Emily Kiemele

  • Scholastica Closes Arizona Campus

    by - Apr 27, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu Last spring, the decision was made for the College of St. Scholastica to close its campus in Phoenix, AZ in cooperation with the strategic planning process implemented by President Colette Geary. The campus...
  • Grandma Teaching Fitness Class

    by - Apr 27, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu Karen Rathe-Ruona, who is 75 years old and grandmother to sophomore, Alysa Ruona, will be teaching a workout class, entitled “Motion is Lotion” to Scholastica students on campus in early May. The idea...
  • REVIEW: “Mission IMPROVable” Leaves Audience Laughing

    by - Apr 27, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu Last Monday, April 23, the improvisation group “Mission IMPROVable” performed for St. Scholastica students, hosted by the Campus Activities Board as part of Mayfest. The group consisted of four “agents” who all worked...
  • QSA Asks, “Can You Be Queer and Christian?”

    by - Apr 13, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu The College of St. Scholastica’s Queer-Straight Alliance hosted a panel including staff and students that addressed the question, “Can you be both queer and Christian?” Panel members included Reid Peterson, a freshman biochemistry...
  • Scholastica Expands on Stewardship by Adding Sustainability Program

    by - Apr 13, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu The College of St. Scholastica has added a new major/minor program: sustainability studies and the environment. The director for this new program, Dr. Drew Mannetter, and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Wolfgang...
  • Preview of Upcoming QSA Panel

    by - Mar 28, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu St. Scholastica’s Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) will be hosting a panel centered around the question: “Can you be queer and Christian?” QSA co-presidents, DyAnna Grondahl, a junior double major in psychology and peace...
  • Scholastica Choirs Put On Spring Concert

    by - Mar 23, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu Cantus Corde, Vox Anima, and Bella Voce, choirs of the College of St. Scholastica Music Department, put on their spring concert: Celebrate Spring. The three choirs took turns performing a list of songs...
  • Strategic Planning Committee Discusses Future of CSS

    by - Mar 9, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu In order to enhance the College of St. Scholastica community’s experience with the institution, members of Senate along with President Colette Geary are working with a strategic planning committee. They hosted a forum...
  • Scholastica Wows at Trivia Contest

    by - Mar 2, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu The College of St. Scholastica was well represented at this year’s WorldQuest trivia contest, hosted at University of Minnesota Duluth, with one of the three teams tying for first place. This was the...
  • Crafters Commence Knitting Fridays

    by - Feb 23, 2018
    Emily Kiemele ekiemele@css.edu The art of knitting or crocheting has been a soothing leisure activity for centuries and continues to be enjoyed by people of all ages. Here at the College of St. Scholastica, there is...