The Gustavian Weekly

Day: September 18, 2009 | The Gustavian Weekly

Moved Safety Report and Letters on the homepage

I wanted to let our visitors know that Letters to the Editor and the Campus Safety Report moved to the bottom of the homepage yesterday, both in their own boxes.  I thought Letters to the Editor fit well next to […]

Campus guards itself against H1N1

It’s inevitable: every year, students get sick. But this year, the threat of H1N1 creates additional health concerns. On top of all that, college students are more at risk than others of being infected by H1N1. The Gustavus Pandemic Advisory […]

Student Senate Co-Presidents prepare for new year

“If you have concerns, voice them. That’s why we’re in office. … We were elected by the campus, so we want to do what’s best for them.” That’s the message to all Gustavus students, upperclassmen and first-years alike, from the […]

Printing policies reformed

Printing has become a habit many Gusties do not think twice about. However, students may think twice before printing off that article on Moodle or printing three copies of their paper for class this year. There has been a major […]

Commission Gustavus 150 moves forward with new year

Students, alumni, faculty and trustees convene to discuss the future of the College Commission Gustavus 150 worked much of last year and throughout the summer to create a strategic plan for the College, which will guide the College’s path for […]

Cafeteria Creations

According to Princeton Review, Gustavus Adolphus College has the eighth best college cafeteria in the nation. While the food in the Market Place is indeed delicious, it can still get monotonous over the length of four years. To keep the […]

Junior Evan Larkin: Strumming to a different tune

Evan Larkin, a Junior Philosophy and Russian Studies Major from Northfield, MN, has an interesting story about how he began his student career at Gustavus. Evan initially applied to Gustavus among several other private schools and he received a rejection […]

Gustie Tradition “Can I Kiss You?” continues for another year

Sexual assault. It is a touchy topic, but it happens every day. According to the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs, there is one sexual assault every 83 minutes in Minnesota. There is one instance of sexual assault every two minutes […]

New school year brings new exhibitions to the museum of art

As the 2009-2010 school year begins at Gustavus, so too does a new year of art at the Hillstrom Museum of Art, located in the lower level of the C. Charles Jackson Campus Center. The first three exhibitions are set […]

The Proposal: not just another romantic comedy

I propose you see this movie, especially if you’re into romantic comedies, attractive people and the ever-fantastic Betty White. Even if you’re not into romantic comedies, two out of three isn’t too bad. The film stars Ryan Reynolds as Andrew […]