Monthly Archives: November 2020

What is an atelier? November 18, 2020

Designed to be offered once or twice a semester, an Atelier is not a lecture by a faculty member, but a pedagogical instruction on how to research, study, and prepare a specific text, artwork, or musical selection from the Catholic...

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Profiles in Leadership Series Prepares Campus Voters for US Elections November 17, 2020

Aquinas College hosted a Fall lecture series, Profiles in Leadership. The series held in Breen Hall on three Tuesdays in October welcomed members of the faculty by invitation to speak on virtuous leadership in this time of upheaval. Speakers included...

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The Teacher as “Vessel” November 17, 2020

By Sister Elizabeth Anne Allen, O.P., Ed.D. “We hold this treasure in earthen vessels, so that it may be clear that this extraordinary power belongs to God and does not come from us” (2 Corinthians 4:7). Even as a child,...

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Beyond Medicine and Machines November 16, 2020

By Augusta Kennedy, ‘17 As a registered nurse at a community hospital hit hard by COVID-19, I have come to a greater appreciation of my formation as an Aquinas nurse. I was taught to see every patient as a whole, human...

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