The Gustavian Weekly

Month: May 2010 | The Gustavian Weekly

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Weekly staff positions available for fall!

The Gustavian Weekly is excited to announce that it still has three staff positions available for next year.  Staffers receive valuable work experience at a real newspaper.  Might one of these positions interest you or someone you know? As a […]

Big Hill Farm ready to turn up the soil

As the school year comes to a close and spring weather heads toward summer, Minnesota hobby gardeners are out preparing their plots for summer crops. A few students at Gustavus, though, have much larger ambitions. For the second consecutive year, […]

Seniors get ready for Senior Week

Seniors are finishing up classes, theses and finals, but before taking part in Commencement, most seniors will celebrate their time at Gustavus during the activities taking place during Senior Week. Senior Week is officially the four days spanning from just […]

Psychology department symposium presents research

This Friday the psychology department at Gustavus will be holding its seventh annual spring semester research symposium to showcase the extensive research projects that psychology students have completed. At the end of Fall and Spring Semesters, psychology students enrolled in […]

Thrill on the Hill brings in many teams and action

Beginning on May 15 and ending on May 16, Gustavus will be hosting the eighth annual Thrill on the Hill Ultimate Frisbee Tournament. The tournament will host club teams from the Midwest area and Canada. The Gustavus Men’s team, The […]

OH DAM hosts Bollywood event for small Indian community

On Friday, May 14, the Gustavus student organization OH DAM will host its Bollywood Night event at 7:00 p.m. in Alumni Hall. The evening will be a celebration of all things Indian and a fundraiser for a small displaced community […]

Meet the staff

Learn more about the 2009-2010 Gustavian Weekly staff. Includes favorite color, office crush, favorite mix/song of the year, and favorite quote of the year from staffers.

Natalie Jo Baker: Livin’ the dream

Senior History Major Natalie Jo Baker knows a thing or two about a thing or two on campus. She can frequently be seen riding around campus on her bicycle, the Free Spirit, or hanging out in the art building. Natalie […]

Gustavus Greeks honored for their work on campus

You may remember Greek Week. You might recall Rock for Tots. You may have heard of Days with the Reds. Death by Chocolate might have been made an appearance in your little black book. These are a few of the […]