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Your Story: Josie Nistler

By Megan Flynn
January 30th, 2016

Last September, Josie Nistler landed at the Belfast International Airport to begin her four month study abroad program in Northern Ireland. She was just as excited as many of her classmates who were studying abroad last fall, but there was …
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Underappreciated Majors: Environmental Studies

By Mollee Girgen
January 30th, 2016

There’s more to this major than playing in dirt. The first thing to know while speaking with an environmental studies Major is that it’s not called dirt. It’s soil. “Personally one of my favorite parts is our soil labs. We …
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From Student to Teacher

By Katie Kocourek
January 30th, 2016

During one semester of senior year, Education majors spend their days in the classroom learning and experiencing what being a full-time teacher is like. They are living in two very different worlds, the professional world and the college world. These …
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Return of the Musical

By Ellen Bartyzal
January 30th, 2016

Why don’t we do more musicals? In the past ten years the Theater Department at CSB/SJU has put on 56 shows—only six of which have been musicals. With the announcement of the upcoming musical “Urinetown,” across campus, students have noticed …
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Glueing with Groen: Note Organizer

By Shelby Groen
January 22nd, 2016

It’s a new year and the start of New Year resolutions. A common goal for the New Year is personal organization. There are many ways to get organized. You can get totes and bins, drawer organizers, shoe racks; you can …
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CSB Alumna takes stage as classic Mary Poppins

By Emily McGrath
January 22nd, 2016

The classic from Walt Disney and the stories of P.L. Travers’ comes to life this weekend on the stage of Escher Auditorium. Mary Poppins and the Banks family have made their way to CSB thank to the efforts of Great …
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Movie Review: ‘The Revenant,’ A Human Story

By Chris Beeth
January 22nd, 2016

Cinema can often provide an insightful glance into the cultural zeitgeist; a reflection of societal values and desires. “The Revenant”’s critical and public acclaim is best interpreted as a reaction. A response. A reply. Incited by a medium oversaturated with …
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Ice Ice Baby

By Sean Kelly
January 22nd, 2016

As fall turns into winter, most college students retreat into their dorms in order to stay warm. This has not been the case, however, for SJU first-year, Mitch Fritz. During his downtime, Fritz has put his time to good use …
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Not Your Grandma’s Knitting

By Megan Flynn
January 22nd, 2016

The craft practiced stereotypically by grandmothers and great aunts is coming back among young adults and students at CSB are part of the trend. “People definitely didn’t used to see it as our generation,” said Caitlin Luby, a CSB sophomore. …
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A game for everyone: SJU Junior forms Tabletop Gaming Club

By Michael Swearingen
December 4th, 2015

Twenty-sided dice roll across a table triggering an uproar of laughter and witty remarks from three 9th-grade boys. One of them, Jon Zierden, looks down to see a twenty. The best score you can get in a game called Dungeons …
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