The Gustavian Weekly

2013 February

Issue 14 (2-22-13)

 

Students travel to Washington, D.C. to protest Keystone Pipeline

Late Monday night several tired but accomplished Gusties returned to campus after traveling to Washington, D.C. on a 40-hour-long round trip to protest the extension of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Keystone extension would be an addition to an already […]

Campus Safety Report (2-22-13)

Tuesday, February 12  •  Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in front of Carlson Administration building. Wednesday, February 13 • Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in Pittman Hall set off by an unknown person. •  Campus Safety […]

Chinese New Year event connects students with traditions

Chinese New Year, also refered to as the Spring Festival and the Lunar New Year, is celebrated by millions across the globe. It is held as the most significant holiday in China. The New Year is a time for people […]

Frost Week introduces new events; brings back favorites

The Campus Activities Board kicked off Frost Week last Monday for the second consecutive year. It was brought back in 2012 after almost three decades in hibernation. “It’s a kickoff to spring semester for students,”CAB Special Events Committee Co-President Jenny […]

Faculty search aims to bring diversity to campus

The Office of the Provost has recently announced an initiative to bring more diversity to campus by way of introducing a Bruce Gray Post-Doctoral Fellowship position to the College. This particular position is not an entirely new concept to campus. […]

Gustie of the Week: Alex Gunderson

Alex Gunderson might be a first-year student, but he’s already made a great impact in our community in his short time at Gustavus. This weekend he will play the title character in The Government Inspector, directed by Theatre Professor Henry […]

Welcome the beginning of the spring season with pancake brunch in the Arboretum

As spring begins to approach, nature is changing with the season. As a way to celebrate this change and connect to the early Minnesotan natives and settlers, the Linneas Arboretum is offering an event about making your own maple syrup, […]

DreamWorks presents:…

…slightly above average Rise of the Guardians Needless to say, my expectations were low. I’d heard very little of this movie, for one thing; for another, the premise just screamed mediocrity. However, as I found myself somewhat invested in the […]

Calendar (2-22-13)

The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but actually what’s in those emails we get at like 1 a.m. that I imagine no one reads. Friday, Feb. 22 Faculty […]