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CSB/SJU presents ‘The Cherry Orchard’

CSB/SJU presents ‘The Cherry Orchard’

By Anastasia Pauluk
November 14th, 2014

“The Cherry Orchard” is not just another play. When Anton Chekov wrote it, he intended for the show to be a comedy, yet when it opened in 1904 it was performed as a tragedy. Chekov died right after the show …
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The annual Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to St. Johns

The annual Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to St. Johns

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November 14th, 2014

Snow is not the only thing that will be making its way back to SJU this year. The Banff Mountain Film Festival has been venturing to St. John’s for over a decade, and both students and community members are eagerly …
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Pauluk’s Picks

Pauluk’s Picks

By Anastasia Pauluk
October 31st, 2014

Today is Halloween, the day of pretending to be someone you are not. It is the day to dress as your favorite Zombie from “The Walking Dead” or a sexy mouse (duh). “Conversion”: 3.5 out of 5 stars For all …
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Haunted

Haunted

By Sarah Ober
October 31st, 2014

Dorm Room Demons For most CSB/SJU students, the first few days of living on campus during their first year are scary for a number of reasons. Fear of getting off the Link incorrectly, calling the HAB the HCC or learning …
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‘Flipped classroom’ utilized by faculty

‘Flipped classroom’ utilized by faculty

By Bridget Lenczewski
October 24th, 2014

“Flipped” classrooms were first introduced in the 1990s and gained steam through the early 2000s. Now, in the year 2014, thousands of instructors in high schools and universities across the United States are using the “flipped” schedule. CSB/SJU chemistry professors, …
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New Academi Officer appointed at St. Ben’s

New Academi Officer appointed at St. Ben’s

By Morgan McCormack
October 24th, 2014

“The heart of the CSB/SJU undergraduate experience is rooted in a lively engagement between students and faculty—both in the classroom and beyond.” These are the first words one sees when the CSB/SJU Academic Affairs webpage. The Academic Affairs office pushes …
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CSB student expresses culture through music

CSB student expresses culture through music

By Christine Quinnones
October 24th, 2014

Down in the practice rooms of the BAC, Fan Li creates beautiful music expressive of her Chinese culture and heritage. A sophomore economics major, Fan Li is an international student from Datong in China’s Shanxi Province who possesses a unique …
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Your Story: Haruka Kimura

Your Story: Haruka Kimura

By Bethany Mader
October 24th, 2014

BM: Where are you from, and how did you learn about CSB/SJU? HK: I’m from Okinawa, Japan, and I was a foreign exchange student in Michigan during my senior year. Upon returning to Japan, I realized I wanted to go …
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CSB student Anastasia Pauluk reviews books and movies for college students

CSB student Anastasia Pauluk reviews books and movies for college students

By Anastasia Pauluk
October 24th, 2014

We all remember the stress of applying for college. The endless hours of essay writing, the hair-pulling agony of the SAT/ACTs and of course, the rejection letters. Wouldn’t it have been nice if someone had offered to get us into …
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Stop @ buzzed

Stop @ buzzed

By Lauren Schoenbauer
October 24th, 2014

Signs and pictures are posted around the campuses and on the Link informing students about alcohol use. While these signs often make students laugh, they are also making an impact. “Stop @ Buzzed” has become a well-known phrase at CSB/SJU. …
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