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Moving In Early

by / August 1st, 2018 / No Comments »
There's always a couple of students who get to move in earlier before school starts. Usually, these are the athletes who start their training sessions earlier in the year, Freshmen who are partaking in events or those whose on-campus job starts earlier. Last year I moved from Cedar, my Summer housing to Somers, two weeks before school started. One of my on-campus jobs requires me to arrive earlier and this year I will be moving to the Bricks. During my first year at CSS, I was placed in Scanlon which has been by far my favorite, I am looking forward to seeing my apartment for this upcoming year.

Duluth featured in the WSJ

by / July 31st, 2018 / No Comments »
Yesterday as I read through a couple articles on the WSJ website I came to read one mentioning Duluth. The title of this article was " What Duluth Can Teach America about Declining Political Civility" Read the rest of this entry »

Big four conference

by / July 31st, 2018 / No Comments »
Thankful my accounting professor introduced me to the big four accounting conference In Minneapolis. After applying, I received additional information for next week. All big four companies will be at the fair. I have heard many students receive full time or internship simply by leaving a great impression. I can’t wait for the conference.

Liverpool with the Men’s soccer team

by / July 31st, 2018 / No Comments »
In two weeks the men’s soccer team will be traveling around England for their pre-season. The team will be trained by the Liverpool coaching staff. I have purchased a Liverpool jersey just in case anyone wants to sigh it. The trip to England occurs every four years. It is a great opportunity to gain technical experience with professionals. The team will also play four games and watch four live English Premier League games.

Accessing The New Yorker

by / July 28th, 2018 / No Comments »
A couple of weeks ago the CSS Library started offering students access to a digital version of the New Yorker. We will have access to all issues starting from those from 1925 to the most recent one. This resource will allow students to stay up to date with both national and international news. To access this head to and search for New Yorker.