The Gustavian Weekly

2012 May

RE: CAB Cash

I am writing on the subject of the graphs in the Weekly’s April 30, 2012 edition (“Complex financial realities continue to shape Gustavus tuition” and “CAB and Senate share finance distributions”). –The graph on the front page of the Weekly […]

Seasons with a twist

Workshop Architects present possible Dive renovation designs

On Thursday, April 26, 2012, Workshop Architects Inc., brought their first drafts of possible Dive renovation plans to campus seeking student input. “A few weeks ago, they came to Gustavus and ran through several brainstorming activities with the Dive committee […]

Alpha Sigma Tau recognized at Gustavus

Gustavus women interested in Greek life have a new option on campus. The national sorority Alpha Sigma Tau is in the process of colonizing and is set to become an official sorority next fall. There are approximately thirty women already […]

Library books inspire floral creations

The black and white pages of the library’s books are going to be livened up with some colorful floral decorations this weekend in the Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library. Books in Bloom is a fund-raising event for the library led by […]

Matt Rasmussen receives Walt Whitman Award

Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Matt Rasmussen (’98), has been chosen by poet Jane Hirshfield as the recipient of the 2012 Walt Whitman Award, presented by the Academy of American Poets. The Walt Whitman Award “was established in 1975 to […]

Calendar (05/11/12)

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but are in fact a list of all the things you really ought to do in your four years at Gustavus. […]

Gustie of the Week: Matthew Swenson

Empowering men to have healthy relationships and friends to rely on. Matthew Swenson, co- president of M-Pact, strives to create gender equality and healthy communication between both men and women to expel stereotypes about men. His role in the group […]

Summer of training

With summer just around the corner, many fall athletes and coaches are beginning to prepare themselves for three months of summer training. To get our fall teams geared up for the competition, coaches such as Dale Bahr (cross country) are […]

Athletes under fire

Seth Anderson: Basketball Q: What is your best GAC sports memory? A: Hitting the game winner against UST as a sophomore at home to end their winning streak, and hitting the game winner at Buena Vista to break the scoring record. […]