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.”
The HerStory Speaker Series is providing an invaluable opportunity for students to hear the stories of women in the Aquinas community. Sr. Maureen expressed the need to grow together to create a better world; the opportunity to listen to these unique stories helps us to grow together as a community at Aquinas.
“Homecoming weekend seems like a few days of parties, noise, sports, exuberance. This can’t be denied, but those are just the events that pass on the surface. Underneath is a great love and excitement for the people you miss, and that is what truly matters.” Reporter Anna Schlutt reflects on homecoming weekend.
The AQ Believe Team engaged us all in important conversation throughout the week of April 9-13. However, it is up to us to keep the conversation going.
Culture Editor Bridget Gibley talked with Provost Barrows about the adjustments to the academic calendar. The changes will be seen this upcoming year.
The forum will be held on Feb. 15 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Registration is requested.
“When Rottschafer began her college career, she was unsure about majoring in Spanish but was determined to become fluent. She ultimately decided to study both Spanish and history as a way to enter the fields of anthropology and archaeology.”