The Gustavian Weekly

Day: March 9, 2012 | The Gustavian Weekly

Student Senate condemns tobacco ban

After being addressed by Student Senate, the possible change to the tobacco policy continues on to the administration. Despite Senate deciding it would be best to leave the current policy in place, it’s still possible Gustavus could be a tobacco […]

Senate hires Dive renovation architect, seeks student input

After months of planning, an architect has finally been hired and the Dive renovation project will move forward. When Student Senate Co-Presidents Seniors Jen Fox and Nick Prince were campaigning last year, the Dive renovation was one of their primary […]

Moe lecture on gender, violence, masculinity

Annual lectureship brings Jackson Katz to discuss men’s role in ending sexual violence and the misrepresentations of what it means to be a man Focusing on the violent culture of masculinity, Dr. Jackson Katz, guest speaker of the twelfth annual […]

Gustie of the Week: Chad Fothergill

Building on tradition with enthusiasm As a former Gustavus student and a current instructor, Chad Fothergill tries to find a balance between life and work. Chad initially came to Gustavus as a student with the intention to be a physics […]

Spring dance concert is Something Like Flight

Gustavus dancers soar to choreography created by professors, guest artists and a student Coming together for this spring’s dance concert, the choreographers behind Something Like Flight focus on human relationships with various forms, style and purposes in a diverse collection […]

Rockin’ for Robbie: Battle of the Bands

This spring marks the return of the Tri Sigma Sorority’s philanthropic event Rockin’ For Robbie: Battle of the Bands. The second-annual installment of this charity concert has been keeping the Sigma sisterhood busily preparing for the new set boasting four […]

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Action, Not Mystery

If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you may be disappointed. If you’re a fan of Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law and quick moving scenes, you’re due to watch the newest installment of the Sherlock Holmes franchise, Sherlock Holmes: A […]

Student Spill gives Gusties a safe place to get help

The recently formed Gustavus chapter of “Spill” is providing confidential support and feedback to students wishing to vent about relationships, schoolwork or whatever else is on their mind. Spill, an acronym for “supportive peers in laidback listening,” is an option […]

Education Under Fire

With 5 million Bahá’ís worldwide, 200,000 in the United States and 5 in St. Peter, this religious minority has been seeking help from people  all over the world. Often times, it takes just one person to make a difference, and […]

Calendar (03/07/12)

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The Gustavian Weekly, but are in fact  a manifesto on the spiritual exploration of the Cornish game hen. What are their loves? Fears? Hopes? […]