Posts Tagged ‘fun’


Monday, September 10th, 2018

If you are interested in joining an intramural sport this fall, there are a variety of different sports you can choose from. However, the deadline is fast approaching. The deadline is set for this Friday, September 14th so if you think you want to sign up for a sport, it is in your best interest to do so as soon as possible. Some of the sports offered for this fall include flag football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, and knockerball. The seasons for each sport run from September 16th until October 26th and are a great way to hang out with your friends and make new ones, as well, in a competitive, but fun environment. Here is the link to sign up if you are interested: And if you don’t have enough people to form a team of your own, you can still sign up and join another!

Super Big Block Party

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

This coming Saturday in Duluth is the fourth annual Super Big Block Party. This event includes a great lineup of local artists and bands, food trucks, beverage tents, and a lot more. The headlining band is Hippo Campus, which is one of my favorite bands right now. I have seen them multiple times and they always put on a great show. The event runs from 1:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and if you are over 21, there is also an after party with more live music that you can attend. General admission tickets are just $25 for the day or $35 if you get them the day of the event. I am really looking forward to this event and I hope to see some of you there. You can learn more about the event at

Scholastica’s First-ever Annual Fishbowl 2018.

Saturday, May 5th, 2018

April 24, 2018, marked the beginning of a new college tradition for Scholastica with its first-ever ‘Annual FishBowl’. A small-scale portrayal of the big-screen show-Shark Tank was the central theme of this event organized by the SBT Student Club, led by Taryn Hersch and Matthew Rider with the support of their crew. Four business ideas were presented that evening to be assessed by a mix of four judges from distinct professional backgrounds. The long-awaited evening was Mic controlled and enthusiastic judges-Jason Chavez, Molly Solberg, Brian James and David Anstett, were introduced by Megan Perry-Spears. Our resourceful judges were able to let the participants takeaway a whole bunch of crucial feedback.


Easter Break

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Some of the advantages of going to a Catholic (or Christian) school definitely include Easter Break. This short break that runs Thursday through Monday of the Easter Holidays is a nice time to go home.


Soccer Game to Unite Sports

Sunday, March 25th, 2018

This past Thursday, the men’s ski team and women’s soccer team faced off in a 90 minute game at St. Scholastica. Earlier in the year the men challenged us to a game up at the soccer field. Of course we accepted. The day was chilly and windy, but we did not care because we were determined to beat the men. To our surprise, we found out the men had actually trained for this game. Not to our surprise, the ski team was in way better shape than any of us were. The teams went back and forth scoring goals, having a lot of fun. With a few minutes left in the game, the ski team scored, and women’s soccer had lost to the men’s ski team… We were upset. Even though we lost, both teams had so much fun competing and we decided to rematch later this year when it is warmer. I am looking forward to it!