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Edwin Cardinal O’Brien, Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, has accepted President Michael F. McLean’s invitation to serve as Thomas Aquinas College’s 2014 Commencement Speaker.
This House of God Is Our House, Too
Kiplinger's Personal Finance has named Thomas Aquinas College one of the 30 Best College Values in the West/Southwest for 2014, as well as one of the region’s Top 10 liberal arts colleges.
Recent Southern California rains have not delayed construction of St. Gladys Hall.
Students gathered in the Dumb Ox Café on Tuesday night for the annual showcase of musical talents.
Jillian Cooke (’04), a consecrated member of the Fr. Kolbe Missionaries of the Immaculata, returned to campus last week to talk with students.
With hopes of pursuing studies in music upon graduation, soprano Colleen Donnelly (’14) gave a solo performance to a packed audience in St. Bernardine of Siena Library.
Students celebrated Mardi Gras a few days early this year with a Casino-themed dance in St. Joseph Commons.
You can pray with the students, faculty, alumni, and friends of Thomas Aquinas College this Lent ...
Photos from this year’s competition
“All of you have been the recipients of a great gift, this remarkable education. But with any great gift goes the burden,” said Rob Neal, president of Hager Pacific Properties.
On Saturday evening, the students and faculty of Thomas Aquinas College gathered for the annual Presidents’ Day Lecture, presented by Dr. Vincent Phillip Muñoz, associate professor of religion and public life and associate professor of law at The University of Notre Dame.
This past weekend some 25 Thomas Aquinas College seniors and tutors enjoyed an educational tour of one of Los Angeles’ finest art museums led by an expert docent — College Governor Maria O. Grant.
To prepare for this year’s Mardi Gras festivities, students met on the campus basketball courts Wednesday for formal dance instruction.
An old friend of the College and the homilist at its first Baccalaureate Mass
Once again, the Class of 2016 reigns supreme!
Santa Paula Mayor Richard C. Cook has issued a proclamation honoring Thomas Aquinas College.
A semi-annual event that unites the entire community, the All-College Seminar has become a well-loved campus tradition.
Last Saturday morning a small but dedicated group of students met in the parking lot behind Bl. Junipero Serra Hall for the inaugural “Laps for Life” campus race.
“I am privileged to work in a College that was founded to prepare Catholics to bring the light of Christ’s truth into the secular world.”
On the eve of the Feast of the Presentation, several Thomas Aquinas College students and a chaplain gathered to recite one of the Church’s most ancient prayers, the Akathist, or Akathistos Hymn.
On Saturday evening the St. Genesius Players treated Thomas Aquinas College students, faculty, and families to a production of The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare.
A renewal in Catholic liberal education is under way, and Thomas Aquinas College alumni are at its forefront.
More than 200 Thomas Aquinas College students helped lead the way through the streets of San Francisco on January 25 for the 10th annual Walk for Life West Coast.
Jillian Cooke (’04) will speak about Mary’s Role in evangelization at a conference on Saturday.
“St. Gladys Hall is progressing well,” says Vice President for Finance and Administration Peter L. DeLuca.
Fr. Illo’s homily following the Walk for Life West Coast 2014
“They’ve won an important battle, but for Thomas Aquinas College, the war rages on.”
Having recently returned from the West Coast Walk for Life, senior Zachary Reynolds took part in an interview with From the Median Radio in Cleveland.
Thomas Aquinas College is one of The Most Popular Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
“On Nature, Reason, and Will in St. Thomas,”by Dr. Duane Berquist, Professor Emeritus, Assumption College
A beloved campus tradition, Trivial and Quadrivial Pursuits is the campus-wide quiz show — played on the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas — famous for its extravagant costumes and over-the-top displays of creative gamesmanship
Timed for the Feast of St. Tomas Aquinas, alumnus Sean Fitzpatrick (’02) has published a thoughtful article about the College’s patron on Catholic Exchange.
Dean Brian T. Kelly appeared as a guest of Kathleen Beckman on this week’s episode of the Living Eucharist program on Radio Maria.
St. Thomas Day Homily, by Rev. Joseph Illo, Head Chaplain
Thomas Aquinas College is one of the nation’s 75 “Best Value” private schools according to The Princeton Review in its just-published book, The Best Value Colleges: 2014 Edition.
