The Gustavian Weekly

2014 March

Administration, students respond to bias incidents, prompts dialogue on cultural divisions

O ver the last month, an unusual amount of bias incidents were reported to the Dean of Students. The incidents have prompted questions as to the administration’s response method and spurred campus-wide dialogue regarding cultural divisions within the Gustavus community. […]

David Lim named winner of Immanuel Lutheran Church Organ Competition

Many students walking past Christ Chapel in the evenings are familiar with the faint strains of organ music emitting from the building. More often than not, it is the sound of Junior Biology and Music Major David Lim at the […]

Campus Safety Sergeant Mike English retires after 14 years

After 14 years of dedicated service, Campus Safety Sergeant Mike English is retiring from his position at Gustavus. To celebrate his diligent work and highlight his accomplishments, there will be a farewell reception today, March 28, in the Three Crowns […]

Dove Real Beauty Speaker inspires students to consider media influence and body image

Real Beauty Speaker Stacy Nadeau opened her presentation on Friday,  March 21 with a warning that she would be completely open and honest with the audience for the entirety of her allotted hour and a half. Nadeau followed through as […]

Showcase unites sophomore class

Members of each Gustavus class have a sense of pride for their school and their fellow classmates. On March 20, members of the class of 2016 came together to celebrate talents during the Sophomore Class Showcase. The only requirements for […]

Try a Tri, sign up for the Take the Hill Triathlon

Competitors competed in the swimming, biking, and running portions of the 2012 Take The Hill Triathlon. This year’s triathlon is the sixth time this event has been held. All proceeds benefit Insulindependence, a non-profit organization that helps people with diabetes […]

Vikings rebuild through free agency

The 2014 NFL season has officially begun – the free agency market officially opened on March 11. Now is when teams begin to release old players and sign new ones in preparation for the playing season. The Minnesota Vikings began […]

Gustie athletes shine in National competitions

Human Performance Lab offers services to students and faculty

T he Gustavus Health Fitness majors are looking to promote the Human Performance Lab (HPL) as a resource for both students and faculty on campus. The HPL is located in Lund Center, and its services are available to all students […]

Gustavus students take on National Athletic Training Month

March is National Athletic Training Month, and the Gustavus Athletic Training majors have been spending their time raising awareness about their program with various activities around campus. “The month is really valuable for getting the word out about what exactly […]