Sister Mary Sarah Galbraith, O.P. introduces the progress Aquinas College has made in the fall of 2014.
Joseph Pearce, Director of the Center for Faith & Culture, attempts to define culture and its peculiarity to man. Towards a definition of Culture.
Aquinas student Sister Delia Grace Haikala, O.P. recounts the blessing of the Corpus Christi Adoration Chapel, including a history of the pious practice.
The Vision 2020: Truth & Charity strategic plan outlines the need for study abroad programs. These are excerpts from the blog of a study abroad pilot group who traveled to Bracciano, Italy.
Daniel K. Donnelly, Ph.D. writes about the benefit of collegiate athletics. The College plans to reintroduce athletics as a part of its strategic plan.
In the Dominican Tradition
The Dominic & the Living Word weekly email reflection on the gospels has proven very popular, promoting Dominican spirituality both on campus and worldwide.
The careful, yet driven steps to transform the physical plant of Aquinas College, as outlined in the ambitious Vision 2020: Truth & Charity strategic plan.
School of Education
The Center for Catholic Education's director, Sister Elizabeth Anne Alle, O.P., explains how the center is fulfilling a critical need in a critical time for the Church.
Highlighting the accomplishment of Aquinas faculty since last summer.
School of Business
The Dean of Business at Aquinas College explains how the school provides students a value while instilling the virtue needed for future business leaders.
School of Nursing
An innovative community poplulation-centered Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) received approval from the Tennessee Board of Nursing in December 2014.
News briefs from Aquinas College, June–December 2014.
IGNITE: The Campaign for Aquinas College represents the first comprehensive fundraising campaign in the 53 year history of the College.
Alumni & Friends
Rachel Leach, Director of Alumni Relations, addresses alumni in the Winter 2015 Aquinas College Magazine.
Alumni & Friends
Life Teen missionary Chris Ackerman ('12, Theology) is thankful for his Aquinas education. He is currently on mission in Ferguson, Missouri.
Aquinas College has been active on social media networks for several years, following the Church's call to use them as tools in the New Evangelization.
Remembering those our friends who have passed on between June and December 2014.