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University welcomes new faculty members

Lauren Gallagher Staff Writer The University started the 2016-2017 school year off with an abundance of new faces to the community. Students, faculty, and staff welcomed 16 new full-time faculty…

Budget Breakdown: Closer look at University spending

Frank Lesnefsky Staff Writer With over 5,000 students and tuition costs exceeding $40,000, The University handles over $200 million in revenue each year and students are often unsure of how…

Students experience poverty simulation

Catherine Moscatt Staff Writer University students participated in a poverty simulation hosted by the Center for Service and Social Justice on Saturday. “The poverty simulation is not a game” explained…

Flag raising ceremony celebrates Commons construction completion

Flag raising ceremony celebrates Commons construction completion

Mohammed Truitt Staff Writer The University held a ceremony for the recently completed construction project near the Weinberg Memorial Library on Monday. The project cost an estimated $1.597 Million, and…

Search continues for new president

Steven Deprimo News Co-Editor The University, along with search firm Storbeck Pimentel, held an open student lunch forum to discuss the search for a new University president on Oct. 12.…

Editorial

Dear Campus Community, We would like to address standards of our publication that have caused confusion as of late. Everything The Aquinas publishes is the responsibility of its editors. It…

Athlete Spotlight: Catherine Manning

Calvin Ralph Sports Correspondent Junior Catherine Manning led the volleyball team with 10 kills in Saturday’s match against Goucher to capture the team’s first Landmark Conference win of the season.…

Men’s tennis team ends fall season

LUKE KROPP News Co-Editor Charles Swope put on an incredible show Wednesday, fighting until the very last serve of his match and the final volley of the men’s tennis team’s…

Men’s soccer team looks to repeat success

RYAN DISDIER Sports Co-Editor The University’s men’s soccer team entered this season with lofty expectations to meet. Last year’s team reached the summit of the proverbial mountain, obtaining the Landmark…

Women’s soccer continues to shine

JILL WALL Sports Co-Editor The University’s women’s soccer team is on a six game winning streak after defeating Elizabethtown College Saturday with a dominant score of 5-0. The team now…