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Faculty Spotlight: Mark Causapin, Math Professor November 04, 2016

New Math Professor Uses Broad Experience to Benefit Aquinas Long-time math professor Dr. Collin Ballance tirelessly crafted mathematics majors over the past few years, an initiative laid out by the Vision 2020: Truth and Charity strategic plan. But when he...

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Student Spotlight: Mary Brewer November 04, 2016

Above: The business major poses above Vilnius, Lithuania while on the Aquinas student pilgrimage to World Youth Day.  Mary Theresa Brewer, sophomore business major from Olive Branch, Mississippi, comes from a large family as the sixth of nine children. It’s...

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#SaintQuoteNovember by the Center for Catholic Education October 31, 2016

The Center for Catholic Education at Aquinas College presents #SaintQuoteNovember, a quote and picture each day of the month of November. Check our Twitter or Facebook feeds daily—or simply revisit this page—for the day’s quote. Learn more about the Center...

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It’s Here! — Siena Hall Move-In October 03, 2016

On Friday, September 30, the Aquinas College community—along with B.L. Harbert International—pitched in to move the new residents of Siena Hall into the brand-new residence hall. Enjoy these photos and video recap of the day’s activities. For those wishing to see...

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Student Spotlight: Tyler Ross September 16, 2016

Above: Tyler Ross poses at Roccasecca, the ancestral home of St. Thomas Aquinas, while on the AquinasAbroad trip to Italy in Winter 2016. Q&A with Tyler Ross Major: Theology major and philosophy minor Class Year: Anticipating graduation in May 2017...

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Community Spotlight: Forming the Teachers of the Faith September 15, 2016

Jason Gale, Director of the CFP Jason Gale, a native of Fredericksburg, Texas, joined Aquinas College as Director of the Catechist Formation Program (CFP) in the summer of 2015. Service to Nashville and Beyond Developed by the Dominican Sisters of St....

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Monumental Academic Year Underway September 15, 2016

The 2016-17 academic year commenced on Tuesday, September 6 with a slew of firsts. The new residents, most of whom will move in to brand-new Siena Hall at the end of this month, have traveled an average of 577 miles...

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Schools Welcome New Full Time Faculty September 12, 2016

Aquinas College welcomes five new faculty in full-time roles. School of Arts & Sciences Dr. Mark Causapin joins us as Assistant Professor of Mathematics. He holds master’s degrees and a doctorate in Math Education from Columbia University. Dr. Causapin was...

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Tolkien & Lewis: An Exhibit September 09, 2016

A collection of rare and unique memorabilia associated with the life and times of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien and their circle of friends opens at the library of Aquinas College in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, September 17,...

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Markers of Historic Nashville Family Found at Aquinas College August 25, 2016

News 2 Report: September 2 Historic Graves Found During Construction at Aquinas College Tennessean Report: September 1 Hidden cemetery at Aquinas College details early Nashville history Possible grave site uncovered during construction as school prepares to open new residence hall...

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