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  • Q&A with Diane Swanoski

    - Dec 9, 2016
    ajerome1@css.edu Alexandrea Jerome What is your role on campus/title? I actually work two departments. I’m half time for career services and half time for counseling services and I’m the administrative assistant for both. How long have...
  • Painting Commemorates Former President Goodwin

    - Dec 2, 2016
    Abigail Blonigen ablonigen@css.edu While the College of St. Scholastica’s new president, Dr. Collette Geary, has been settling into her new Duluthian home, Associate Professor of Art Paul LaJeunesse, has been working on a piece to commemorate...
  • Q&A with Nancy Sawyer

    - Dec 1, 2016
    Alexandrea Jerome ajerome1@css.edu What is your role on campus/title? Right now, it’s a cashier. Why did you decide to work here? I started out just at part-time hours because I had kids at school, and wanted...
  • Veterans Recognized at St. Scholastica

    - Nov 11, 2016
    Abigail Blonigen ablonigen@css.edu For most, memories of war are distant: learned in history class or seen on the news. For others, the memories are closer to home: stories from a grandparent, brother, or aunt. But for...
  • Q & A with Dr. Schlater

    - Nov 11, 2016
    Allissah Jerome ajerome@css.edu The Cable sits down with Dr. Amber Schlater, Assistant Professor of Biology at The College of St. Scholastica. What is your role here on campus? So, I’m teaching all the phys labs and...
  • Get to know Anthony

    - Nov 4, 2016
    Q&A with Anthony Boe Alexandrea Jerome ajerome1@css.edu What is your year in school and major? Second year. I’m a business marketing and management double major What do you hope to do after graduation? I would like...
  • Q&A with Chris Simons

    - Oct 28, 2016
    Madison Reynolds mreynolds@css.edu Chris Simons, the account manager and site supervisor for on campus security told the Cable a little bit about himself and what his plans are for the future. Where are you from? “I...
  • Shakespeare’s First Folio Comes to Duluth

    - Oct 21, 2016
    Abigail Blonigen ablonigen@css.edu Shakespeare has been in the Duluth air like leaves this month. From concerts to films to lectures, it’s hard to go about without hearing mention of The Bard. Why is this? It just...
  • Presidential Election 2016: Who are you Voting for?

    - Oct 14, 2016
    Abigail Blonigen ablonigen@css.edu As election day draws closer and closer, it is hard to go anywhere without hearing mentions of the names Hillary and Trump. Whether it is on Facebook or on yard signs, it seems...
  • CSS Instructor Runs Superior Hiking Trail

    - Sep 30, 2016
    Abigail Blonigen ablonigen@css.edu The Superior Hiking Trail is a 310 mile long journey that runs from Otter Lake Road, close to Canada, to Jay Cooke State Park, just south of Duluth. The trail is along the...