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Congratulations to longtime MBA adjunct instructor Parnell Thill on the publication of his first book, “Killing the Devil and Other Excellent Tricks,” a collection of stories, essays and poems. A lifelong Duluth resident and avid writer, Thill is currently a marketing executive in Duluth. “I’ve been writing all my life and have been listening, for years, to people telling me to publish more broadly. So that’s what I’m doing,” Thill said. Learn more at: http://parnellthill.com/killing-the-devil/
About the Author Parnell Thill. Born and raised in Cloquet, Minnesota, Thill began writing at a very early age and, in the sixth grade, self-published his first short story, The Gang. In high school, Thill's writing captured national attention when he won the National Council of Teachers in English writing ...
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We appreciate KBJR-TV Channel 6 for covering our 2016 Fall Commencement ceremony this weekend. We are so proud of all of these new graduates! Click this link to view the story: https://goo.gl/CLX3q1
The Reif Gym at the College of St. Scholastica was filled with proud friends and family of graduates today.
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It's heartwarming to see the hundreds of volunteers who give of their time and energy to make the Twin Ports Thanksgiving Buffet a successful community event! Thanks for all that you do, and thank you to Laura Plys for these photos of prep work from the past few days.
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On Oct. 14, St. Scholastica inaugurated its 12th president, Dr. Colette McCarrick Geary. Welcome to the Saints family, President Geary!
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We’re proud to be able to welcome so many new students to the Saints family! goo.gl/Us32OD
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Rudy Tinoco always has a smile and a friendly greeting for everyone he meets. goo.gl/2uULUs Learn more about him and the other people who make our community such a warm and welcoming place by visiting the Humans of CSS Facebook page! facebook.com/humansofcss
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The creativity of our faculty and staff is on display again for the fifth annual Holiday Door Decorating Contest! Thanks to all who participated, and congratulations to the winners: College Advancement won in the CSS Christmas Spirit category; Undergrad Nursing won in the Holiday Spirit category; and the IT department won in the unique/non-traditional category. Well done, everyone!
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Thank you, Twin Ports media, for the great coverage of the 27th annual Thanksgiving Buffet! https://goo.gl/8emt19
Turkey dinners flew at a record pace this year as the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center hosted the 27th annual Twin Ports Thanksgiving Buffet.Coordinator Monica Hendrickson said early birds began queuing for the free dinner at 9 a.m., and a long line had formed by the time the doors opened and meals...
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Our students have been doing research on the area's economic health, and presented their findings today. Well done! https://goo.gl/s804iD
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Through a special presentation organized by the Social Work department, Dignitas students heard from two German volunteers who are helping to resettle Syrian refugees in their community of Schwerin, Germany: goo.gl/hSE7Ko
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Congratulations to all of the Duluth News Tribune’s 20 under 40 winners – you’re the movers and shakers making a difference in our community! Winners include nursing alum Erin Metzger ’08, who is currently the clinic manager for outpatient mental health services at St. Luke’s, and Robb Winterfield, assistant cross country and track coach. goo.gl/WqXigY
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St. Scholastica hosted a meeting of local business leaders and the APEX Economic Partnership group at the College's new Health Science Center last week. Here's a photo album of the event: goo.gl/PnH01L
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The College of St. Scholastica is a Catholic Benedictine institution and the only independent private college in northeastern Minnesota. The College was founded in 1912 by a group of pioneering Benedictine Sisters.
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