The Gustavian Weekly

2013 March

Letter to the Editor (3/22/13)

I found it ironic that in Kelsey Hering’s article about the laudable push towards gender-neutral housing at Gustavus, she reinforces stereotypes about both men and women. In the article’s sidebar, Hering lists one of the disadvantages of gender-neutral housing; “Men […]

Comic (3/22/13)

Calendar (3/22/13)

The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but rather the ghost of James Freetly haunting his former page, meaning he is here this weekend complaining about how I ruined […]

Campus Safety Report (3/22/13)

Tuesday, March 12 • A student in Norelius Hall was cited with underage consumption and possession of alcohol. • A student reported injuries from a fall on a campus sidewalk that occurred earlier in the day. Thursday, March 14 • […]

Retreat brings Greek Community together

A number of leaders in the campus Greek community spent the weekend of March 15-17 on a retreat at Camp Courage in Maple Lake, Minn. The retreat was planned to serve a number of purposes related to Gustavus Greek life and […]

Habitat for Humanity values service and leadership

This Spring Break, the members of Habitat for Humanity will be volunteering their time and efforts in the construction of homes for people in need across the southern United States. This year, the locations include Maryville, Tennessee; Sumter, South Carolina; […]

Awards recognize civic engagement

The 2013 Civic Engagement Awards have been announced, recognizing outstanding individuals and community partners in their exemplary services to the community. The Minnesota Campus Compact’s President’s Awards for Civic Engagements give member college presidents and chancellors the opportunity to recognize […]

Gustavus Q&A is creating discussion with Day of Silence

A s a nation-wide event, students across campuses, high schools and even middle schools will partake in a day-long vow of silence  on April 19 to represent the silencing of LGBT students and their supporters. The Gustavus Queers & Allies […]

First international internship has student traveling to China

Keenan Madson, a junior history major, has a dream of designing theme park rides.  On Feb. 14, he found out that this summer, he will get a step closer to that dream, and in doing so, he will become the […]

Gustie of the Week: Josh Owens

Josh Owens is probably best known on campus for his athletic talent. He has been pole vaulting for eight years, most recently placing fourth at Nationals for Division III Indoor Track and Field. He has also been the MIAC champion […]