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Month: March 2012 | The Gustavian Weekly

Calendar (03/23/12)

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but are a baby hen in the lepord’s den. Feeling chagrin, but once again, all the king’s men give the story […]

Solar panels generate campus sustainability

With the many innovations Gustavus has brought in renovating campus, the push for environmental sustainability has been at the forefront of every decision. Most recently, the addition of solar panels to the roofs of Beck Academic Hall, Olin Hall, Lund […]

Campbell and Hallsten scheduled to speak at Relay for Life

Most students at Gustavus have battled cancer either personally or provided support for a family member or friend affected by the disease. The Gustavus Relay for Life event, scheduled for April 30, 2012 is a chance to celebrate and remember […]

Lindau lecture encourages political self-exploration

In an effort to promote civil discourse and a broad-based intellectual appreciation of all viewpoints, the Lindau Symposium, made possible through an endowment by the Lindau family, will host renowned political commentator Dr. Charles Krauthammer on Thurs., April 12, 2012 […]

WiBL Conference to focus on Alumnae and networking

Last spring marked the first annual Women in Business Leadership Conference, organized around the theme “Women Discovering Leadership.” On April 19, 2012 the conference will return with a full slate of speakers, including a keynote address by Julie Gilbert, founder […]

Nefarious documentary raises sex trafficking awareness

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes  (FCA) has teamed up with the international social justice organization Exodus Cry to bring the documentary Nefarious: Merchant of Souls to Gustavus at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, March 25 in Alumni Hall. The film is […]

Gustie of the Week: Kristen Campbell

“The thing about Kristen that has always really struck me is that nothing gets in her way.” — Katie Barta Kristen Campbell is a Gustie who strives to include everyone around her. She is very enthusiastic  about helping others. “[She’s] […]

Professor Joyce Sutphen

Honoree of Poetry Celebration Minnesota’s one and only Poet Laureate will be reading some of her poems right here at Gustavus. Not only is Joyce Sutphen Minnesota’s second Poet Laureate ever, but she is a Gustavus alumna and currently teaches […]

Ben Kolis ready to debut senior theatre project Glass

Set in Patrick’s On Third, the cast will perform in front of audience members who are there to watch or who are caught off gaurd by the performance Ben Kolis’s senior theatre project has been in the works for two […]

My resolution? To never again watch New Year’s Eve

Think of every romantic comedy you’ve seen. Now combine them all into a giant, jumbled, cliché mess and you have created New Year’s Eve. At first glance, with its all-star cast, this film may look promising, but then you think […]