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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 →
Graduating from college is an exciting time for most because it marks a new beginning. After years of study and preparation, graduates will finally be able to put their degrees to work in the real world. Student John Lorenz, 24, of Elk Grove Village, Illinois near Chicago, will be receiving his Bachelor's...Read more →
Bradly Hamm was born in Hammond, Indiana, but was raised in Miami, Florida. He is a senior graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Professional Writing, as well as a rapper known as mdma with music on iTunes and over one-hundred thousand plays on his SoundCloud page, mdma radio. On why he came...Read more →
For the past four years, #42 has patrolled the outfield at Oil City Stadium for CCSJ’s baseball team. Now the Thornton Fractional North High School alum prepares for a new chapter in his life as he will be graduating following this spring semester. Senior Mikyl Fleming who most know him as “Mickey”...Read more →
It's that time of the year. It's time to reward all the effort, sweat and tears put on exams, projects, essays and speeches. For some, this is the biggest accomplishment they'll ever imagine to achieve. For others, it is the most meaningful thing that has happened to their families. It is time...Read more →
Thanksgiving break has ended, the leaves have fallen from the trees, and snow has begun to fall. College students everywhere are impatiently grinding out the last days of the fall semester. It’s that time of year again. If you think I was referring to the arrival of Christmas, I was not. No, my friends,...Read more →
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