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Alumni Interview With Matt Blake '07

By Robby Johnson & Tommy Johnson '23

In this interview, we spoke to Matt Blake, the pitching coach for the New York Yankees. We discussed everything from ...

Prof. Chu joined the Holy Cross faculty in 1991 and was promoted to associate professor in 1997 followed by directing the business program for the last 16...

From One Hill to Another

By Tiyana-Marie Bassim '23

My semester in Washington, D.C. has been a time that I will never forget. Furthermore, I do not think I will understand the...

CSJ a Year in Review

We have come a long way in one year, and I would like to thank Professor Chu and Cassie Gevry in the Ciocca Center for believing in this idea and enabling us to turn this paper into a reality. I would also like to thank the over 35 students that worked with us, from writers and editors to web design, print design, and social media development. We have been able to reach hundreds of students, professors, and alumni through our website as well as through hard copy prints sharing news, personal stories, professional advice, alumni interviews, and more. Whether you are a first-time reader or have been following CSJ throughout our journey this year, we hope that this paper has proved to be not only an interesting read but one of value for liberal arts students continuing to learn and grow in the business world. We look forward to continuing to grow this paper in the future, and we hope you continue to share CSJ with friends and family and consider joining the team next year.

Thank you,

Robert Posillico and the CSJ E-Board

Economic and Financial Data


Our Mission

The College Street Journal is an all-in-one news source for students seeking to learn more about and better position themselves for business opportunities. Readers have a broad range of important topics from relevant news and economic issues, career development opportunities, and advice, as well as Ciocca center and campus-wide opportunities to grow outside of the classroom. Through both a printed and online version this content will be transmitted to the student body. CSJ strives to provide content in a predigested and descriptive form, being informative to economics majors but understandable for all students and faculty on campus.


College Street Journal is available to any student interested in or pursuing a career in business. CSJ general membership will fall into the following categories: editors, format editors, and writers.

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