One thing you might miss out on if you go to a small, private, liberal arts school instead of a larger university is the chance to watch active writers read from their work. Poet Linda Nemec Foster (’72) remembered lacking that experience when she was at Aquinas College, so she and her husband, Dr. Tony Foster (’73), worked to start the college’s Contemporary Writers Series in 1997.
Check out this exhibit celebrating the B.F.A. program’s graduating class.
Staff Writer Veronica Burns tells us about the ever happy Cat Shaw, AQ sophomore, artist, and all around busy bee.
Reporter Miranda Russo gives us her perspective on the pieces that make up ArtPrize 8.
Managing Intern Madison Wilder talks about her love of ArtPrize, and why everyone else should give it a chance too.
Staff Writer Tom Doetsch fills us in on the mystery and talent that is junior Cordell Chester.
Poet and artist Clarence Major opens up this year’s Contemporary Writers Series, a staple to AQ for twenty years.
Reporter Bridget Giblet gives a recap of the Eastown Streetfair.
Sophomore AQ student Bailey Gulch can add ArtPrize to her resume as she submits her piece “Luminious” this year.
Story by Valentina Garcia, Staff Writer Photo courtesy of AQ Theatre This past week, the Aquinas College Theatre Department put on another outstanding performance. You may have found yourself caught up […]