Video features Brian Murphy (’14)
Catholic college students joined tens of thousands to walk for an end to abortion on Saturday, January 25th in San Francisco, California, led by students from Thomas Aquinas College.
On Monday, members of the Sisters of Life visited Thomas Aquinas College to meet with students who may be discerning vocations to the religious life.
“Forty-one years since Roe v. Wade, and the pro-life movement is stronger than ever.”
“This year we have a record three buses and many cars packed with students on pilgrimage to the West Coast Walk for Life. We pray that we will witness to the charity of Jesus Christ, whose ambassadors we are.”
Thomas Aquinas College students begin their pilgrimage to San Francisco and the Walk for Life West Coast.
As students prepare for their trek to San Francisco for the Walk for Life West Coast, senior Sarah Dufresne took part in an interview about the pro-life cause with From the Median Radio.
This past weekend some 25 Thomas Aquinas College seniors enjoyed an educational tour of one of Los Angeles’ finest art museums led by an expert docent — College Governor Maria O. Grant.
Intramural sports are a daily occurrence at the College: some photos from an after-class game.
Part of the St. Vincent DePaul Lecture & Concert Series
On weekdays, Rose Halpin (’06) serves as the head of technical services at Westchester Public Library, but for one weekend a month, she serves as officer in U.S. Army Reserve.
Twice each year, when seniors read Russian novels as part of the seminar curriculum, Thomas Aquinas College’s Lithuanian librarian, Viltis Jatulis, hosts a soirée, like those portrayed in Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace.
On Friday the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury appealed Thomas Aquinas College’s recent victory over the HHS Contraceptive Mandate in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District Columbia.
Legislation requiring Washington employers to fund abortion coverage appears destined for failure — thanks, in part, to the work of Angela (Andersen ’87) Connelly
Alumna journalist Katrina Trinko (’09) has been named the new managing editor of The Foundry, the online publication of The Heritage Foundation.
Having prevailed in its federal lawsuit against the Obama Administration, Thomas Aquinas College has received a permanent injunction against the HHS Contraceptive Mandate.
Dean Brian T. Kelly’s report to the Board of Governors at its November, 2013, retreat.
With the start of the new year, the College is now formally accepting applications for the 2014 Summer Program, which will take place from July 20 to August 2.
Thomas Aquinas College students Brian (’14) and Kathleen Murphy (’16) have appeared on EWTN’s Life on the Rock to discuss their performance The War of the Vendée.
Photographs courtesy of Kevin McAtee, father of a Thomas Aquinas College sophomore
Educational insights from Dr. Andrew Seeley (’87), executive director of the Institute for Catholic Liberal Education and a tutor at the College
Progress continues apace on construction of the College’s next classroom building, St. Gladys Hall.
Tutor and alumnus Dr. John J. Goyette recently appeared on Holy Family / WLCR Radio in Louisville with host Mike Jaconik.
During the last days of classes before final examinations, 17 Thomas Aquinas College juniors gathered in the rotunda of St. Thomas Hall to sing four hymns. The brief performance marked the latest chapter in a young but increasingly anticipated campus tradition.
Freshman Giorgio Navarini has won the Los Robles Master Chorale’s Young Artist Choral Composer Competition for his Christmas carol, “The Christ Child.”
Following up on its judicial victory over the HHS Contraceptive Mandate, Thomas Aquinas College is the subject of a Washington Times editorial about the country’s battle over religious freedom.
The video of Thomas Aquinas College students conducting a choral “flash mob” at a local mall last week has gone “viral” — receiving more than 10,000 views in its first three days — and appearing on EWTN.
Many of the dear friends who have given generously to Thomas Aquinas College gathered in Los Angeles 8 for the annual Christmas Appreciation Dinner.
The men’s barbershop octet performed last Friday night at Ventura's annual Tree-Lighting Ceremony.
Bringing the joy of Advent into the marketplace, more than 100 Thomas Aquinas College students descended on Ventura’s Pacific Mall for a choral “flash mob.”
On December 13, 2013, the student choral group Chrysostomos performed its fall concert in St. Bernardine of Siena Library.
On December 7, the Thomas Aquinas College Choir hosted its annual Advent Concert.
