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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 →
Contestants from the 2017 Speech Day competition (Photo: Mark Cassello). Students and faculty pile into the Barb Goodman “Blackbox” Theater. A podium adorned with CCSJ’s logo stands alone in the spotlight. A student reaches out and selects her topic—the “Speech Day” competition has begun. Speech...Read more →
(PHOTO: Associated Press) Calumet College of St. Joseph has a special connection to the historic march depicted in the 2014 movie Selma, which will be screened at 3:30 PM, Monday, Apr. 2, Room 315 as part of CCSJ's annual Humanities Festival. The running time of the film is 2 hours. Trip to Montgomery,...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 →
Johnathon Short and Timothy Jones have a lot in common. Both are from Chicago’s South Side. Both consider themselves men of God. Short is a deacon and Jones a pastor at the same Baptist church. But in the ongoing debate over whether NFL football players should stand for the National Anthem,...Read more →
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