The Gustavian Weekly

Month: November 2010 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

A punch to the face never hurt anybody

Yeah, right. I wanna get into a rumble. -Jerry Seinfeld According to thesmokinggun.com, last Saturday morning a woman from Florida was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend with a plate of tamales after he called her a bitch in front of […]

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

This week, as we all on campus have noticed, is Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Well, are you aware yet? Whether you were one of the people “experiencing homelessness” near the chapel or just a student on this campus, are […]

Annoyed by stupid videos

Over the past month and a half, an infamous set of clips from First-Year Orientation, specifically I Am We Are’s “E Pluribus, Gustavus,” have caused an extreme amount of controversy on and off campus, regarding Gustavus’s public image. Numerous videos […]

Thank you for being a friend

I don’t want to grow up. And become a real person. And get a job, a house and a family. All I want to do is watch Food Network and think about all the food that I don’t have. Or […]

The Importance of ___s____p____a______c____e____

Thank you, Bekah Jorgensen, for your article last week! Inspired by your intro, here’s a little background to my writings for The Weekly. I write so often about the seasons of life, the hope and enthusiasm tucked away or blatantly […]

Weather comic

Residential Surcharges

I’m writing to call your and the campus’s attention to an issue I feel does not get the attention it deserves. For years now, Gusties have paid surcharges for rooms in Southwest, College View, Arbor View, Uhler and the International […]

Men’s Hockey skates into MIAC competition

The Men’s Hockey team is already off to a great start with a 4-2 record and many more games to follow. Already, the men have faced some challenging teams including the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and St. Olaf. However, the […]

The fate of our state

The Minnesota Vikings have no chance at the playoffs after losing to the Chicago Bears last week. The loss made them closer to being the worst team in the NFC North Division rather than the best, forcing the reality that […]

Twins to make changes to Target Field

With the Minnesota Twins setting a new record for fan attendance in 2010 and the inaugural season of Target Field, the Twins plan to make a few changes to the ballpark before next season to enhance the experience. First and […]