Posts Tagged ‘Student Life’


Saturday, December 8th, 2018

In my Legal Aspects of management class, we were assigned a Business Owner Interview project. All of us were allowed to interview business owners’ of our choice.


Intramural Playoffs

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Next week is already Intramural Championship week! All the sports, soccer, volleyball, basketball, and tennis will have a champion by the end of next week. Playoffs get super competitive for the sports, so it’s important for me and my fellow officials to keep the games fun and safe. In addition to it being playoff week, everyone is also encouraged to wear an ugly sweater! There will be a contest and the best dressed will get a gift card to SuperOne Foods. Come watch intramurals next week and cheer on your fellow Saints!

Legacy Toys

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Wondering around the Miller Hill Mall yesterday, I discovered a store that let me escape to a different world. I was essentially at the Mall to check out Old Navy and buy a pair of running or cross-fit training shoes. However, I had to make my way to Victoria’s Secret and get my hands on some of those elegant designs. Well, you can imagine after all that running around and mental work, I need to refuel before I did anything else. So I made my way to grab a snack…got a footlong sub and ate half only to find one of the treasures of Duluth (personal opinion).


Keeping Busy Indoors

Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

Ever feel like you are stuck indoors and don’t really know what to do with your time. This might be a real issue especially for International students (I know cause I am one), with winter break coming up. If you haven’t already made plans to visit relatives, friends in other cities and states, or simply don’t have a definite idea about what you are going to do.


A little about Thanksgiving

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Being an international student, I had never known or even heard of certain festivals, traditions, customs that were followed nation-wide in the United States. However, coming here over three years ago exposed me to a lot of the unsung, unknown and in some cases unidentified cultural practices.