News Editor Ellie Youngs summarizes the contents of President Biden’s 2023 State of the Union address.
The importance of news in our busy lives
Editor-in-chief Kirsten Fedorowicz talks about why paying attention to the news is an empathetic act.
Respect the dignity of migrants: American rhetoric, violence and the border
“The dignity of every person exists before politics, and should be recognized in foreign policy by ridding it of the fearful rhetoric promoted by the current administration. “
Food for thought: stay in your lane
Columnist Esperanza gives her thoughts on the NRA’s “Stay in Your Lane” tweet and what it means for doctors.
Proposal 2: AQ Alumnae making waves across Michigan
One of the ballot initiatives that passed in Michigan was led by Aquinas alumni! Culture Editor Bridget Gibley has more.
RSO spotlight: Aquinas Republicans and Democrats
AQ Democrats and AQ Republicans are two RSOs that focus on issues related to their political parties.
Aquinas alums and professor fight against gerrymandering
Dr. Molly Patterson is a Professor of Political Science here at Aquinas College who is part of a statewide effort to make gerrymandering illegal.
From Grand Rapids to Tully Cross
Opinion Editor and study abroad student Sam Bell shares her experiences in Ireland so far.
Who to blame for the Flint water crisis
The people must always be questioning and challenging their government.