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Month: February 2009 | The Gustavian Weekly

Students unite for a common goal: Case in point

It begins early in the morning. Off-campus houses fill with those who are attempting great feats, those who have purchased a great deal of alcohol and those who will not remember much the next day. Loud music reverberates through the […]

Printing policies: in a jam

The clicking and whirring of printers is a sound that is synonymous with the library and basements of residence halls. Yet, the amount of paper coming out of these machines is a concern on campus and has given rise to […]

Catherine Keith: Shining brightly both in and out of the classroom

She’s an Aries, 5’ 5”, blonde and an avid sunlight enthusiast. She enjoys rain, long walks on the beach and cocoa puffs. She’s been to six countries, speaks multiple languages and plays four instruments. She’s going to possibly quadruple minor. […]

CAB brings musician Steve Means to Gustavus

In the cutthroat world of the music industry, it can be extremely difficult for musicians to survive the critical audiences who make their music soar or completely flop. Singer, songwriter and musician Steve Means is overcoming these obstacles and making […]

The Voices of The Vagina Monologues

Vagina! If it shocks you to read it, to say it or to think about it, that is all the more reason to attend one of this weekend’s performances of The Vagina Monologues. Senior Psychology Major and cast member Holly […]

The minority minority: black conservatives

In honor of Black History Month and the Republican National Committee electing its first African-American Chairman, former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele, I want to start a discussion about how the Republican Party can move beyond the “old-rich-white-guy” stereotype. I […]

Gusties hold own in competitive field

At Mount Itasca, MN, on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2009, Senior Kelly Chaudoin won the top spot in the NCAA freestyle skiing qualifier. From Ely, MN, Chaudoin is only the third woman from the Central Collegiate Ski Association (CCSA) to qualify […]

Feb. 27, 2009 PDF

Homeland security skills

You’ve heard the call. We’ve all heard it. The economy is tanking and only you can get it back on track. It’s time to gather your pantsuit collection, degrees and various electronic appendages and SUIT UP, America!  We’ve got an […]

National Championship trophy stolen

A Special Letter to the Editor by Steve Wilkinson, Head Men’s Tennis Coach Last weekend the Gustavus men’s team hosted the prestigious Division III national indoor tennis tournament. Eight top teams from all across the United States were here. On […]