The Dean of Students Office is currently reviewing and considering making changes to the limited immunity policy found in the Gustie Guide. The limited immunity policy states that when students who have been drinking or using drugs seek help from safety or health staff for themselves or others, they will not face judicial consequences at the college. The policy is intended to allow students who … Continue reading Limited immunity: Understanding a tough decision
The Hillstrom Museum of Art at Gustavus is presenting its latest exhibition, Alumni Invitational Art Exhibition: Ars Longa, Academia Brevis through next Friday, Jan. 28. This exhibit features 63 recent artworks by past Gustavus studio art majors ranging from the class of 2009 back to the class of 1951—the earliest year students could graduate with the major. All of the nearly 500 past studio art … Continue reading Alumni and visiting artist featured in campus galleries
Arbor View Apartments The Arbor View Apartments house 59 students in apartment-style living. Each apartment contains a living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining room and a kitchen. All apartments are fully furnished and have computer access. Washers and dryers are provided in each of the two buildings. College View Apartments The College View Apartments house 138 upper-class students. Each apartment has two bedrooms, … Continue reading Where will YOU be living next year?
Tyler Grey is most recognizable to the Gustavus community as number 3 on the Men’s Basketball team. This junior Management Major and basketball wingman has been playing for Gustavus for the past three years. He has played basketball for the majority of his life. “I guess I’ve been playing for my whole life. I got my first tiny tykes basketball hoop for Christmas when I … Continue reading A slam dunk for Gustavus
For the past two weeks, Gustavus has been hosting a Starcraft II tournament. Starcraft is a real-time computer strategy game in which two opponents compete against each other. “A typical game of Starcraft consists of two opposing sides which battle to destroy each other,” Junior Computer Science Major and Public Relations Coordinator for the tournament. Cory Ruegg said. “It is a war game in which … Continue reading Starcraft frenzy
At Campus Center: Female, Redhead. You in the green sweater. You have the prettiest eyes and I love to get to know you more. Coffee sometime? In Nobel: Male, Brunette. I always see you after lab doing your chemistry homework—wouldn’t you rather do me instead? At the Dive: Female Blonde. Girl, you know how to work it on the dance floor, what can you do … Continue reading Dislike a little
I am that kind of person. The one who fills every single slot of the schedule with meaningful and meaningless activities. You know the type: always a little late, always spilling a little bit of coffee, yawns frequently, has a laugh that makes you think it could very easily turn into tears—there are many of us on this campus. And the truth is—I like being … Continue reading Spending time thinking
With the Men’s and Women’s Nordic Ski teams entering the bulk of their seasons, each team is coming off an important NCAA Qualifying meet, racing as a full team for the first time. Held in Duluth, the meet pitted the Gusties against the majority of their conference, including top Division II schools University of Alaska Fairbanks and Michigan Tech. “We Just had our first weekend … Continue reading Nordic Skiers: More than just eye candy