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Month: March 2008 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Is The Hillstrom full of fakes?

Man claims some of the Auguste Rodin sculptures coming to the Hillstrom Art Museum are fakes On March 8, Gustavus’ Hillstrom Museum will unveil the new exhibit “Rodin: In His Own Words,” featuring a collection of bronzes by Auguste Rodin […]

Building Bridges

The thirteenth annual diversity conference will focus on genocide This year’s student-led Building Bridges Conference will be held this Saturday, March 8. The thirteenth annual conference will focus on genocide, and the keynote speaker will be Paul Rusesabagina, the man […]

Putting a smile on your face

Meet Your Fellow Gustie: John Anderson Do you ever wonder what it takes to be involved in school, extra-cirricular activities, and keep a positive attitude all the time? The answer lies in John Anderson, this week’s featured Gustie. John is […]

Greek student life

What do you think of when you hear the word “fraternity”? How about “sorority”? Maybe the first thing that comes to your mind is a kegger in a house packed full of drunken college kids. Maybe it’s countless games of […]

Keeping the Dream Alive

The Gustavus’ Women’s Hockey team won the MIAC Championship outright and now shifts its sights to capturing a National title The Gustavus Women’s Hockey team is known as the “best in the west,” but with this year’s team being more […]

Strong start for Gustavus’ Track and Field

Led by Seniors Chris deLaubenfels and Laura Edlund, both the Men’s and Women’s squads are looking solid thus far in the indoor season With the spring sports season just underway, the track and field teams have already participated in five […]

Minnesota’s tax hike

Last week was a sad time for Minnesota tax-payers. Our state legislators overrode Governor Pawlenty’s veto to pass an irresponsible transportation bill that increased taxes on the people of our state by an estimated $6.6 billion. That is the largest […]

Guns: more are not better

What can I say about guns that hasn’t been said before? When it comes down to it, not a whole lot. So in lieu of some exciting breaking logic on the role of guns in society and whether or not […]

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