Aquinas College

Author Robin Hemley at Aquinas College

by (AQContemporaryW...)

Submitted 10-29-2012 under NONPROFITS

Robin Hemley has authored ten books of nonfiction and fiction.  His writing has been published in the U.S., Great Britain, Germany, Japan, the Philippines, Hong Kong (and elsewhere), and has been widely anthologized. His work has appeared in...

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Author Bonnie Jo Campbell to present free reading at Aquinas College

by (AQContemporaryW...)

Submitted 09-18-2012 under NONPROFITS

  Bonnie Jo Campbell will give a free reading as part of the Contemporary Writers Series at Aquinas College on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wege Ballroom. Campbell grew up on a small Michigan farm with her mother and...

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Youth Policy Summit on Great Lakes Water Resources held at Aquinas College

by (Allison Arnold)

Submitted 07-25-2012 under NEWS

This week, running July 22-28, the Keystone Center is hosting a Youth Policy Summit on Great Lakes Water Resources at Aquinas College. The program was offered to high school students from all over the country who are interested in learning the...

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Arrr, Matey! The GAAH Press Club reviews "Treasure Island"

by (Andy Angelo Pre...)

Submitted 07-06-2012 under NONPROFITS

For these reviews, the students were instructed to create a title for their review, do a brief summary of the play, and give their opinion. The Press Club also welcomes new reporter, Brian!   Antonio (Age 12) Jim Hawkins and his mother lived in...

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Protesters appear at farmers market: Whose labor dispute?

by (eschroeder)

Submitted 01-26-2012 under NEWS

Wednesday morning, at least thirty protesters carrying placards took to the street outside Fulton Street Farmers Market and marched. This is not the first time they have marched. This time they were silent, with placards that read: "...

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Aquinas College: The first 125 years

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 11-28-2011 under NONPROFITS

Dominican Center at Marywood is hosting a free lecture and book signing tonight from 6:30-7:30 p.m., featuring local professor and author Gary Eberle. The topic is his newest publication, Aquinas College: The First 125 Years, which explores the bold...

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Haunted Holmdene Manor and the history of Aquinas College

by (Grand Rapids Hi...)

Submitted 09-29-2011 under NONPROFITS

With Halloween fast approaching, what better time to spend an evening learning about spooky haunted places in Grand Rapids -- or at least the stories that helped earn them that reputation?  A presentation woven with stories about ghosts,...

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Germany Rising: local scholar presents on Germany’s economic turn around

by (jeffcrafter)

Submitted 02-28-2011 under NEWS

The World Affairs Council of West Michigan and several local academic institutions hosted the third Great Decisions Foreign Policy Lecture Series last Monday evening at Aquinas College’s Fine Arts Center. The lecture was presented by Dr....

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Expert on world affairs details "New World Order" to Great Decisions Foreign Policy Series

by (jeffcrafter)

Submitted 02-18-2011 under NEWS

The Great Decisons Foreign Policy Series, co-presented by the World Affairs Council of Western Michigan and a cadre of local academic institutions, features weekly presentations by various experts on world affairs. The series, now in it's second...

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Hits and Messes: World Affairs Council presents Great Decisions lecture series

by (jeffcrafter)

Submitted 02-11-2011 under NEWS

The Great Decisions foreign policy lecture series at Aquinas College features speakers from multiple disciplines speaking on topics from the cutting edge in the fast-changing realm of world affairs. The series, presented annually, is...

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