Archive for the ‘Housing and Residential Life’ Category


Monday, April 30th, 2018

One of our core values at CSS is Hospitality. As members of the community, it is important to treat our neighbors and guest with the utmost respect and offer them a home whenever they are in need or guest. Last week, the student community, staff, faculty, showed us why this is a core value. there was an incident not far from with an explosion which caused the Wisconsin community endangered to breath the air due to the smoke caused by the incident. Student at UWS were required to evacuate to prevent them from inhaling potential harmful air. CSS provided the UWS students hospitality at the BWC. Students volunteered their time at the BWC to help set up and greet the students. In addition, Students were asked to offer UWS students a room in their apartment. The amount of students who volunteered or offered a room to the UWS students was incredible! I am glad I come from a school with such strong core values!

Cruz Family

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

I wanted to take some time to show off my family from CSS!ome

Dorms Have Very Hard Mattresses: Pad or Topper??

Sunday, April 15th, 2018

When looking as an incoming freshman, you see on a lot of lists of things to bring to a dorm is a mattress pad or mattress topper. I, myself was very confused at the differences and what they each did.


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.


Driving Back Home

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Luckily for CSS Students, we still got today off for Easter Break! Tomorrow classes will resume for us, but I don’t have class on Tuesday’s, so I will be driving home tomorrow morning.  Unfortunately I still have to work and have plenty to do this week for schoolwork.  Also, another fun fact that spring volleyball is starting up this week and I will be helping them out throughout their season due to small numbers this year.  Anyways, I always get emails around breaks for people looking to find rides home from the cities or up North, and I’ve heard that they always find a ride back, which amazes me.  I had never really thought of asking anyone and everyone for a ride, but I think that is because I’ve always had a ride.  I hope that everyone is toughing out the snow on the way home and hopefully everyone gets to Duluth safe and sound!!! Can’t wait to see y’all at school again this week!