The many sustainability initiatives on campus have been supplemented in the last several years by the Green Revolving Fund (GRF), a unique source of backing for projects suggested by the Aquinas College community.
Any place you go on campus is likely to have a surprising story in its past, and the Aquinas College Historical Commission is on a mission to share those stories.
Severe winter weather shut down the campus on Thursday, Feb. 7 when the event was to happen.
The Fulton Manor Holland Home, perhaps best known by Aquinas students as the large building across the street from Family Fare, will be fulfilling a new purpose this year.
Hundreds gathered at Calder Plaza on Jan. 19 to participate in the 2019 Grand Rapids Women’s March. The local march — organized by Raina Cook — gave local women an opportunity to share their experiences and invited those in attendance to join the work of community organizations.
Mary Robinson, the seventh president of Ireland, held office from 1990-1997. After leaving Office, she served as the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights, a UN special Envoy for climate change, and a founding member of The Elders.
Grand Rapids has recently begun to develop urban agriculture initiatives throughout the city, trying to increase access to locally grown, sustainable produce.
A wide variety of women participate — from recent graduates to stay-at-home mothers and even Dominican sisters — and they are encouraged to interact in whatever ways they may need, be that at formal events or personal meetings.
“You better watch out” — this time of year is notorious for online “Secret Sister” gift exchange scams.
“AQ Believe as a group and its events are important because, as long as sexual assault and harassment still happens on this campus, there has to be an effort to eradicate it.”