Posts Tagged ‘saint scholastica’

Accounting Conference

Sunday, October 20th, 2019

At the College of Saint-Scholastica, there are a lot of majors where there are a lot of conferences available. For my major accounting, there was an accounting conference in Minneapolis. Conferences are very useful because it’s an opportunity to go talk to employers, have help with your resume and take professinal headshots. The conference also got a good speaker that spoke about accounting and business in general. The conference also made students win prizes bought by the companies that came to the conference, I won a Boose speaker! After the conference, we went to a restaurant and spoke with alumnis of the school working in accounting and finance. It was a very good, I learned a lot from the alumnis and got very good advice as well over my major and what I should do after school. 


Feast Day

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015



Ze Mitchell Auditorium

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

As many of you know, and some of you may not, there is an outstanding auditorium at the College of St. Scholastica.  I seriously love it.  However, there are a plethora of performances there on a regular basis, many of which would regularly cost you a pretty penny out of pocket (alliteration, anyone?).  There’s lectures and musical events, as well dance and comedy.  It’s pretty sweet.  Here’s me back stage before the “Everything Fitz” musical group went on, it gives you an idea of the space:



Monday, July 15th, 2013

My friend told me about an up and coming phenomenon called geocaching the other day. Essentially, it is a giant scavenger hunt all over the world. People hide “caches” and then put the coordinates on a map and other people look for them. You use the GPS on your smartphone to find them. Usually these caches are tupperware containers with a small notepad inside of them so you can write your name in the logbook to show that you found it. There are over 2 million around the world and hundreds in Duluth. I’ve had some luck so far and have found 4, but I look forward to looking for more


Nursing Internship

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

This fall I will be a senior in the nursing program. For many nursing students, we do internships between our junior and senior year. This summer I will be completing 200 hours on the Neuro ICU floor at Essentia. Loving it so far!