On Saturday, December 7, the students of Thomas Aquinas College hosted a formal Christmas dance.
The College unveils a new slogan ...
The intramural-football season came to an end on Tuesday afternoon, with the team captained by Joshua Brittain (’15) claiming the championship!
by Rev. Kevin Flannery, S.J., Pontifical Gregorian University
In an effort to assist students in their post-graduation pursuits, Thomas Aquinas College’s Office of Career Advisement recently hosted a series of professional-development events.
Progress is still under way — and work crews are hard at work — on the construction of the College’s next classroom building, St. Gladys Hall.
The annual inter-class clash ...
On Sunday evening Thomas Aquinas College President Michael F. McLean hosted students, faculty, staff, and their families at the all-college Thanksgiving Dinner.
Remarks at the 2013 Thanksgiving Dinner by Dr. Michael F. McLean, president of Thomas Aquinas College
Signaling the arrival of football on campus, students have taken to the campus athletic fields for fierce but friendly bouts of flag football.
When Bill McInerney died of cancer on November 12, it was after 64 years of marriage to his beloved wife, Mary; six decades as an attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area; and 42 years as a member of the Thomas Aquinas College President’s Council.
Reflections of an Alumna, Parent, and Governor
In a letter sent to each of the nation’s Catholic bishops, Thomas Aquinas College President Michael F. McLean and Dean Brian T. Kelly have urged Catholic dioceses to reject the use of the “Common Core” curriculum in their schools.
Over the course of the last month, three religious communities — the Capuchin Franciscans, the Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa, and the Nashville Dominicans — have visited Thomas Aquinas College.
“The Trojan Horse in the City on a Hill: The Declaration of Independence and the Erosion of the Natural Law Tradition”
“November is the month of the dead,” begins Head Chaplain Rev. Joseph Illo in a recent homily, in which he stresses the need to pray for the souls of the faithful departed.
On the afternoon of Sunday, November 3, 2013, Thomas Aquinas College students performed at the first of this year’s two informal concerts — “Schubertiades” — in St. Bernardine of Siena Library.
To mark the close the Year of Faith, on October 18, Thomas Aquinas College hosted Rev. Robert Barron, who spoke on the subject “David Dancing Before the Ark: The Liturgical Theology Implicit in 2nd Samuel.”
Tributes, video, and more
Footage of the College's beloved late, founding president
Text, audio, and video of the eulogies from Dr. Thomas Kaiser (’75),Mr. Peter L. DeLuca, Dr. John W. Neumayr, and Dr. Michael F. McLean
A senior tutor at Thomas Aquinas College, Dr. Thomas Kaiser (’75) delivered the following address at the reception following the funeral for the College’s president, Dr. Ronald P. McArthur, on October 25.
One of the co-founders of Thomas Aquinas College and its vice president for finance and administration, Peter L. DeLuca delivered the following address at the reception following the funeral for the College’s founding president, Dr. Ronald P. McArthur.
Thomas Aquinas College President Michael F. McLean delivered the following address at the reception after the funeral for the College’s founding president, Dr. Ronald P. McArthur.
One of the co-founders of Thomas Aquinas College and now a senior tutor, Dr. John W. Neumayr delivered the following address at the reception after the funeral for the College’s founding president, Dr. Ronald P. McArthur.
When Dr. McArthur asked me to preach the homily for his requiem mass, he said I had one condition: I was not to say anything nice about him.
Mourners filled Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel on Saturday for the funeral Mass of Dr. Ronald P. McArthur, the founding president of Thomas Aquinas College.
On Saturday, October 26, the students of Thomas Aquinas College hosted the 2013 Halloween Dance in St. Joseph Commons.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of the College’s founding president.
Kiplinger, the business and personal-finance publisher, has ranked Thomas Aquinas College number 41 out of just 100 schools on its 2014 Best Private Colleges list.
Henry Teichert was a successful businessman, a dedicated philanthropist, and a loyal benefactor of Thomas Aquinas College, which four of his children and seven of his grandchildren have attended.
This past weekend the women of Thomas Aquinas College enjoyed their annual campout with a night under the stars in Sycamore Canyon.
Alumni and their families from throughout the region converged on campus Saturday for the Annual Alumni Day.
