Columnist Olivia Sullivan discusses the popularity of conspiracies during this time of Coronavirus and the impact this has on society.
Finding a New Normal with Distance Learning
Columnist Olivia Sullivan discusses how she has been adjusting to online learning throughout the course of this pandemic.
“Slay the Dragon” documentary screening brings programming online
A documentary starring Aquinas alumna Katie Fahey and her efforts to end gerrymandering in Michigan was screened online, bringing a new dimension to community engagement.
As recycling services are suspended across the country, how do we stay sustainable?
Kent County has halted its recycling program; staff writer Anna Schlutt explores ways to stay sustainable.
Standing together: The Class of 2020
Editor-in-Chief, Elizabeth Schoof discusses the losses that college students are enduring this time and how graduating seniors next steps are being altered by our current experiences.