The Gustavian Weekly

Day: January 23, 2009 | The Gustavian Weekly

The hill freezes over

With last week’s cold spell, some students might be wondering why their room is cold, or why the sidewalks are so slippery. Last week’s temperatures of 30 to 40 degrees below zero for days straight caused issues all around campus […]

Choir of the West meets Midwest

The Choir of The West, the top choir at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, will perform a free-will concert in Christ Chapel on Jan. 27 at 7:00 p.m. The concert will feature works from Stephen Paulus, Johnann Sebastian Bach, […]

Phil Helt takes leadership to a new level

Ah, January. Most Gustavus students enjoy a whole month of light workloads, increased free time and, for those involved in student organizations, decreased responsibility. For many, it is the perfect time to break out a new video game, hang out […]

What’s Next for the Republican Party

The losses that the Republican Party suffered in 2006 and 2008 were devastating. They left many Republicans thinking about what went wrong and commentators proclaiming that the “era of conservatism” was over. The 2008 Republican Primary election saw the party […]

Gustavus hang tough in competitive MIAC

After splitting pivotal conference road games, beating  St. Thomas and falling to conference-leading St. Ben’s, the Gusties are still in striking distance of first place The Gustavus Women’s Basketball team is midway through its eight game road trip, in which […]