Voices

  • Q: Polyamory

    - Apr 27, 2018
    Jemma Provance jprovance@css.edu Relationships are typically defined as exclusive monogamy. But monogamy is not for everyone. People who identify as polyamorous prefer not to limit themselves and are open to dating more than one person at...
  • HOOAH!: This is Goodbye

    - Apr 27, 2018
    Chad Graden cgraden@css.edu Since this is the last regular issue of the year, I would like to take the time to say goodbye to anyone that reads my column. This is a really bittersweet time for...
  • Visum Monachae… On Commencement

    - Apr 27, 2018
    Sister Edith Bogue ebogue@css.edu The next two weeks are filled to overflowing. Presentations, projects, and papers jostle with award ceremonies and the last bits of Mayfest. Then a week of late-nights: cramming for students, making or...
  • Literature with Melinda: “And Then There Were Known”

    - Apr 27, 2018
    Melinda Rydberg mrydberg@css.edu Sometimes getting scared is fun, right? Well, for most people, being scared is not the most exciting thing in the world. Nonetheless, in a safe environment, the flood of adrenaline and rush of...
  • HOOAH!: Most Difficult

    - Apr 20, 2018
    Chad Graden cgraden@css.edu When I was in the Army, I had many difficult moments that were hard to deal with. Being away from my kids and family was the hardest part. Being deployed to Afghanistan was...
  • Q: Multisexualities

    - Apr 20, 2018
    Jemma Provance jprovance@css.edu I have now discussed the vast array of genders that exist in the world, so now I may discuss the state of being attracted to many or all of them. At long last,...
  • Visum Monachae… On Satan’s Promises

    - Apr 20, 2018
    Sister Edith Bogue ebogue@css.edu “Do you reject Satan… And all his empty promises?” During the Easter Season, Catholics hear these words often as they renew their baptismal promises on Sundays. For quite a while, Satan was...
  • Literature with Melinda: “A Light in the Attic”

    - Apr 20, 2018
    Melinda Rydberg mrydberg@css.edu Finals week is slowly creeping closer and closer, and students are being bombarding with schoolwork. From writing papers to working on group projects, students are feeling the pressure that comes with the end...
  • Ned Talks: 4/20/2018

    - Apr 20, 2018
    Ned the Narwhal cable@css.edu “The senior slide is real. How can I stay motivated for the rest of the semester?” It is that time of year when everyone is feeling lazier and lazier. With May just...
  • Literature with Melinda: The Jewel of Medina

    - Apr 13, 2018
    Melinda Rydberg mrydberg@css.edu It is always important to learn about different cultures and be aware of how other people live so we can learn to accept everyone for who they are. Learning about other cultures and...