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Senior Sister Bich Vu, came to Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) from Vietnam. She was born in the South Vietnamese village of Thanh Thang. Her parents were farmers, and she is the eldest of five siblings. While growing up, she dreamed of becoming a nun and an English teacher. She pursued her dream,...Read more →
Samantha "Sam" Lopez is from Sylmar, California, and she attended Bishop Alemany High School. While attending Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ), Sam was a member of the St. Gaspar’s Honors Learning Community, the softball team, and served as the student body president for her junior and senior...Read more →
Robert Davis V and Demetrius Banks jumped their way to qualifying for the NAIA national track meet that will be held in Alabama May 23-25. (Photo: CCSJ Athletics) The 2018-19 academic year brought multiple accomplishes for athletes at Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ). Ten fall athletes were...Read more →
Jesse Eisenberg (left) as James Brennan in "Adventureland" (2009). As commencement approaches, CCSJ seniors are looking back on their years spent as a college student and are looking forward to their futures as college graduates. They may be experiencing a range of emotions: anticipation, contentment,...Read more →
The 2018-19 academic year brought new and exciting changes to the campus of Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ). In the near future, students will have additional housing options when they attend CCSJ. This month, the university will sign a master lease to accommodate up to 48 students in a new apartment...Read more →
Jared Arambula celebrates with his father, Doug, after the U.S. won the Paralympic gold in men's basketball. (Photo: Jared Arambula / Post-Tribune) Calumet College of St. Joseph's (CCSJ) seventh annual Humanities Festival is approaching and this year's theme is the underdog. The festival begins...Read more →
The Pullman Factory Administration Building is to house a future Visitors Center for the national monument. (Photo: Mark Cassello) Did you know the Pullman National Monument is located only about 15 minutes away from Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ)? Professor Mark Cassello will host “The...Read more →
(Credit: Sean Adair/Reuters/Corbis) By Jesse Fuerte For those who stand watch for the U.S. Coast Guard Station New York, life can be predictable. Two days on, two days off, and sliding weekends. Carlos Perez was a Boatswains Mate third class for the Coast Guard and a newly minted...Read more →
Universal Picture's "Get Out" will be featured at Movie Night at CCSJ on Wednesday, April 4 at 5 p.m. CCSJ invites students to the event as well as trivia night. (Photo: Universal Pictures) To ensure that Calumet College is a campus that engages with the students CCSJ will host Trivia Night while...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 →
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