Voices

  • Health Class: Testicular Cancer

    - Apr 28, 2017
    Julianna French jfrench@css.edu Following last week’s discussion on menstruation, our focus this week will be on reproductive problems males face. Testicular cancer affects approximately 0.4% of men and makes up 0.5% of all new cancer cases....
  • Visum Monachae…On Flying

    - Apr 28, 2017
    Sister Edith Bogue ebogue@css.edu Everyone has seen the shocking videos of Chicago’s Aviation Police prying Dr. David Dao out of his seat so employees could have it. Passengers, seeing his injuries, screamed “Oh my God” as...
  • HOOAH!: Gone

    - Apr 28, 2017
    Chad Graden cgraden@css.edu It’s Christmas Eve, I am standing in the terminal at the Duluth airport waiting for my flight back overseas. It’s snowing so badly that I don’t understand how an airplane can even fly...
  • Visum Monachae… On Jobs

    - Apr 21, 2017
    Sister Edith Bogue ebogue@css.edu I’m hearing a lot of talk about jobs in the hallways at CSS. Summer jobs. Jobs after graduation. Job offers. Dream jobs. Waiting for job results. Dealing with recruiters. Job rejections. Dream...
  • Hooah!: Muslims

    - Apr 21, 2017
    Chad Graden cgraden@css.edu When 9/11 happened I was upset and scared like everyone else. I wanted revenge and answers to why these people attacked us like they did, and why they chose to kill thousands of...
  • International Students and the Executive Orders: What You May Not See

    - Apr 21, 2017
    Eleni Birhane ebirhane@css.edu The United States of America is a country established by immigrants founded on the values of diversity, equality and freedom. These are things that international students have heard about the U.S. before coming...
  • Health Class: Concussed

    - Apr 7, 2017
    Julianna French jfrench@css.edu What do rugby players, football players, soccer players, and klutzes have in common? Their lifestyles eventually lead to concussions. That’s because these groups tend to hit their heads more often which leads to...
  • Visum Monachae… On Intellectual Freedom

    - Apr 7, 2017
    Sister Edith Bogue ebogue@css.edu Last month, protesters shouted Charles Murray off the podium at Middlebury College, an elite school in Vermont. A controversial social scientist, he had been invited to speak by a Middlebury student organization....
  • Hooah!: Feminism Part Two

    - Apr 7, 2017
    Chad Graden cgraden@css.edu Because feminism is such a heated topic, it will take two articles to get through everything I want to make a point about. Last week I talked about allowing women into combat arms,...
  • HooAh!: It’s okay to be a Feminist

    - Mar 31, 2017
    Chad Graden cgraden@css.edu Okay, I know what you’re all thinking. The word feminist is a scary word. That word has a reputation of being over the top, man-hating, and manly-woman related. After the recent election, the...