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$17.5 million facility will open in October. (Photo: Jesse Fuerte) HAMMOND, In. – From new basketball and volleyball clubs to youth soccer programs, Hammond’s new state-of-the-art Sportsplex will offer great opportunities for those who participate in organized sports or leagues. “Sports...Read more →
WHITING, Ind. – The mission for the 2018 Pierogi 5k Stumble was simple. Make it bigger and better than the last. Mission accomplished. The third annual race on the campus of Calumet College of St. Joseph and the surrounding area more than doubled in size since this time last year. Over 400 runners...Read more →
Students and faculty are encouraged to attend Tuesday's blood drive at CCSJ. The blood drive is from noon to 5 p.m. in room 200. (Photo for illustration only). By Priscilla Aponte - Shavings Staff Writer On Tuesday, April 24 the American Red Cross blood drive will be taking place in room 200 and the school...Read more →
One of the high-tech voting boxes for student government elections. Come out and vote! (Photo by Jesse Fuerte/CCSJ). By David Whitaker - Shavings Staff Writer Do you think you got what it takes to run the school? Tired of being someone who follows the rules instead of enforcing your...Read more →
A protester carries an upside down American flag as she walks along Sixth Avenue while demonstrating in November 2016. Rebellion is this year's theme to the annual Humanities Festival at CCSJ the week of April 2nd to April 6th (Photo: MSNBC). The sixth annual Humanities Festival 2018 has arrived...Read more →
Jeffrey Holden and Tyler James are both members of the CCSJ Bowling team. The team is heading to compete in the national championships in Lincoln, Nebraska April 18-21st. (Photo: CCSJ Athletics) WHITING - Calumet College of St. Joseph will be among 16 teams to compete at the 2018 Intercollegiate National...Read more →
Urban Farm Internship at Faith Farms & Orchard Description FAITH Farms & Orchard, located in the Downtown Emerson neighborhood of Gary, Indiana is looking for interns that are energetic, outgoing, and hardworking. At FAITH Farms & Orchard, you will be working alongside community leaders,...Read more →
Calumet College of St. Joseph strives to boost school enrollment by starting with the "Refer a Friend" program. The program encourages students to tell friends about the school, being a smaller school in Indiana, many students bypass CCSJ: Not because of the school or its program, but simply because...Read more →
Full Podcast Available Here: By Oliden Herrera When longtime Calumet College of St. Joseph President Dr. Lowery announced his retirement last year, it sparked an immediate search for a successor by the college. The process took six months to complete. After careful selection from a pool...Read more →
The CCSJ book rental program was launched this semester, and it is already polarizing opinions. Supporters of the program emphasize the benefits of time, convenience, and cost. Critics point out that the cost of their textbooks do not add up to the flat $350.00 fee. Additionally, choice of the book...Read more →
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