A two-part dialogue, Rabbi Norman Cohen will lead the first discussion on March 14 and join law professor Susan Stabile and others for the second on March 28. Registration is needed for these luncheon events.
Henrietta's cells, taken without her permission, led to the polio vaccine, cancer treatments and a biotech industry. The son of the book's heroine, David "Sonny" Lacks, will join the panel to give his personal insight.
Alumni Reflections is a series of alumni dialogues with students reflecting on how alumni have integrated faith, service and reason into their professional and personal lives. A light lunch will be served.
If you have not already had your senior picture taken, David Bank Studios will be on campus Thursday and Friday, March 1-2. Seniors can schedule a sitting on the Aquinas website, but walk-ups also are welcome.