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Year: 2012 | The Gustavian Weekly

GustieLeaks reveals growing faculty unrest with Ohle administration

Although talk of conflict between President Ohle’s administration and the larger faculty has been the topic of discussion for several years, dissatisfaction with the President made a strikingly public turn last week with the release of a student-run website called […]

Campus Safety Report (12/7/12)

Tuesday, November 27 • A Campus Safety Officer responded to a medical assist at Sorensen Hall. • Campus Safety cited four students with noise violations in Norelius Hall. • A Gustavus student reported the theft of personal property from an […]

Faculty Senate meeting discusses ‘plan of action’ and faculty voice

At the Faculty Senate meeting held last Thursday, the Senate along with Provost Mark Braun, President Ohle and two other members of faculty addressed the growing climate of unrest and concern in the community regarding the President’s administration and the […]

College Chaplain search engages both the academic and spiritual parts of campus

The Chaplain Search/Call Committee is currently seeking a new College Chaplain to serve after the departure of interim Chaplain Rodney Anderson at the end of this academic year. The committee held a series of three sessions this past week that […]

GustieLeaks raises question of student involvement in campus conflicts

Students find themselves engaged in a conflict between faculty and administration with the release of the website GustieLeaks. The website, which includes links to several documents regarding dissatisfaction with President Ohle’s administration, has raised the question of what kind of […]

Gustie of the Week: Jane Chung

Between dance performances in Kresge Dance Studio and theatre productions in Anderson Theatre, this week’s Gustie of the Week spends a large portion of her time doing the thing she loves most: performing. Jane Chung, a senior Theatre Major originally […]

The rather average life of Timothy Green

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a film that seems to promise it will offer entertainment and suspense, though as the plot continued I continued to ask myself, “When is it going to get good?” It’s visually pleasing. There […]

Christmas albums of 2012—some interesting takes…

…on the classics loved by many The best way to spread Christmas cheer is by singing loud for all to hear … although some should probably sing a bit louder than others. While a majority of this year’s Christmas albums […]

Calendar (12/7/12)

The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but actually Santa’s notes. Seems like the old man’s lost his mind. Friday, Dec. 7 Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language: Culpeper Language Center […]

Women leaders still on the rise

The number of women in leadership positions and their strength in aspects of both local and national organizations have not gone unnoticed—people around the country are finding out how important their voices are and how they can be a strong […]