During the recent faculty assembly, students brought their concerns about mental health on campus to the attention of the staff. Reporter Lila Leticia weighs in on what the implications of this discussion can mean for students and answers the question: Is the college experience really all about finding a career? Or could it be about more than that?
On-campus housing: Community or money trap?
As the housing application deadline for the coming year approaches, reporter Lila Leticia weighs in about Aquinas’ requirement that all students must life on campus for a minimum of three years.
Three myths about mental illness and how to bust them
In celebration of World Mental Health Day, Opinion Editor Jayden Jones shares three common misconceptions about mental illness and what we can do to erase the stigma around mental illness.
Students sound off on COVID-19: interviews from an athlete, intern, and online student
Reporter Kat Steel interviews three students about their views on the way COVID-19 has affected their academic and athletic careers.
100 things to do around AQ
The Saint staff presents a list of a hundred things to do around Aquinas before you graduate!
RSO spotlight: Aquinas Republicans and Democrats
AQ Democrats and AQ Republicans are two RSOs that focus on issues related to their political parties.
Plugging in: Student Leadership and Engagement and its new Director, Allie Markland
“Engagement is active,” Allie Markland said, “Being engaged isn’t just showing up and being entertained by someone. It’s plugging in and taking ownership of that experience.” Campus Life was renamed Student Leadership and Engagement over the summer.