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Understanding First Principles 

 

By Dr. Paul K. O’Reilly
President, Thomas Aquinas College
2024 President’s Dinner
May 15, 2024

 

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The New England Class of 2024 disrupted an otherwise peaceful lunch Wednesday in Gould Hall for the annual Senior Boast!

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On their last day of classes, the sophomores of Thomas Aquinas College, New England, surprised their mathematics tutors — Dr.

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After their last classes last Friday afternoon, students at Thomas Aquinas College, New England, gathered on the lawn outside Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel to celebrate the end of the academic year. Section by section, they trickled out of St. Gianna Molla Hall, greeted with lemonade and popsicles. The lawn soon filled with students chatting with friends and playing volleyball and spikeball. The seniors took a break from studying for their Philosophy final, while the rest of the student body anticipated the busy exam week ahead!

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Having already introduced you to the first half of the prefect team for this summer’s

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The Thomas Aquinas College, New England, Class of 2024 celebrated the completion of its last Seminar Tutorial on Monday evening, heralding the end of the academic year. Seniors emerged from Billings Hall to the victorious sound of the Knights Templar Tantum Ergo blasting from the roof of Bl. Frassati Student Center. Cheering, they congregated outside, giving each other hugs and reveling in the beautiful sunset and bittersweet moment.

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With only two weeks until the end of the academic year, the New England Class of 2025 hosted a formal dinner Saturday night in honor of the Class of 2024.

The event began outside of Bl. Frassati Student Center with an hors d’oeuvres hour. Students and tutors chatted as they sampled meat and cheese from elegantly arranged charcuterie boards. After an hour of delightful conversation, they moved inside for dinner, where they were greeted with a refreshing spring salad. Student waiters brought out plates of Brazilian steak, paired with an assortment of savory vegetables.

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In the final school-wide musical event of the year, the Thomas Aquinas College Choir and Orchestra put on a spring concert in the Bl. Frassati Student Center last Saturday.

The first half of the concert was dedicated to Our Lady, with pieces building up to Pergolesi’s magnificent Magnificat. “The whole first act is an ode to Mary, Mother of God,” explained Stephen Grimm (’75), who directs the choir and orchestra on the New England campus. “We start with pieces representing the angel coming to announce the good news, and the Magnificat is Mary’s glorious response.”