Thomas Aquinas College is one of only 22 colleges nationwide recommended by The Cardinal Newman Society in its latest edition of The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College.
Sophie Macik (’15) participated in this summer’s Crossroads pro-life walks across America, and describes the experience in a recent radio interview.
Framing is under way for St. Gladys Hall! The College’s next classroom building is due to be complete in time for the start of the next academic year in August, 2014.
Timothy Teague, an Ojai-based photographer who has been shooting key Thomas Aquinas College events for some 20 years, recently visited the campus to capture a day in the life of the College.
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When I think about my sister Rosie in the last two years, there are many beautiful and victorious images that spring to mind ...
“I am Rosie’s uncle and godfather, which is why I have the privilege, out of this army of priests, to be the one doing the preaching at this funeral.…”
Each fall the sophomores, juniors, and seniors take turns hosting welcome events for the new freshman class. This past weekend, it was the seniors’ held a Saturday-night dance with a “Willy Wonka” theme — complete with Oompa-Loompas
I have a word of thanks and an invitation ...
It its latest survey of more than 1,200 schools, U.S. News & World Report ranks Thomas Aquinas College first in the United States for alumni giving.
From a recent Sophomore Natural Science Class, taught by Dr. Sean Collins, in which students examine Pascal’s refutation of the age-old claim that “nature abhors a vacuum.”
“Great books and Holy Orders”
With its co-plaintiffs — the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., The Catholic University of America, and others — the College has filed a complaint against the U. S. government in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
On Friday night, the College hosted the inaugural concert of this year’s St. Vincent DePaul Lecture and Concert Series.
Miss Bessette is a senior from Upland, Calif. The following is adapted from remarks she made to the Thomas Aquinas College Board of Governors at its spring 2013 meeting.
On the 12th anniversary of 9-11, students prayed for the wellbeing of their country in what was billed as a “Rosary for the Nation.”
In the newly released 2014 edition of its Best Colleges guide, U.S. News & World Report places Thomas Aquinas College in the top tier of all American liberal arts colleges.
By John Baer, Thomas Aquinas College
On Sunday, students gathered on the athletic fields for the annual All-College Picnic.
Remembering a loyal friend and a faithful priest ...
On Monday, August 26, 2013, a record 104 students from across the country and abroad matriculated as freshmen at Thomas Aquinas College — the Class of 2017.
By The Most Rev. Kevin W. Vann, JCD, DD, Bishop of Orange (Calif.)
By The Most Rev. Kevin W. Vann, JCD, DD, Bishop of Orange (Calif.)
Photos from this morning’s Orientation meeting for members of the Class of 2017
“Always remain open to the movements of mind and heart occasioned by the greatest literature, but let the works read in the philosophy and theology tutorials be your touchstones over the next four years.”
Workers are putting the finishing touches on St. Augustine Hall, which underwent a substantial renovation over the summer.
A Central Coast television station, KSBY, has produced the following video about the recent funeral of the Hon. William P. Clark — former Cabinet secretary, California Supreme Court justice, and faithful friend of Thomas Aquinas College.
Thomas Aquinas College is a great books program, but in a brief sequence near the end of Senior Seminar, we ask the students to read and discuss several Church documents as a way to introduce them to an authoritative source of Church teaching.
In the early hours of August 10, 2013, California and the United States lost a distinguished statesmen of the 20th century and Thomas Aquinas College lost a dear friend. Following a protracted battle with Parkinson’s disease, the Hon. William P. Clark passed away at his beloved ranch in Shandon, Calif.
Dr. Michael F. McLean’s Remarks at the 2013 Summer Seminar Weekends
Kudos Include: “Best Value,” “Best Classroom Experience” & “Happiest Students”
The family of Andrew “Kent” Moore (’14) asks for prayers for the man who inadvertently struck Kent with his car in 2012.
Photos from this year's second Summer Seminar Weekend
Thomas Aquinas College Chaplain Rev. Joseph Illo delivered this address at the second 2013 Summer Seminar weekend on July 20, 2013.
On Thursday, to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of Andrew “Kent” Moore (’14), students of Thomas Aquinas College spent the afternoon the same way that Kent spent many of his afternoons — by praying for an end to abortion.
