Aquinas College

Catalyst Radio: Interviewing World Affairs Council of Western Michigan

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Submitted 01-26-2018 under NONPROFITS

Host Cindy Kamp speaks with Erica Kubik from the World Affairs Council of Western Michigan's Great Decisions 2018 discussion series at Aquinas College and Calvin College.

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German band EINSHOCH6 on U.S. tour, will perform at Aquinas on November 1

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Submitted 10-18-2017 under NONPROFITS

The German band EINSHOCH6 will bring their unique mix of hip-hop and classical music to the U.S. with a tour this fall, Das Bandtagebuch mit EINSHOCH6. The US Tour 2017: German Hip Hop meets Classical. Originally from Munich, Germany, the band...

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Institute for Global Education hosts Week of Peace events

by (IGE)

Submitted 09-19-2017 under NONPROFITS

In these rather frightening times many people are looking for ways to find peace. The Institute for Global Education from its office on Wealthy Street has been a non-partisan beacon for justice and peace in Grand Rapids for 37 years. For the last...

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Aquinas College and the need for more LGBTQIA inclusivity: Part two

by (mariahcaitlin)

Submitted 04-07-2017 under NEWS

Aquinas Alumnus Brittany Devon and Tyler Clark shared their reactions to the film and the need for a more inclusive campus for all.   Brittany Devon shares that, “As an alumnus, I feel there is a gap between Aquinas' inclusion with...

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Aquinas College and the need for more LGBTQIA inclusivity

by (mariahcaitlin)

Submitted 04-04-2017 under NEWS

Last month at Aquinas College, there was a viewing of the film "Desire of the Everlasting Hills:" an anti-LGBTQIA movie which highlights celibacy as the only appropriate lifestyle for LGBTQIA identifying individuals. I interviewed Emma...

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"Mr. Burns": Actors' Theatre imagines life after the apocalypse

by (Actors' Theatre)

Submitted 09-17-2016 under NONPROFITS

Actors’ Theatre of Grand Rapids opens its ambitious 36th season with a dark comedy that the New York Times called “so smart it makes your head spin” — Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play by Anne Washburn. The play premiered in...

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Ribbons and Bows Holiday Arts and Crafts Show

by (peninsular1)

Submitted 07-25-2016 under

It's amost that time of year once again for holiday festivities and gift giving. Thinking about those special people on your shopping list? From mitten and quilts to jewelry and pottery and everything else in between our show is collection of...

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Care of God's Creation: The Greening of Catholicism with Dr. Robert Marko

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Submitted 06-02-2015 under

The seventh theme of Catholic Social Teaching symbolizes an advance in official teaching on the environment. This theme offers us a "human ecology" where material nature is inhabited and seen as a gift of the Creator.  Dr. Marko will...

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Evita opens summer season at Circle Theatre with spectacularly entertaining performance

by (Burton Kroes)

Submitted 05-09-2015 under OPINION

Thursday’s opening of Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice’s "Evita" opened the summer season at the Circle Theatre. With almost a full house in an extremely intimate setting, the night provided everything "Evita" could...

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Poet Gregory Orr To Speak at Aquinas' Contemporary Writers Series

by (ELarson)

Submitted 09-11-2014 under

On September 17, the Aquinas College Contemporary Writers Series presents poet and award-winning writer Gregory Orr. A master of short, lyric free verse, Orr is the author of eleven collections of poetry. His most recent volumes include: The...

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