Meet the Writers
Tayler Boelk is a junior at St. Scholastica. She is majoring in English, while also minoring in biology. Tayler plans to attend graduate school and obtain her doctorate after her time at CSS. She is the Business and Advertising Manager for The Cable, and she works for the newspaper because it offers a chance for students to build their portfolio and gain valuable skills related to journalism and teamwork. She also thinks it’s a great way to get involved on campus and loves the people.
Sister Edith Bogue
Sister Edith Bogue is a Benedictine Sister and has been active with the Peace & Justice Lecture Series and Campus Ministry. She majored in history during college, received her master’s in generic social work practice, and then went into sociology and social work in her doctoral program. For The Cable, Sister Edith writes the Visum Monachae (A Sister’s View) column. She writes for The Cable because it’s fun, challenging, thought-provoking, and creative.
Allison Brennhofer is a sophomore at the College of St. Scholastica and is majoring in humanities. She is interested in either curating at a museum or becoming a librarian. Allison is the Student Senate Reporter, so she writes mainly news stories for The Cable. She writes for The Cable, because she just simply loves writing. It holds her accountable for writing something for fun every week and she loves knowing information.
Tasha Engesser is a junior at St. Scholastica. She is a psychology major, pre-med intended. She is hoping to be accepted into a medical school, where she plans to study psychiatric medicine. Eventually, Tasha hopes to specialize in child psychiatry. She currently writes general assignment articles for The Cable, which usually ends up being whatever looks the most interesting to her that week. Tasha writes for The Cable because she was looking to become active in the St. Scholastica community, and it’s also a great way to meet faculty members she wouldn’t normally interact with.
Megan Glenn is a junior double major at The College of St. Scholastica. One of her majors is English, which is already completed. The other is communications with a journalism focus, which is what she is in the process of completing. She would like to work at companies like Game Informer or IGN so she can play video games and write about them as well. As far as The Cable goes, Megan is the Social Justice beat, meaning she writes about social justice related topics around campus. She writes for The Cable because it’s relevant to her as a journalism major, and she just finds it fun.
Chad Graden is a sophomore at St. Scholastica. He is currently studying in the education field and plans to become an English teacher, along with continuing to coach robotics and baseball within the school he works at. Chad writes for the “voice” section in The Cable and has his own column named “Hooah”. He is a combat veteran of Afghanistan and writes for The Cable because he wants people to understand a little more about the Veteran student.
DyAnna Grondahl is a first-year psychology student at The College of St. Scholastica. She would like to practice as a child psychologist, possibly working with art therapy. DyAnna writes anything except sports for The Cable, and enjoys writing for the newspaper because it’s a very flexible job/activity to participate in on campus.
Rachel Grubb is a sophomore psychology student at St. Scholastica. As of now, Rachel is deciding if she should stick with her plan of getting her masters in Occupational Therapy, or if she should switch to forestry or become a paramedic. She is responsible for layout design and editing at The Cable. Rachel joined the newspaper because she enjoyed writing and designing, and figured it was a good way to actively keep herself conscious about local events.
Shelbey Hascall is a sophomore nursing major at St. Scholastica. Her short-term goal is to graduate with her RN, and possibly re-enlist in the Army when her contract expires. Eventually, Shelbey wants to become a Nurse Anesthetist and work at the Children’s Hospital in St. Paul. She writes columns and creates cartoons in the voice section of The Cable. Shelbey joined The Cable because she has always had a love of writing, and although she wants a job with nursing, she can still have the best of both worlds by writing columns and cartoons for the campus newspaper.
Allissah Jerome is a junior exercise physiology student at St. Scholastica. After graduating from CSS, Allissah plans to go to graduate school for physical therapy. Her future goal is to become a physical therapist, although she still doesn’t know what she wants to specialize in. As far as The Cable goes, Allissah writes the stories that sound the most interesting, no matter what section they fall under. She writes for The Cable because she thinks it’s really cool to be one of the first people to get the inside scoop on a story and help bring the story to life. She also likes writing for The Cable because it helps offset the cost of college.
Anja Kadijevic is a junior at The College of St. Scholastica. She is majoring in computer science and graphic design. She is also a part of the women’s ice hockey team at CSS. Anja ultimately wants to find a job that will allow her to combine art with programming, possibly being a part of a bigger design company in New York City. She is the Layout Editor for The Cable and works for the newspaper because of the awesome staff and the ability to improve getting students’ attention in reading The Cable.
