The Gustavian Weekly

2014 March 21

Presidents’ Awards for Civic Engagement Announced

The 2014 Civic Engagement Awards have been announced, recognizing outstanding individuals and community partners in their excellent civic engagement. The Minnesota Campus Compact provides opportunities for presidents of member institutions to give statewide recognition to effective leaders in the development […]

Presidential Cabinet Forum fosters discussion of campus issues

A panel of seven Presidential Cabinet members joined with Student Senate Co-Presidents Matt Timmons and Dani Cabrera in an open dialogue with Gustavus students on Wednesday, March 19. The evening began with introductions of the students in attendance. Many students expressed […]

President Ohle shares thoughts on the college’s future

In an interview with The Gustavian Weekly, President Ohle spoke regarding the current transitional phase of the college. “I believe that the transition from one administration to another is an exciting time on a college campus. I have been fortunate […]

Safer Sex Carnival focusing on education

Gustavus Sexual Assult Response Team (SART) is teaming up with Health Services and the Peer Assistants to put on Gustavus’ first Safer Sex Carnival. The carnival, which will take place on Tuesday, March 25, aims to promote safe sexual decisions […]

President’s Ball new location is a hit among students

President’s Ball, an elegant tradition that Gustavus has carried on for decades, took place on Saturday, March 15, at the Verizon Wireless Centre in Mankato. About 600 students participated in the semi-formal event, which began with a social hour at […]

Junior Nate Paulsen named Mr. Gustavus

Strutting their stuff for a good cause, eight men battled for the prestigious title of Mr. Gustavus on the evening of Thursday, March 13. The group, all juniors and seniors, were nominated by fellow students during a week of tabling. […]

Golf and tennis teams to travel for Spring Break

It seems that spring athletes in Minnesota are automatically at a disadvantage. With our state’s notoriously long winters and this year’s polar vortex, it’s no mystery why several Gustavus teams are heading out of town to gear up for the […]

Cameron Clause earns All-America honors for second straight year

Senior Cameron Clause was one of two Gustavus track and field athletes to qualify for the 2014 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, along with Sophomore Sarah Swanson. Clause competed in the heptathlon, and scored a total of 5,065 points […]

Campus embraces yoga phenomenon

What better way to ease your stress as midterms edge closer than partaking in a form of meditation that ages back 4000 years? Yoga, meaning union or blend, according to the All One Yoga website, is a physical activity that […]

Baseball team ready to prove their talent

The Gustavus men’s baseball 2014 season is now in full swing. For weeks, the players have been practicing indoors. Their first game action will begin when they head to Arizona March 20-24, to compete in the Tuscon Invitational. During this […]