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The Big Payback: a Day of Giving Back to Middle Tennessee April 14, 2016

Aquinas College Participating in The Big Payback The Big Payback, Tennessee’s 3rd Annual Giving Day, Encourages Middle Tennesseans to Give Local and Support Nonprofits during 24-Hour Campaign Aquinas College is participating in The Big Payback, a region-wide, 24-hour online giving...

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Aquinas Students to Show Divine Mercy Documentary as Fundraiser for Trip April 11, 2016

The students of Aquinas College traveling to World Youth Day this summer will be hosting several screenings of The Original Image of Divine Mercy about the original painting of Christ’s Divine Mercy based upon the visions of St. Faustina Kowalska. Bishop Robert...

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Dominic and the Living Word February 08, 2016

In a desire to share our Dominican Charism of preaching, you will have the opportunity to receive an  email each Tuesday which will give a Dominican Reflection on the Gospel of the Day. These will simply be called Dominic and...

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Moral Formation, Catechesis at Center of New Teacher Formation Conference February 05, 2016

From the Cardinal Newman Society’s Catholic Education Daily: By Kimberly Scharfenberger The Center for Catholic Education at Newman Guide-recommended Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., is responding to the Church’s call for faithful teacher formation programs by offering training for educators, administrators...

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Inaugural Tolkien & Lewis Celebration Draws Hundreds October 01, 2015

The Center for Faith & Culture’s inaugural Tolkien & Lewis Celebration drew a record crowd to Aquinas College on Saturday, September 19. Attendance required the use of a second lecture hall and an altered schedule to accommodate the attendance. The Celebration...

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Aquinas Award Hopes to Boost Interest in Catholic Literature September 29, 2015

Andy Telli of the Tennessee Register, the newspaper of the Diocese of Nashville, wrote on the Aquinas Award for Fiction in the September 25 edition of the paper. Catholic literature is in the midst of a revival, and the Center for...

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Academic Year Begins with Several Milestones September 08, 2015

Aquinas College enters the 2015-2016 academic year celebrating its fourth year of residential life and graduate studies, new majors, renovated indoor and outdoor spaces, and the start of a year-long construction project of a new residential facility. First Groundbreaking in...

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Aquinas to Break Ground on Women’s Residence Hall August 25, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn.  — Aquinas College will break ground on a new women’s residence hall on Friday, August 28 in public ceremony. The project is the first new construction project for the four-year Catholic liberal arts college in 39 years. B.L....

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IGNITE Campaign Website Launches July 30, 2015

The website for IGNITE: The Campaign for Aquinas College has launched. IGNITE is the comprehensive fundraising initiative for the Vision 2020: Truth & Charity strategic plan. Released in mid-2014, Vision 2020 laid the roadmap for Aquinas College’s future, articulating our...

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Graduation Roundup May 19, 2015

Aquinas College held its 53rd annual Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 16. The Most Reverend David R. Choby, Bishop of the Diocese of Nashville, presided at the Baccalaureate Mass at St. Henry’s Catholic Church. Nearly 100 students received degrees at...

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