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Br. Edward (’16) and Sr. Felicity Seeley (’14)
Br. Edward (’16) and Sr. Felicity Seeley (’14)

A small but growing religious community near the College’s California campus now includes a religious brother and sister who are also siblings — and Thomas Aquinas College graduates.

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Michael F. McLean
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Tenure Included Defeating the HHS Mandate,
Launching New England Campus

 

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Tenure Included Defeating the HHS Mandate,
Launching TAC, New England

 

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Thomas P. SullivanPlease pray for the repose of the soul of Thomas P. Sullivan, who died on Saturday, March 27. The first chairman and a longtime member of the Thomas Aquinas College Board of Governors, Mr.

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Patrick Mason (’03)
Patrick Mason (’03)

The Board of Directors of the Knights of Columbus — the nation’s largest Catholic fraternal organization, with more than 2 million members — has elected alumnus

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Screenshot of TAC homepage

At around 7:00 p.m. last Thursday night, Thomas Aquinas College launched a new website, replacing its beloved but well-worn predecessor, which served the College ably since 2011.

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The Class of 2013 at graduation

“When my wife, Stephanie (Lamore ’14) passed the link to the Alumni Giving Weekend webpage on to me, I was so thrilled to see the beautiful and clean layout,” recalls Chris Sebastian (’13). “From there, the competition between our classes was on!”

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When the Thomas Aquinas College Alumni Giving Weekend began in earnest on March 5, organizers were hoping to meet an ambitious goal of $100,000. “Last year we had 287 alumni make gifts for a total of $62,000,” says Robert Bagdazian, the College’s director of alumni and parent relations. “So $100,000 seemed like a big leap.”

Yet the alumni of Thomas Aquinas College dramatically eclipsed that total, contributing 684 gifts for $141,226. “The response was staggering,” says Mr. Bagdazian. “The alumni showed their love for the College in dramatic fashion.”