The Gustavian Weekly

2010 November

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International photo contest winners

The Center for International and Cultural Education sponsors an International Photo Contest annually. Photos are submitted by students who have studied abroad in the past two years. The Gustavus community votes on the photos, and the winning photos are displayed […]

Explore the International Festival

The International Festival, a culmination of cultural education and entertainment, is returning to the Gustavus campus to give the community an opportunity to experience a world of diversity. The festival, scheduled for Nov. 20 at 7:00 p.m., will be hosted […]

Campus forum brings two hours of conversation

Two months ago, a Gustavus student posted two videos on YouTube of footage taken at the school’s first-year orientation. The videos were of two skits shown to incoming first-years: “The Inside Scoop” presented by the Peer Assistants and “E Pluribus […]

CSC, CVR and Church Relations to merge

A new college department, the Center for Servant Leadership will soon be moving into the Johnson Student Union. This department will be the result of a merging of the Community Service Center (CSC), the Center for Vocational Reflection (CVR) and […]

Rob Ward – Not an act

First-year Rob Ward is someone to keep your eye on … in the best way of course. Rob is extremely involved in the theatrical performing arts, and his interest in pursuing a theatre major was an influential factor in his […]

Highly caffeinated comedy

Triple Espresso is a comedy show about three men’s search for fame, which ends in disaster on national television. Butternut, a musician, Maxwell, a magician, and Bean, an entertainer, allow the audience to relive their backwards climb down the ladder […]

Gustavus theatre is getting even stronger

The Department of Theater and Dance is pleased to present the first installment of its Theatre Gallery project. It includes two productions put on entirely by students, a one-act play entitled The Stronger (Den Strakare in Swedish). The Stronger was […]

Shakespeare’s greatest hits

The 14 students in Professor Amy Seham’s Shakespeare Performance class will be performing a showcase, a compilation of numerous Shakespeare works, for the Gustavus community in December. “Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits,” is what Seham is calling the upcoming Showcase. Each year, […]

Route system trial period for Gus Bus

From December 3 to January 22, the Gus Bus will be operating a little differently. After much deliberation within Student Senate and the campus community at large, Senate has decided to implement a six-week trial period in which the bus […]