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Month: January 2010 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Only Shallow

Here are some things that sum up American culture at this juncture in time. Ketchup, the number one condiment, a shiny, disgusting tripe. Corn syrup and tomato concentrate, sputtering messily and measily out of a garish plastic bottle. Think about […]

Men’s hockey holds first place in MIAC

The Gustavus men’s hockey team remains in first position in the MIAC after defeating division opponents Augsburg in back to back games last week. The Gusties won 6-2 at home last Friday, and 3-2 on Saturday in Minneapolis. The series […]

Record tying start propels women’s basketball

Senior Brianna Radtke defends against a St. Benedict’s player in the Gusties 66-63 win. Sports Information.

With a hard fought win over St. Benedict’s and a composed victory over Bethel, the Gustavus women’s basketball team retained their hold of first place in the MIAC. With an impressive record of 9-1 in division and 11-2 overall, the […]

Jan. 13 – Jan. 16 safety report

Wednesday, January 13 Campus Safety was called to Norelius Hall for an alcohol violation. 2 non-students were trespassed from campus and 5 students were cited for underage consumption. Friday, January 15 Campus Safety was called to the International Center for […]

Jan. 15 PDF

Gustie Knitters Craft a Community

The Fabric of Life, a January Interim Experience course, is out to knit together more than sweaters this month; it’s about knitting together a community. While there is a January Interim Experience class about the craft, the lab times on […]

Dorm Cooking: The Art of Preparing Food with Limited Means

For anyone who’s ever wanted to learn how to cook, with somewhat limited means, this January the Campus Activities Board (CAB) is hosting four work shops entitled How to Cook. This program is dedicated to showing culinary challenged Gusties how […]

Rebekah Schulz: Global Citizen

Senior Communication Arts and Literature Teaching Major Rebekah Schulz has a strong interest in foreign culture. She has explored  this interest at Gustavus; through an African studies program she helped lead, her leadership role with Building Bridges, Spanish composition tutoring […]

Winter Wonderland

January Interim Experience offers students a chance to take an in-depth, intense look at a topic of their choosing, allowing them the time to focus on one class for the entire month. It also offers students a chance to relax, […]

Pathways for progress

At Gustavus, many of us have erected a wall of antipathy toward each other and our differences.  By exaggerating differences and divisions, this wall separates and paralyzes us from coming together on points of agreement in order to pursue practical […]