News Archive - Aquinas College
Kyle Williams is now the academic coordinator for several athletic teams at Michigan State University.
The Grace Hauenstein Library Gallery and Study Space at Aquinas College welcomes a new exhibition this week– Holly Roberts: Photography Reimagined. Holly Roberts is a prolific artist blending paint and photography into surreal works of art that captivate the creativity and curiosity of viewers around...
For fifty years, Aquinas students and faculty have traveled a small Irish village called Tully Cross. Students, faculty and alumni took on the task of combining a selection of works written and created there into the book Where We Left Our Last Few Words: 50 Years in Tully Cross.
Aquinas College Storefront Unveiled at Karl and Susan Hascall Junior Achievement Finance Park® Ribbon Cutting
As the sole college represented in the JA Finance Park®, the Aquinas College Storefront will host thousands of 8th-12th grade students as they bolster their financial literacy skills.
This semester, Aquinas students in Dr. Satya Lendrum’s Intro to Women’s and Gender Studies course were paired with teenagers in Kent County who had previously been displaced from their home country.
Aquinas College President Alicia Córdoba and First Gentleman George Blanchet would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season. Please know how grateful and honored we are to be part of the Aquinas College family.
For the past three years, Aquinas Professor Mark O’Toole has assigned a special project to his fall classes. As they learn about the fundamentals of business, they also put those lessons into practice for a good cause: gathering donations for Mel Trotter Ministries, a nonprofit organization at the...
For the last 20 years, the Aquinas PAC has been home to not only productions by the Aquinas Theatre Department, but also Circle Theatre and the Catholic Secondary schools. In a collaboration unlike any in the country, these theatre organizations share space, support one another, and remind audiences...
Longer class periods in Aquinas’ block model pilot program mean students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in each subject. For this history class, that means they have time to visit the Grand Rapids Public Museum’s off-site collections and see the past up close.