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Month: October 2010 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly


Men’s Soccer: Fighting for the postseason

After a 1-3-1 start to the season, the Gustavus Men’s Soccer team has rebounded to post a 10-4-3 overall record, including a 5-1-3 record in the MIAC. The Gusties kept their playoff hopes alive with a 2-0 win at Hamline […]

World Series preview: Battle of the underdogs

Sigh of relief. The 2010 World Series will not feature an overpaid and bought-out All-Star group of men in pinstripes. Instead, this year’s version of the biggest prize in baseball will feature the AL Pennant winner, which hasn’t been to […]

Oct. 18 – Oct. 23 Safety Report

Monday, October 18 An unsecured laptop computer was reported stolen from the locker room of the Lund Center. Wednesday, October 20 Campus Safety took a report about an injury that occurred in Anderson Social Science on Wednesday, October 8. Campus […]

Oct. 22 PDF

Student Senate plans

Student Senate has recently undertaken discussion on new policies and projects affecting Gustavus students. Among the topics are the routes and routines of the “Gus Bus”, the free weekend shuttle service, and the possibility of new outdoor recreational renovations. The […]

Author James Carl Nelson to visit Saint Peter

On Thursday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m., James Carl Nelson, the author of The Remains of Company D will be talking about his book at the Treaty Site History Center. The program,  sponsored by the Book Mark, and is a […]

Candlelight vigil to honor victims of harrassment

In light of recent events nationwide and during Coming Out Week at Gustavus, the theatre and dance department and the student social justice theatre troupe I Am We Are have planned a candlelight vigil for October 28 at 10:00 p.m. […]

Professor Joel Carlin to hold public lecture

Friday, October 29, Joel Carlin’s Conservation Biology class is holding a lecture, open to the public, entitled “The Tragedies of Bush Meat” in Nobel Hall at 10:30 a.m.. Carlin, a professor for four years at Gustavus in the biology department, […]

Gustavus: You got served

Ryan Henrickson certainly does not look like a first-year student, but the former Army soldier is starting his first year here at Gustavus. The 24-year-old first-year, who intends to double major in political science and French, is an Army veteran […]