Carly is in her third year at The College of St. Scholastica. She is a social work major with an English minor. As of now, Carly is thinking of holding a position at a juvenile detention center or being a school social worker. She is the Arts & Entertainment Editor and writes for The Cable because she’s always enjoyed writing and has formed great personal and professional relationships with the people she works with.
Randi Lovelett is a first-year student at St. Scholastica. She is undeclared at the moment, but is leaning towards a major in computer science. Randi is one of the cartoonists that draws comic strips for The Cable. The comic strip she is responsible for is “The Adventures of Gigi & Biscuit”. Although she is a talented artist, Randi hopes to include both her artistic ability and her interest in computers into her job goal by becoming a programmer or technician in Web design. Randi draws for the cable because it’s a great way to share her experiences so far at St. Scholastica and a nice outlet for her creative ideas.
Jimmy Lovrien is a junior at St. Scholastica. He is majoring in both English and history and hopes to write for a small or mid-sized newspaper, preferably in Minnesota. He’d also like to attend graduate school for journalism. Jimmy is on the track and field team, as well as the cross country team at CSS. He is the Editor-in-Chief for The Cable, and he chooses to do this because it allows him to learn more about higher education, work with fun people, and learn first hand what is expected of an editor. Jimmy is enjoying the challenge of trying to reinvigorate the CSS student paper known as The Cable.
Matt Maybon is a first-year student at St. Scholastica. He is currently planning on majoring in computer science and communications. His hope is to become a software programmer and possibly someday working at home. Matt is an Arts & Entertainment writer for The Cable, and works for the newspaper because he likes reviewing events like concerts and plays. It also helps his motivation to become more involved around school.
Steven Mueggenberg is a junior computer science major at The College of St. Scholastica. Steven chose computer science because he has enjoyed using computers since he was young, so he decided to make a career out of it. Steven is a member of the Nordic Skiing team at St. Scholastica. As far as what the future holds, Steven wants to work in the IT department for a company in Duluth so he can do his two favorite things: use computers and enjoy the outdoors. Steven is the Online Content Manager for The Cable, and works for the newspaper because it’s a great opportunity to apply his computer knowledge.
Emily Nelson is a junior at St. Scholastica and is majoring in communication. Her future goal is to simply be happy, and she can see herself pursuing a master’s degree abroad one day. Emily is a photographer for The Cable, but she occasionally writes a feature story or an arts and entertainment story. She works for The Cable because it’s a great experience for her as a communication major.
Risako Oya is a sophomore at St. Scholastica. She is majoring in biology (pre-med) and art. Risako is a member of the women’s tennis team at CSS. As far as her future goes, Risako hopes to be a doctor and save many lives. She is responsible for the “Adventure of RU” in the cartoon section of The Cable, and draws for the paper because she loves anime and manga.
Shawn Pohlmann is a sophomore computer science/information systems major at The College of St. Scholastica. He hopes to be a software developer in the future. Shawn is a sports writer for The Cable, and writes for the paper because he already follows all of the sports at CSS and finds it interesting to talk to the athletes.
Celine Provost is a junior at St. Scholastica. Her major is organizational behavior and hopes to work in the Human Resources department of a large company (such as Securian, where she received an internship). She also wouldn’t mind getting her master’s degree in business administration. Celine is The Opinion and Voices Editor for The Cable, and writes for the paper because she has always had a passion for writing and sees value in what written word can do.
Madison Reynolds is a first-year student at the College of St. Scholastica. She plans on majoring in organizational behavior with a communications minor. With her degree she hopes to become a Human Resources Manager. Madison writes for either the “news” section or the “arts and entertainment” section for The Cable. She writes for The Cable because she finds writing to be extremely enjoyable, and thought it would be a great way to continue creative writing in college.
Dylan Zimmerman is a sophomore student at The College of St. Scholastica. He is majoring in management with a communications minor. He wants to become an athletic director of a high school or college, with possible coaching on the side. If this job were to not happen, he still hopes to remain in some kind of higher-end management position for an athletic organization. Dylan is a member of the basketball team at St. Scholastica. He is the Sports Editor for The Cable, and he writes for the newspaper because he enjoys writing stories, and having the ability to watch and write about sports is a bonus.