The Gustavian Weekly

2011 May

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New faces in Student Life

In the upcoming months, Gustavus will experience several changes in the Student Life division, with the promotions of Steve Bennett, the current Assistant Dean of Students, Virgil Jones, who is currently working as the Director of Multicultural Programs, and the […]

Students dig the Big Hill Farm

As this spring has brought a delightful mix of warm sunshine and cool rain, the student interns and volunteers at Big Hill Farm have once again pulled out their spades, shovels and rakes. The student-run farm provides a bulk of […]

Senior Week celebrates graduates

After final examinations are finished and first-year, sophomore and junior students have left campus, one of Gustavus’s cherished traditions begins. Senior Week, a week of activities for seniors to enjoy the company of their classmates, will feature music, food and […]

Gwen Freed accepts new position, leaving Gustavus

The President’s Office announced last Wednesday that Vice President for Marketing and Communication Gwendolyn Freed will be leaving her position following Commencement, May 29. Freed has accepted a new position with Wallin Education Partners as their Executive Director. Freed has […]

Three professors to speak at colloquim on community

As part of a series sponsored by the religion department, Gustavus has hosted colloquia on the concept of community in local, academic and global terms. The final set of panelists in the colloquium will be on Friday, May 13 from […]

Class of 2011 Senior Spotlight

On May 29, the Class of 2011 will walk away from campus with diplomas in hand. For many, the day is bittersweet as they look forward to life after college, but know they will miss this place and the people […]

Patricia Kazarow — Singing the final farewell

Upon first meeting Patricia Kazarow, one may not be aware of the passion, intelligence and high dedication that the choral professor has brought to Gustavus. But then she bursts with an energy and enthusiasm that immediately draws the listener in […]

Can we debate about God?

On May 15, two men, Jon Kaus and Dan Barker, will participate in a formal debate mediated by Professor of Political Science Kate Knutson, and sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian athletes (FCA). The debate entitled, “Can we Be Good […]

Highlighting diversity on campus

The Diversity Leadership council (DLC) will host their annual Diversity Awards Banquet on May 14, at 6:00 p.m. in Alumni Hall. The event honors two students, one faculty member and one event each year that have exemplified outstanding commitment to […]