By Maya O’Brien Today we are living through history. How one spends the void is totally up to each individual. Perhaps one is a mother who has to deal with the stress of providing structure into her child’s life. Perhaps one just got out of college and is stuck on the couch, Zooming with friends, … Continue reading ‘Love on the Brain’ in quarantine
Ten Healthy Lifestyle bloggers that will make your quarantine productive
By Sofiia Shutko The global quarantine locked more than 90 percent of the world population in their houses, which caused a wave of stress and frustration around the world. However, a lot of bloggers and media issuers have already started engaging people in different activities such as online studying, crafting, gaming, cooking—anything we can do … Continue reading Ten Healthy Lifestyle bloggers that will make your quarantine productive
Studying Abroad: Combining Old Experiences with New Adventures
By Sami Osborne *Sami Osborne is a senior at St. Thomas Aquinas College. Learn all about his experience studying abroad below and the advice that he has for fellow STAC students. “STUDY ABROAD MEETING TODAY,” proclaimed the email from STACtivities. It was a beautiful, sunny day in early September during my first year at a … Continue reading Studying Abroad: Combining Old Experiences with New Adventures
Why I Don’t Have Social Media
By Kathryn Cambrea, Editor in chief It’s not that I once had a Facebook or Instagram account, and then made the decision to click off. I never had social media.
How COVID-19 has Affected My Life
By Isabella Szklany In one single day, the world turned on its axis. College students went from enjoying spring break and being excited to return to campus to now being stuck at home and learning how to adapt to this new normal. Before, we were all separated by our daily life struggles but still … Continue reading How COVID-19 has Affected My Life
Does 2020 Provide 20/20 Vision?
By Brianna Randazzo I think that speaking for most of us, we didn’t see COVID-19 coming. I am sure that most people, myself included, didn’t know much about it nor thought that it would be a pandemic. With that being said, now that it is happening, I think that this year has provided us … Continue reading Does 2020 Provide 20/20 Vision?
Only What You Know – a poem
By Sarah Scerbak You wouldn’t be a star if you had no darkness; what do you think makes you shine? You wouldn’t be a warrior if you had no battles; what do you think makes you strong? You wouldn’t be a flower if you had no rain; what do you think makes you bloom? … Continue reading Only What You Know – a poem
STAC holds classes online for upcoming week…and the rest of the semester due to COVID-19
By Kathryn Cambrea, Editor in chief *UPDATE as of March 16, 2020: Classes at St. Thomas Aquinas College will be online for the rest of the semester, confirmed by an email sent by Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Murray on March 16. The following article was published on March 15 prior to … Continue reading STAC holds classes online for upcoming week…and the rest of the semester due to COVID-19
What It’s Like to be a Commuter
By Kathryn Cambrea, Editor in chief Let’s look at the greatness and reality of commuting, from driving to managing every facet of a college student’s life.
STAC students share their favorite medical dramas
By Elena Minardi *Elena Minardi asked STAC students about their favorite medical dramas. Learn what they said below! A website called Screen Rant lists the top shows that are currently airing on Netflix, Hulu, YouTube TV, and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). What do you think the top show is? “Grey’s Anatomy” - Brittany Lepore, … Continue reading STAC students share their favorite medical dramas