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Students learn of plans for New England

Students learn of plans for New England

Posted: February 9, 2017

After the conclusion of underclassman seminars on Tuesday night, students gathered in St. Joseph Commons, where Dean Brian T. Kelly announced Thomas Aquinas College’s plans to establish a branch campus in New England. The news, which had been circulating all day, both online and around the California campus, did not come as a surprise, but students were nonetheless excited to learn more details.

Dr. Kelly briefly discussed why the new campus was so appealing to College officials:

 

Then, to prove his point, he showed the students the following video slideshow.

 

To see their reaction, watch the video clip below:

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Br. Robert Nesbit

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– Br. Robert Nesbit, O.S.B. (’07)

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– Dr. Ralph McInerny (†)

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