Columnist, Alejandra Medina, gives her take on the highly popular gender reveal parties, and the dangerous extremes that some are going to.
Columnist Joi Adams argues that gift cards are a more than suitable present during the holiday season that can help to reduce stress.
You’ve probably heard the chimes that ring across campus at noon every day—where did they come from? Culture Editor Bridget Gibley fills us in.
Reporter Joi Adams shares the story of athlete Eunice Eyamba, a fifth-year student on Aquinas College’s track team.
Columnist, Olivia Sullivan, discusses how she believe Instagam’s new “likes” policy will decrease bullying and allow people to be themselves.
Managing Editor Ty Smith gives a recap of the Nov. 5 election results.
Funding for the Michigan Tuition Grant and the Competitive Scholarship was vetoed on September 30; the Aquinas community is working to protect it.
Managing Editor, Ty Smith, discusses conscience protection for people in the medical field, and the impact of conscience protection legislation.
Editor in Chief, Elizabeth Schoof, gives her take on toxic Thanksgiving arguments and what you should do about them.
Staff writer, Yashowanto Ghosh, has a creative take on how to make Daylight Savings a good thing in both the Fall and Spring.