Photos from this year's first Summer Seminar Weekend
For a class quotation, the Class of 2013 chose the following words from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: “The ways of the Lord are not comfortable, but we were not created for comfort. We were created for greatness.”
Thomas Aquinas College’s beloved chaplain, Rev. Cornelius M. Buckley, S.J., recently offered a Mass for the annual installation ceremony of the Adolfo Camarillo Council of the Knights of Columbus.
On Friday nights throughout the 2013-14 academic year, the students of Thomas Aquinas College will have the privilege of attending lectures from some of the nation’s most distinguished scholars.
With its students away for the summer recess, Thomas Aquinas College has begun work on its next classroom building, St. Gladys Hall, as well as the renovation of its first classroom building, St. Augustine Hall.
Photographs of the members of the Class of 2013 and the titles of their Senior Theses
Dr. Paul O’Reilly exposes fundamental errors about the relationship between science and faith in Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion.
The College mourns the passing of Elena Grant Cahir, daughter of College Governor Maria and Richard Grant.
Earlier this month, scholars from across the United States and abroad gathered on the campus of Thomas Aquinas College for the annual West Coast Meeting of the Society for Aristotelian-Thomistic Studies.
On Father’s Day, the Stockton Record published an interview with renowned surgeon and philanthropist Dr. Henry J. Zeiter — a member of the College’s Board of Governors and Order of St. Albert, as well as the father of alumna author Suzie (Zeiter ’87) Andres.
Regents serve as the College’s ambassadors, making known the influence and good works of the College within their own communities, while at the same time inviting new members into the fold.
Writing in the Cardinal Newman Society’s Catholic Education Daily, Timothy Drake has conducted a rare interview with Sr. Mary Josefa, OSB (Kathleen Holcomb ’07), of the Benedictine Sisters of Mary.
Nearly 150 alumni of Thomas Aquinas College gathered on the College campus Saturday for the annual Alumni Association Dinner.
A talk given by Dr. Thomas Kaiser (’75), the first tutor to have taught every class in the College’s classical curriculum at the 2013 Alumni Association Dinner.
Sherwood Country Club in Westlake Village, Calif., was the site of the seventh annual Thomas Aquinas College Golf Classic, hosted by the Greater Los Angeles Board of Regents on June 3.
A profile of incoming freshman Rachel Beck from the Arizona Daily Sun
Chaplain Rev. Joseph Illo likens the great care that the College’s students take for Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel to the work of the Missionaries of Charity.
There is no such thing as a typical day on the job for Caroline Johnson, M.D. (’97).
Early in the morning of May 23, 2013, a truck towed away the last modular building on the academic quadrangle of Thomas Aquinas College — St. Patrick Hall.
Photographs of the Class of 2013 and this year’s Commencement exercises are now available, for viewing and for purchase.
Video, audio, photos and text from this year's Commencement Exercises
Place your order now for a DVD of Commencement 2013!
At its 2013 Commencement exercises on May 11, Thomas Aquinas College awarded its highest honor, The Saint Thomas Aquinas Medallion, to two men who have dedicated their lives to the service of the Church and its people.
From Commencement 2013
“To Live in a Spirit of Joy and Love,” by Liam Collins (’13), Commencement 2013
The Homily from the Baccalaureate Mass, by His Eminence Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston, at Thomas Aquinas College’s 2013 Commencement exercises.
Under a bright California sky, on Saturday, May 11, Thomas Aquinas College celebrated its 39th Commencement exercises, welcoming the 91 members of the Class of 2013 as its newest alumni.
With the end of the academic year comes the return of a number of annual senior traditions.
President McLean's remarks to the Class of 2013 and a photo gallery
A graduate student in political science at Claremont University, Daniel Carpenter (’11) has written a thoughtful essay for The John William Pope Center for High Education about his time at the College.
During the last days of classes before final examinations, 35 Thomas Aquinas College juniors gathered in the rotunda of St. Thomas Hall to sing four hymns.
Photos this weekend’s Spring Concert of Chrysostomos, a student choral group at Thomas Aquinas College
In a longstanding tradition, the younger classes at Thomas Aquinas College take turns each spring bidding farewell to the soon-to-be-departing seniors ...
