Story by: Leah Ash, Columnist Photo courtesy of Canva Vaping has become a favored past time of teenagers nationally, to the point where it has become an issue. E-cigarettes were originally made […]
Although ArtPrize is taking a break this year, Reporter Abi Safago fills you in on what art will be lining the streets this fall.
Reporter Esperanza Garcia gives her thoughts on the legalization of marijuana and the impact it will have on our state.
Michigan voted to legalize recreational marijuana use on Tuesday, Nov. 6, making it the 10th U.S. state to do so.
Many of us may have heard that the Great Lakes region has the most secure future in the face of climate change — a comforting idea to accept, but an incorrect one, as outlined by the National Climate Assessment report released in 2014.
The passage of Proposal 2 would create a commission of randomly-selected citizens that would reassign district boundaries every 10 years in accordance with population data from the U.S. Census.
The upcoming races will set the tone for years to come at every level of government.
Student Senate recently passed a resolution urging the administration to stop purchasing single-use water bottles. If the administration acts on this, Aquinas would be the first college in Michigan to do so.
Opinion Editor and study abroad student Sam Bell shares her experiences in Ireland so far.
“While some students bemoan the inconvenience of construction, it is perhaps worth taking the time to consider the new chapel as it will be: a safe place of worship in the heart of campus.”