Fumbling finals (Web Exclusive)

Houston McLaury- Welp, it’s the end of the semester, Gusties. Another spring has passed us by, and with that, a multitude of changes will roll through the halls of each building with new requirements, new classes, and new people to meet come the start of the Fall semester. Along with that change comes the departure of the 2024 graduating class, pursuing bigger and better things … Continue reading Fumbling finals (Web Exclusive)

Gusties of the Week: Our Readers

Taylor Storlien- The Gustie(s) of the Week are our readers! As a college campus newspaper, our readers are a huge part of who we are, ranging from professors, students, family members, and alumni. Our readers vary from those who dive into The Weekly on-campus happenings, to those who transfer their New York Times Games skills to our crosswords and word searches. History Professor Greg Kaster … Continue reading Gusties of the Week: Our Readers


Will Sorg- In a way, I couldn’t have ended my time writing reviews for The Weekly any other way. For the last three years of my life, I have tried my best to review as wide a range of media as possible. I’ve reviewed horror, romance, sci-fi, trilogies, the second and fourth movie in a tetralogy, new releases, a 20s movie, films about gender or … Continue reading Blue

Track and Field athletes make history

Kieran Ripken- The Gustavus Track & Field team concluded its season on Saturday, May 11th at the MIAC Outdoor Championships, which was hosted by Hamline’s Klas Center. The Women placed second with 153.83 points behind Bethel’s 160; while the Men took seventh overall. On the Women’s side, Juniors Megan Geraets and Kate Carlson continued their domination of the MIAC with exemplary performances and etched their … Continue reading Track and Field athletes make history

Tina Belcher, Bob’s Burgers

Sophia White- Tina Belcher is the eldest child in the Belcher family from the animated American Sitcom, Bob’s Burgers. In the show, Tina is characterized by her many crushes that come out of nowhere, her ability to fantasize deeply to create worlds in her mind about nearly anything, and her general awkwardness towards social situations with her peers. She is incredibly relatable. That being said, … Continue reading Tina Belcher, Bob’s Burgers

Stop handing out free things

Jonas Doerr- Last month, the Student Senate passed a referendum and an amendment towards increasing the student activity fee on campus. While the proposed increase was only $10, the Student Senate should stop allowing organizations to waste money on free gifts and prizes before increasing this form of taxation on students. Currently, each student pays $200, which then goes to various organizations on campus. The … Continue reading Stop handing out free things