Audio & Video from Hugh Hewitt’s Campus Broadcast

Audio & Video from Hugh Hewitt’s Campus Broadcast

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On February 10, nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt hosted his three-hour program live from the campus of Thomas Aquinas College. Providentially Mr. Hewitt’s visit coincided with the nationwide outcry about the forthcoming federal mandate that requires Catholic organizations to fund health-insurance policies that cover contraception, sterilization, and abortifacients. Thomas Aquinas College has joined many other faithfully Catholic institutions in resisting this violation of religious freedom.

Naturally Mr. Hewitt interviewed College officials, students, and other guests about the mandate, but he also spent considerable time discussing the College itself — its history, its Catholicity, its unique academic program and pedagogy. Below are podcasts and videos from the show:

 

Below are podcasts from Hugh Hewitt’s February 10 broadcast from the campus of Thomas Aquinas College:

Hour 1

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Hour 2

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Hour 3

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Below are videos from three of the interviews that Hugh Hewitt conducted during his February 10 broadcast from Thomas Aquinas College:

Hugh Hewitt interviews three Thomas Aquinas College students:

 

Hugh Hewitt interviews Dr. Brian Kelly, dean of Thomas Aquinas College:

 

Hugh Hewitt Interviews Dr. Michael F. McLean, president of Thomas Aquinas College:

 

 

Posted: February 13, 2012

Tim Cantu (’10)

“Thomas Aquinas College was outstanding preparation for my future career. The great books curriculum hones critical-thinking and problem-solving skills that are absolutely essential every day in law school and as an attorney. To receive this education while also attending a school with a deep and profound Catholic culture was the most valuable college experience I could have had.”

– Tim Cantu (’10)

Attorney, Pepple Cantu Schmidt

“The students that have had an opportunity to be part of the life of the College have been enriched by their experience in an environment conducive to achievement. Now in all walks of life, graduates of Thomas Aquinas College are contributing, by following a wide variety of pursuits, to the betterment of society.”

– Renato Raffaele Cardinal Martino

President, Pontifical Council

for Justice and Peace

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