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Month: March 2012 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

48 Hour theater project

The department of theatre and dance will occupy the Anderson Social Science Building this weekend. This is a 48-hour theatre project involving students from the beginning directing class and the playwriting class. At 6:00 p.m. on Friday, March 23, the […]

Reflecting on Tragedy

Many remember March 29, 1998 as the day that an F3 tornado hit St. Peter, causing devastating damage to the campus. Students returned from spring break to find their cars totaled and their campus in ruins. Now, 14 years later, […]

tasty tasty hypocracy

Use your words

Some time early in my middle school career, a friend of mine, a Greek immigrant, introduced me to what was essentially a Korean knock-off of World of Warcraft. The game, called Mu, came complete with every reason there was to […]

A deficit of reason

There has been a great deal of political posturing the last year or so over the national debt. Both sides agree that the deficit and the debt need to shrink. Unfortunately, that is where their agreement ends. The Republicans maintain […]

The love vote

Apathy is hard to come by at Gustavus. Seriously. Even those whose lives revolve around such seemingly apathetic activities as skipping class and all-day Call of Duty marathons most likely watch enough of The Daily Show online to have a […]

This article has been f#*@&$! censored

“It may look like I was being a bitch, but that’s only because I was acting like a bitch.” Remember this quote from Mean Girls? Everyone has an opinion and everyone else has criticisms. It is impossible to do anything […]

March Mayhem

After disregarding homework completely on “Selection Sunday,” I read blog after blog of statistical analysis on the most likely upsets. I watched Digger Phelps point his stupid Sharpie Marker at me for two straight hours during ESPN’s Bracketology special at […]

Women’s tennis heating up for the outdoors

A pair of wins gives the Gustie women a momentum boost just before spring The Gustavus women’s tennis team was rolling last weekend as they earned a pair of convincing wins in duals against MSU-Mankato and Upper Iowa. “It was […]

Coming back hungry

For the third straight year, the women’s hockey team made it to the Frozen Four of the NCAA National Tournament. Although the championship title still eluded them, the team is ready to come back stronger than ever next year. One […]