The Gustavian Weekly

Month: April 2012 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Only the strong survive

Chances are you have been hazed. Whether or not you realize that you have been hazed is another issue entirely. The National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention, an organization led by a pair of researchers from the University of […]

What do you do with a BA in…

Hi friends! I’m sure you never would have guessed this, but the economy’s undergoing a bit of a hiccup at the moment. Some doomsayers are calling it the “Great Recession.” Heck, even the Negative Nancys over at the Associated Press […]

Invisible priorities

If you have not seen the KONY 2012 YouTube video by now, you must have been living under a rock. But just in case you don’t know what I am talking about, Joseph Kony, (a.k.a. the Bad Guy) is the […]

Is social security sustainable?

Social Security is without a doubt one of America’s most popular government programs. It has long been viewed as the “third rail” of American politics, meaning if a politician touches it they die. While a majority want the system to […]

how students who have not read the…

financial edition of the very lovely and factual gustavian weekly think about campus finance:

RE: Targets of discrimination

We at Gustavus are champions of social justice. We are leaders in equality for women and people of different cultures. We pride ourselves on our acceptance of gay and transgendered people.  We raise awareness for child soldiers in Africa, the […]

Calendar (04/27/12)

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but are in fact a series of moves to bust out at the Dive. Use caution however, because the Monday – […]

Budgeting in the balance

There are two sides to the club sports coin. The positive aspects are the independence and flexibility that a non-varsity sport provides. The more challenging part is the responsibility that the captains and team leaders are faced with. One of […]

Women’s tennis thrives outdoors

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 great to get everyone some quality match play,” Head Coach Jon Carlson said. “We […]

Vikings stadium: the proposal moves forward

Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the National Football League, flexed his commissioning muscle when he arrived at the Minnesota state capital last Friday. The move by Goodell left Minnesota the chance to determine the future of the Vikings before he […]