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Join Members of the College Community at the March for Life, OneLife L.A.,
and the Walk for Life West Coast!

Posted: January 17, 2018

Please join fellow members of the Thomas Aquinas College community at this year’s March for Life in Washington, D.C., OneLife L.A. in Los Angeles, and Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco!

March for Life 2015• The March for Life will take place in Washington on Friday, January 19. Alumni Rory Nugent (’97) and Paul White (’95), members of the College’s D.C. Board of Regents, invite all alumni and friends of the College to meet, just North of the Washington Monument on the National Mall at 12:15 p.m. They will be carrying a Thomas Aquinas College banner, like the one pictured to the right. The March begins around 1:00 p.m. and is preceded by a rally. Admissions Counselor Patrick Cross (’14) looks forward to meeting any interested students, parents, and friends of the College at the Exhibitor Fair, just north of the Washington Monument, on Thursday January 18, or Friday, January 19, at 12:15 p.m.

OneLife LA• The following Saturday, January 20, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ fourth annual OneLife LA will be held in Downtown L.A. The event begins with a one-mile walk starting at El Pueblo at La Placita Olvera on Olvera Street, and ends at Los Angeles State Historic Park, where there will be a rally with featured speakers, musicians, and food. Admissions Director Jon Daly (’99) and Admissions Counselor Sarah Dufresne (’14) plan to attend with students. To meet up with them, please send Sarah an email.

Walk for Life West Coast 2015• The annual Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco will take place on Saturday, January 27. As they have every year since the inaugural Walk in 2005, some 200 Thomas Aquinas College students are expected to make the 300-mile trip to be there. They will be wearing red sweatshirts and look forward to the Walk! Admissions Counselor Sarah Dufresne (’14) will also be there; she plans to meet up with anyone who is interested at the Information Fair from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., then join the students. If you have any questions, please send her an email.


Br. Robert Nesbit

“It was at the College when I began to take my faith seriously. The community life, all the people, the faculty, the staff — and the Mass — all that really helped.”

– Br. Robert Nesbit, O.S.B. (’07)

“I am full of admiration for what the College, its founders, its leadership, its faculty and staff, and its students and alumni have achieved.”

– George Cardinal Pell

Archbishop of Sydney