By Taylor Kainz • [email protected]
As we are nearing the end of the semester, most of us are trying to cut down on making any more trips to the grocery store. However, most of us are sick and tired of eating PB&J and a cup of soup for every meal. Here are some recipes to take the mundane out of the leftover boxes of pasta, packets of ramen and stranded bags of vegetables hiding away in the back of the freezer. (more…)
By Jack Colleran – [email protected]
Growing up with siblings can be a pain. You are left battling for all the crucial necessities: your own room, money from your parents and of course, the family car. Now, just imagine if you were one of three. That’s right, a triplet. Better yet, imagine that you all decided to attend the same college. For some here at CSB/SJU, this is a reality. (more…)
By Joseph Mahowald and Kyle Olson
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This week we bring you the final Brew Log of the year. We have enjoyed having the chance to share some new beers with you and hope that you have gained a deeper appreciation for craft beer. (more…)
The 42nd edition of Studio One, CSB/SJU’s literary and visual art journal, was released Friday, April 28.
Within the pages of this year’s issue lies an interview with Fanny Howe, a notable American poet who won the Ruth Lilly poetry prize, as well as submissions from people in the CSB/SJU community and around the world. While this year’s issue includes visual art that makes up most of the publication, there are still numerous poems and one short story. (more…)
With paper deadlines and finals approaching, this past Easter break I did what any sane college student would do: I cuddled up on the sofa with my dog, Wilma, on one side of me and a bag of sea salt and vinegar chips on the other and binge-watched a whole Netflix series.
As a frequent binge-watcher, here are my reactions to the characters, plot and bigger themes of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.
Case Day: love it, hate it, are ambivalent toward it; participate in it or not, you probably know it.
For the unaware, Case Day is a non-school-sactioned CSB/SJU tradition (albeit a tradition which is widely disapproved of by the administration) in which participants attempt to drink a case of beer (24 cans) in a 24 hour period. But where did Case Day come from? When did it start?