Dr. Steve Germic will become the new provost of Aquinas College in July, marking the end of a months-wide nationwide search to replace Dr. Stephen Barrows.
Communities step up to keep people fed during the COVID-19 crisis
Throughout the Grand Rapids area, organizations are providing food and resources to those suffering from business closures as a result of COVID-19. Staff Writer Anna Schlutt provides more details on what organizations are offering and how to help.
Celebrities: A new disease?
Staff Writer Esperanza Garcia discusses the ways in which wealth distribution can impact the sense of unity among Americans during this trying time.
COVID-19 and Campus Services
News Intern Max Cook covers the impact that COVID-19 has had on Campus Services.
Opinion Editor Anna-JO Stuart and Editor in Chief Elizabeth Schoof cover the details of COVID-19 and its impact on the Aquinas community.
Streaming Services: For Better or Worse
Columnist Lindsay Grover discusses how streaming services, and the impact that has had on how we consume media.
Unpopular Opinion: Pop Falls Flat
Columnist Olivia Sullivan, writes about the reasons why she, unlike most Americans, dislikes soda.
LGBTQ door decor sparks tension
In early February, controversy arose around a series of LGBTQ door decorations in Regina Hall. Reporter Erin Dwan fills us in on what’s being done to resolve the situation.
Athlete spotlight: Grayson Harding
Reporter Kat Steel covers Grayson Harding’s record breaking season.
A High School of Hate: Saline Alumnus Reflects on Her Time There
Opinion Editor Anna-JO Stuart reflects on her experiences at Saline High School in light of recent events that have brought the school into the national news spotlight.