Each spring, in the final weeks of the semester, members of the Senior Class team up against the faculty in the annual Senior-Tutor Softball Game.
On Tuesday, April 24, the Class of 2013 took its turn in this yearly ritual, consigning much of the last year’s hard work — although certainly not its fruits! — into the flames.
Cardinal DiNardo will address the largest graduating class in the College’s history — 91 men and women who hail from across the United States and abroad.
On April 17 2013, representatives of Thomas Aquinas College and the Fritz B. Burns Foundation broke ground on the College’s next building, St. Gladys Hall.
Dr. Hattrup has successfully defended his dissertation, “Form and Predicability in Aristotle’s Categories and the Middle Books of the Metaphysics,” at the University of Houston’s Center for Thomistic Studies.
An end-of-the-year, outdoor dance, Chez Martin has become one of Thomas Aquinas College’s most popular annual events.
Audio from the April 20 lecture by Dr. Scott Crider, University of Dallas
Highlights from a performance by two of Thomas Aquinas College’s choral groups at the Libbey Bowl in Ojai, Calif., earlier this month
The Thomas Aquinas College Choir recently held its spring concert, at which it performed some of the world’s best-loved opera choruses.
Fr. Buckley's Homily at the Votive Mass of St. Gladys, on the occasion of the Groundbreaking of St. Gladys Hall
Early Wednesday afternoon, four spades pierced the ground in front of the College’s newest permanent building, St. Gladys Hall.
In a longstanding tradition, the younger classes at Thomas Aquinas College take turns each spring bidding farewell to the soon-to-be-departing seniors. This past Sunday the sophomores had their opportunity.
The Thomas Aquinas College Board of Governors has elected to its ranks a new member with a familiar name: Mr. Walter J. Conn of San Marino, Calif.
Homily from the Memorial Mass for Thomas E. Dillon
Director of College Relations Anne (Schaeffer ’81) Forsyth appeared a guest of Kathleen Beckman on Radio Maria’s “Living Eucharist” program Monday, April 8.
On Saturday evening Thomas Aquinas College students donned their finest clothes and decorated St. Joseph Commons for the spring dance.
Remarks at the Memorial for James L. Barrett by Dr. Michael F. McLean
Some 750 people from the greater Los Angeles area descended upon Ojai’s Libbey Bowl on Sunday for a concert hosted by Thomas Aquinas College.
Thomas Aquinas College and 21 other Catholic institutions of higher education have signed a memorandum formally protesting the HHS mandate that would compel Catholic organizations to provide contraceptive, abortifacient, and sterilization coverage.
Photos from three days of sacred liturgies
In Sunday, March 24, Thomas Aquinas College students performed in the second of this year’s two informal concerts — “Schubertiades” — in St. Bernardine of Siena Library.
Translated from the original Spanish
There were kilts and bagpipes, and much tossing of stones and cabers, on the Thomas Aquinas College campus this past weekend ...
Dr. S. Adam Seagrave (’05), has written a thoughtful article for The Public Discourse about the present state of the pro-life movement.
Some 40 Dames and Knights of Malta from the greater Los Angeles area came to the campus of Thomas Aquinas College on Saturday for a one-day retreat.
On Sunday members of the Thomas Aquinas College community gathered in St. Joseph Commons for the annual celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
The Sunday, March 17 edition of the CBS Evening News featured a segment, “American Catholic Youth on Pope Francis,” shot entirely at Thomas Aquinas College.
The College mourns the loss of a dear friend and the former Vice Chairman of its Board of Governors, James L. Barrett, who died early Thursday morning.
Students sing, pray, and celebrate at the news of Pope Francis’ election
Welcoming the election of His Holiness Pope Francis, Thomas Aquinas College President Michael F. McLean offered the following statement:
News of the white smoke above St. Peter’s first reached campus at around 11:00 a.m. Wednesday morning ...
After months of hard work, members of the Class of 2014 turned in the final drafts of their theses on Sunday evening.
Thomas Aquinas College tutor Elizabeth Reyes has successfully defended her doctoral dissertation at the University of Dallas.
“At my alma mater and in the Marines, hard work and high standards are the norm.”
– Major Brooks Braden (’97)
Judge Advocate, U.S. Marine Corps Reserves