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CCSJ students Arianna Canales, Alex Garibay and Emily Gomez share their favorites on the music scene. (Photos by Hannah Carr) By Hannah Carr -- Shavings Editor-in-Chief With an endless amount of music available, it's hard to discover listen worthy songs. Music lovers at Calumet College...Read more →
This year's graduating men and women senior basketball players announced who was their favorite professor/mentor at CCSJ. These teachers were nominated by the men and women’s basketball teams on Senior Day. After the women’s game the seniors were announced with their parents and after that they...Read more →
Former CCSJ Student Government President Luke Matulewicz, CCSJ class of 2017. (Photo provided) By Priscilla Aponte -- Shavings Staff Writer Calumet College student government has been around for decades now but it never gets easier for the student body president. The president...Read more →
By Priscilla Aponte -- Shavings Staff Writer Here at Calumet College the school is fairly small but we make do with what we have. The professors are great and the coaching staff in all sports is phenomenal and that is something hard to come across in a school. Calumet College is growing...Read more →
An official separates Portland Trail Blazers forward Ed Davis, left, and Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) and guard Terrance Ferguson (23) following a skirmish in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Sunday, March 25, 2018. (Photo: AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki) NBA...Read more →
I brought to a popular Facebook forum a question: Should college bowlers be allowed to compete in outside tournaments and earn cash prizes? Or should it be against school policy like in NCAA sanctioned teams? Why or why not? This forum is a common platform for bowlers in the United State Bowling...Read more →
As the semester comes to a close many students are preparing to graduate. Seniors, such as myself, are finally completing a huge chapter in life and are ready to take the next step in their lives. I think I speak for all seniors graduating when I say that it was a memorable ride. But I think I also...Read more →
In 2004, I joined the United States Coast Guard because I wanted to raise $5,000 for a down payment on a house, not because of some of sense of patriotism or patriotic duty. During my time in the Coast Guard, I learned values that have formed the man I am today. When those values are violated--such...Read more →
It all began on August 26, 2016. That’s when the San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick’s began kneeling for the National Anthem. A photo of the All-Pro quarterback was shot of him kneeling. His reason? He didn’t want to stand for a country that oppresses people of color. More than a year...Read more →
In recent months, NFL protesting has become prevalent and many have added their opinion. I can see the reasoning behind the protests but the prominent conflict within myself is whether the environment, where the protests took place, was the appropriate setting. To gain some clarity, I sought the opinions...Read more →
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