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Religion and science will meet at Calumet College of St. Joseph to discuss urban farming and the benefits that come from it. On Tuesday, April 5th, Sam Wortman, assistant professor at the University of Illinois and Rev. Curtis Whittaker Sr. of Gary will speak in Room 200 at 1:45 p.m. Wortman...Read more →
Actors Gwen Moliga and Bronte Eather from SubUrbia On Nov. 19-21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m., Professor Dado Gyure's performing arts class will stage a production of Eric Bogosian's award-winning play subUrbia, a drama centering on a group of aimless 20-somethings in a New Jersey suburb. The play was performed...Read more →
PHOTO: From left to right: Alexis Johnican, Brad Hamm, Professor Skiba, Alexa Hogueisson, Kailee Cahill, and Cassie Taylor For the third year in a row, CCSJ students attended The Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Ontario, Canada as part of the English course, The Drama. One student recounts his experience. This...Read more →
Wisconsin Native Bishop Donald J. Hying becomes the new Bishop of The Diocese of Gary. For the past ten months, the Diocese of Gary has been getting to know its new bishop. The bishop has been getting to know his new diocese. Bishop Donald J. Hying has made it his mission to visit every parish, school,...Read more →
The “Sword of Shannara” is a wonderful read for anyone who enjoys the fantasy or science fiction genre. Set in a place known as the Four Lands that is inhabited by humans, elves, dwarves, trolls and much more, this book combines magic with mythology and folklore as well as hidden elements of sci fi for those...Read more →
Within Calumet College of Saint Joseph’s mission statement, it states “the College promotes the inherent dignity of all people, social justice, and ethic of service, student empowerment, opportunity, and lifelong learning.” This statement connects strongly with Dr. King’s own mission of providing...Read more →
Broadway, one of the biggest and most important theater houses in the world, just had the best year of its long, storied history. According to The Broadway League, which is the national trade association for the Broadway theater industry, Broadway closed the 2014 year with its highest attendance numbers...Read more →
During the entire month of October 2014, India paid tribute to films inspired by the stories of the late Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez. The Colombian Embassy in cooperation with the Cervantes Institute in New Delhi (a non profit-organization in charge of promoting the Spanish language...Read more →
Join the Calumet College of St. Joseph family as we celebrate Thanksgiving Dinner on November the 27th. Every year on the fourth Thursday of November, America celebrates Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving was first celebrated not in the United States of America but in Colonial Plymouth, Massachusetts. In...Read more →
On November 1, 2014, Universal Pictures will release the trailer for one of the most anticipated films of 2015: “Furious 7.” Die hard fans of the series will have the pleasure of watching the first preview of what will be the sequel to “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” (2006). That...Read more →
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