The Gustavian Weekly

2011 January 14

Dr. Bernard LaFayette visiting campus

Dr. LaFayette will deliver the convocation during Chapel on Jan. 17 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Submitted.

The Reverend Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr. will visit the Gustavus campus Monday, Jan. 17 to deliver a speech in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. LaFayette worked personally with King in the 1960s and has been a monumental […]

Another office added to Center for Servant Leadership

The former Linner Lounge will be transformed into the Center for Servant Leadership. Laura Schroeder.

If you’ve walked through the Johnson Student Union, housing the Community Service Center, the Career Center and the Center for Vocational Reflection (CVR), you probably noticed renovations taking place. Phase one of the renovation, which will conclude at the start […]

Michael Morimoto – Starting out fresh

Michael is currently involved in the Stuart Pimsler dance January Interim Experience. Clark Kampfe.

Michael Morimoto has already made a strong first impression at Gustavus. “He’s one of the nicest, most involved and most unique people I’ve ever met,” First-year Amy Prasad, one of his high school friends, said. He is a “renaissance man” […]

Disney movies for interim

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This weekend the Campus Activities Board (CAB) will be branching out from its usual run of films that are just out of theaters. Instead, the CAB Films Committee will be holding a Disney movie marathon on January 14 and 15 […]

Top of the Pops: Billboard vs. the Alternative


With 2010 gone for good, it’s nice to look back at what the year gave us in music—what we listened to, what we didn’t and what we may have missed. The Billboard top 100 charts help us to reminisce on […]

The fluidity of comedy and tragedy

Comedy and tragedy are inextricably linked.

Once upon a time my family was taking a trip by train and trudging across Eastern Europe. Apparently we were feeling that Poland in the winter was just a little bit too cheerful so we decided to visit the former […]

Optimistic about the Gus Bus

For much of the fall, Student Senate worked on creating a new Gus Bus system. The idea has been in the making for a while and remains a constant topic in Senate since it was created. The Gus Bus system […]

Gusties look to get back on track

Senior guard Phil Wirtjes drives to the hoop in the MIAC Playoff Championship game last year. The Gusties will be looking to avenge their loss to Carleton in that game, when the Knights travel to Gus Young Court this weekend. SportPix Photography.

With just over one month remaining in the regular season schedule, the Gustavus Men’s Basketball team remains poised to contend for a conference title despite a recent string of three heartbreaking overtime losses. After compiling a four game winning streak, […]

Awareness groups

Awareness groups

Jan. 5 – Jan. 9 Safety Report

Wednesday, January 5 Campus Safety was called to Norelius hall for a drug violation Thursday, January 6 Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at the Lund center. Saturday, January 8 A student was charged with Liquor Violation/Underage Consumption at […]