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Month: February 2014 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Hillstrom Museum features feminist, abstract art

The Hillstrom Museum is now open, showcasing a new exhibit that features female-empowering artists, Minna Citron and Peggy Bacon.  The exhibit opened on Feb. 17 and will be displayed until April 17. The exhibit opening commenced with a reception featuring […]

Celebrities coming out of the closet, into the spotlight

On Valentine’s Day, at the Human Rights Campaign’s “Time to Thrive” conference, Ellen Page broke news with an emotional speech. In the speech, Page stated, “I’m here today because I am gay.” With these words, Ellen Page came out to […]

You will fall for Gravity

The Oscars are Sunday,  March 2, and one of the leading films is none other than Alfonso Cuaron’s cinematic marvel, Gravity.  This film was the highest rated film of 2013 on sites like Rottentomatoes and Metacritic, and is tied for […]

Gustavus theatre presents Hair

For countless years, people have been witness to stories. Stories were painted onto the walls of ancient caves. They have been carved onto wood, ivory, and stone and printed onto parchment and paper. They have been passed down by word […]

Why we should ban homosexuality

The following article is a satire Unless you’ve been living under a rock, Arizona’s House of Representatives has recently passed a piece of legislation to allow businesses to refuse service to certain individuals, namely same sex couples or individuals perceived […]

Inquiring minds want to know—or already do?

As college students, education is something one would think we all understand by now (especially if you’re an upperclassman). You take some classes you like, some you don’t; you take tests and write papers. You might even learn some things […]

The importance of acceptance

Everything needs to be talked about. Talking lights the way for our species to work together, solve problems, get past old dilemmas, and paves the way for a better tomorrow. Being able to talk about problems at home with family, […]

No ifs, ands, or butts

The Student Senate budget is large enough to pay the full tuition for a student this year, with a little left over funds to buy new vases for all the tables in the Caf. They could be paying off student […]

Calendar (2/28/2014)

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but rather the only information that was leaked in the Apple security breach. Pretty scary, I know. Friday, Feb. 28 Faculty […]

Campus Safety Report (2/28/2014)

Monday, February 17 Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Rundstrom Hall. Tuesday, February 18  Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Old Main. Wednesday, February 19  Campus Safety cited one student for underage consumption and possession and […]