The Gustavian Weekly

Month: November 2012 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Cloudy with a chance of musing

Merry Chickenmas Ahh, the Christmas Season! While we have had nothing but a few rogue snowflakes yet this year, stores, television commercials and even my roommate’s music selection have all been inundated with the magical holiday at the end of […]

A tip from your bonny lass

Pride check Admittedly, I’d never seen a Gustavus football game before the last of the season. Some friends of mine (filthy Cobbers from up North) came to visit and cheer on their team. With convincing, I went, too. They could […]

Food for thought

Mirages in the land of the re-blogger I come from a family with a background in classical music. At a young age, I was surrounded by plaster busts of composers with powdered wigs or big beards and stern eyes, whose […]

Women’s swim and dive splash into the season

Although the season is still young, the Gustavus women’s swim and dive team have high hopes for the year as well as an impressive record to build upon. With three consecutive MIAC Championship titles as well as two first places […]

Bullet points to help you beat the winter blues

Winter is a time to embrace your outgoing side and creativity. Staying fit and eating right can be difficult, especially during the holidays. Here are some tips to keep you on track:               Outdoor […]

Dakota Commemorative March…

…continues dialogue and sparks reflection Since Nov. 2002, Dakota Indians have made an annual 150-mile journey from Lower Sioux Indian community to Fort Snelling in honor of the Dakota men, women and children who were forcibly removed to concentration camps […]

Campaign Gustavus reaches $100 million mark…

…nearing final goal Campaign Gustavus, the name of the College’s comprehensive fundraising effort, has recently hit its $100 million milestone towards its eventual goal of $150 million, thanks to the generosity and vision of many alumni and friends of the […]

Campus Safety Report (11/16/12)

Monday, November 5 •  Campus Safety took a report of a theft from the Jackson Campus Center. Wednesday, November 7 •  Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Uhler Hall. Thursday, November 8 • Campus Safety investigated a report […]

Provost and administration engage in dialogue with students

Opportunities to develop communication paths between College administrators and students were highlighted in the Annual Report for goals of the College. Some of these avenues include The Provost’s Listening Post, Dishin’ with the Deans and Ken Westphal’s upcoming forum on […]

No Fear CPR

On Nov. 1, the College and Allina Health Care co-sponsored a No Fear CPR event in Lund Athletic Center. The event kicked off at 12:15 p.m. with a Heart Safe Community presentation. Training in Automated External Defibrillator (AED) usage and […]