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A letter from the outgoing 2020-21 managing editor

This year was a trial by fire. Being a full-time online student and helping Diana Chávez, The Aquinian's editor-in-chief, run the paper during a global...

ICYMI: A recap of the vice-president administration, vice-president student life debates

The St. Thomas University Students' Union hosted a vice-president student life and vice-president administration debates in advance of the spring election set for March...

Commentary: Racism is the virus

It's the middle of the afternoon, but I haven't moved from my bed. The curtains are closed, the lights are off and I'm buried...

Commentary: There’s nothing ‘foreign’ about Minari

Minari is about the American dream, yet is too Korean for the Golden Globes to consider the film for best drama picture.  Lee Isaac Chung...

Commentary: COVID-19, the perfect time to date

I’m an awkward potato. I try to avoid speaking to my crush in public because my brain shuts down. I start speaking in broken...

Bachelor of education program prepared for COVID-19

The hallways of River Valley Middle School are almost empty between classes. In any other year, students would flood the halls as they moved...
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