Posts Tagged ‘community’

Perks of my Small Town Internship

Thursday, November 30th, 2017


Move in!

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

I’m in Duluth, and I have to say, I love this time of the year! I also love the quiet summers, but there is nothing as vibrant as the vibe in Duluth when students start arriving for college. It feels weird not being a part of it anymore, but I still feel connected being a graduate student. My advice for move in time is to enjoy it! Take photos, meet new people, and have an open mind. Do not judge, discriminate, or stereotype. Open your mind to endless opportunities and possibilities! This is the best time of the school year. And if you’re like me, you won’t be able to sleep before your first day of class..just as if you’re still in K-12! 

CSS Surveys

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Over the past 6 years of being a part of the St. Scholastica community, as both an undergraduate and graduate student, I have noticed the college does a really great job at taking students’ point of views, suggestions, and best interest into account when making changes geared at bettering the college. We most recently had an e-mail sent out from the Vice President of Student Affairs, Steve Lyons, that was requesting students to answer a 13 question survey for the CSS Strategic Planning Committee (e-mail below). It is really nice that the college appreciates the students thoughts and ideas when it comes to the important decisions of the school. Throughout the year there are numerous student satisfaction surveys sent out. I highly recommend filling these out, because your participation is greatly appreciated and not overlooked! CSS is constantly keeping your best interest in mind and looking to make your time here at CSS the most rewarding college experience possible.


Mentor Connection Graduation

Friday, April 14th, 2017


Amity Coffee Shop

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Looking for a nice, quaint place to study as the last few weeks before finals wind down? Head down to Amity Coffee located on 4429 E. Superior St. in Duluth. It is easy to get to and once there, it is quite cozy. The atmosphere is warm and inviting with aromas of freshly brewed coffee lingering in the air. They also have some options for snacks such as wraps, deli sandwiches, and delicious pastries. Get your #LoveOfLearning on at Amity Coffee. Check out their website, which prompts you to their facebook and twitter pages or just stop in for a coffee, scone, and a great environment to get some studying in!