Posts Tagged ‘CSSLife’

School of Business and Technology Club

Tuesday, August 6th, 2019

Today I would like to talk to you guys about the School of Business and Technology Club. When you will go to Saint-Scholastica, there will be dozens of exciting clubs to join. Today I would like to talk about the Business and technology club more specifically. It’s a club that focuses on lessons and advice for students in majors in the School Business and Technology. However any students from any majors are welcome as their lessons are applicable to all majors. During the weekly meeting they will talk about how to prepare for an interview, how to prepare and make a successful elevator pitch, LinkedIn and Handshake sessions to have an attractive profile for employers. They also have this big event every year called the Fish Bowl. It is basically like Shark Tank, every day student of the school can participate and present their marketable item in front of a panel composed of professors and duluth business owners. You can participate too if you have a good idea!

Enger Park and Enger Tower

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

Hi all! If you have not been to Duluth before and is wondering whatyou could visit, consider going to Enger Park and Enger Tower. The park is beautiful, full of different flowers of all colors and trees. I would suggest going to Enger Tower. The tower posseses a spiral staircase that goes to the top. From there you can see the whole city of Duluth from all four cardinal points. There are multiple pairs of binoculars to improve the experience. This picture shows Enger tower from the outside. The other picture shows in Enger Park: the Peace Bell. It’s an American-Japanese gift from Duluth’s city sister Ohara-Isumi. It has a incredible view on Duluth as well and is a beautiful piece of architecture. It’s vey common to see weddings happenning there.  Those two places are places visited often by the saints at Saint-Scholastica. It’s a must see in this city!


You will know you are an international student when …

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Being a college student is tough. Being an international student makes it even more tough. Navigating your way through in a country where you are considered as a foreigner can make you feel like a tourist. Unfortunately you are not here to visit the Statue of Liberty or Central Park, you are here to learn, unlearn and relearn.