Graduating seniors say farewell

Seniors Michael Haase and Alexander Duenez wrote to The CI View in response to the prompt in the April issue calling for senior voices. I study literature, and though you might expect a student of literature to spend a lot of time reading, I didn’t become an avid reader until already two and a half […]

Students stop by a booth at CI's spring Career and Internship Fair. The Career and Internship Fair is held every semester as a way for students to connect with local employers. Photo credit to CI Communication and Marketing.

Jumpstart your career

by Naomi Santana Do you want to jumpstart your career, but don’t know where to begin? Jumpstarting your career can be easier than you think, if you have the correct tools and the correct advice to guide you through the process. There are many resources available to students on campus that can help you create […]

A picture of the word "Loan" and a piggy bank on a chalkboard. Photo credit to GotCredit.

How to pay off post-graduation debt

by Luz Moncada Approximately 60 percent of graduates from the class of 2016 graduated with student debt, according to LendEDU.com. For many students the thought of debt is intimidating, seeing as more than half of students graduate in debt, but with a clear plan that intimidating thought can be turned into determination. Not all loans […]

Students take a break during the 2017 Welcome Back Luau to pose for a photo. The Welcome Back Luau was hosted by Student Programming Board as a way for students to come together and celebrate the beginning of the semester. Photo credit to CI Communication and Marketing.

Students reflect on their best memories

by Catherine Ninteman Melanie M. Koulouris once said, “Life is a beautiful collage of priceless moments and memories, which when pieced all together create a unique treasured masterpiece.” For the seniors graduating at CI, many of them have those collages being pieced together and will look back at the good times they’ve spent here while […]