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Harley Sutton, sophomore and business major at Calumet College of St. Joseph, set a record of 2,888 points at the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC). This Indoor Championship was held at Olivet Nazarene University on Feb.17-18. “Before each event, I like to visualize...Read more →
Every year, Calumet College of St. Joseph honors a student with the Edward Zivich Award. This accolade is presented in memory of long time CCSJ Professor Dr. Edward A. Zivich. The recipient’s name is put on a plaque and he or she is given a monetary reward. “The recipient...Read more →
More than 300 students will graduate from Calumet College of St. Joseph at its 55th annual commencement ceremony Saturday, May 20th at Rittenmeyer Gymnasium. The graduating class includes 17 associate's degree recipients, 200 bachelor recipients and 93 Master's recipients, A baccalaureate Mass...Read more →
Photo courtesy of Flickr user Saint Joseph College In January, St. Joseph College in Rensselaer, Indiana announced that it was suspending operation for the fall semester. The college is deep in debt and closing temporarily could be a way for the school to balance their financial deficit,...Read more →
The ongoing process to select Calumet College of St. Joseph’s new president is expected to reach a conclusion by February's end. After considering three candidates, the selection committee has narrowed their choice to two. The committee based its selection on guidelines that represent CCSJ’s...Read more →
Fidel Castro (left) with his brother and president of Cuba Raul Castro The death of 90-year-old Fidel Castro in November shocked the world. The passing of the Cuban dictator also drew mixed reactions from Americans from one of support to disdain. Of course, Cubans living in Miami...Read more →
Over the past weeks Calumet College of St. Joseph has hosted three candidates for our universities new president. The final decision will not be released until 2017. All of these candidates have numerous accomplishments under their belts and have gone through a rigorous application process as described...Read more →
In a sports year filled with historic championships, the 2016 Fall Classic was no different. A clash between franchises with the two longest title droughts in the league, the Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians in seven games. It was the first time the North Siders have won the World...Read more →
To say that my interest in voting is at an all-time low is an understatement. I have no interest in voting for a sexist, racist, tax evading, sliver-spoon businessman with no political experience, and who has openly admitted to being sexually attracted to his own daughter as president of the country...Read more →
Calumet College of St. Joseph President Dr. Dan Lowery loves to teach. So much so, that he plans to step down as president at the end of this school year to return to teaching. “It occurred to me that if I ever wanted to get back to teaching I better do it pretty quick because the clock is ticking,”...Read more →
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