The Gustavian Weekly

Month: December 2014 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

An Issue that Needs To Be Mentioned

Death is always a morbid topic. However, in order for people to understand more about why people die and what can be done to prevent it, there has to be a knowledge of and understanding of facts many people would […]

Forget About Ferguson

Just before Thanksgiving break a Grand Jury in Ferguson, MO decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, who allegedly shot and killed Michael Brown. Debate and discussion surrounding the case, race, and oppression in America was reignited once again. The […]

Mexico in Uproar

Mexico City is in turmoil. Rioters are flooding the streets and the government pushes back, sometimes using lethal force to subdue the people. The population grows more dissident with every day that passes, and they have quite the list of […]

First-year, first-generation college students gather for dinner

First-year first-generation college students gathered on Thursday, Nov. 20 to share a meal and join in a community event during the First- Year, First-Generation College Student Dinner and Conversation sponsored by the Diversity Center and the Office of Multicultural Student […]

Festival of St. Lucia highlights Sophomore women

Gustavus celebrates the 74th annual Festival of St. Lucia on Thursday, Dec. 11 with six sophomore women who have been nominated and voted onto the court by their peers. The six women include Sarah Barnes, Rachel Hain, Janet Jennings, Kendyl […]

Barbara McAfee inspires students to live purposefully

Barbara McAfee held a workshop titled “Who You Gonna Be While You Do What You Do?” on Monday, Nov. 24 in Alumni Hall. She drew a small crowd of students and community members and encouraged them to consider the things […]

Campus Safety Report (12/5/14)

Monday, November 17 • Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in the Jackson Campus Center. Wednesday, November 19 • A student was referred to the campus conduct system for a pet policy violation in Southwest Hall. Friday, November 21 […]

Campus organizations offer stress-relief during finals

As the last weeks of classes come to an end, students can feel the pressure of finals descending upon them. However, in the chaos and stress of all the final papers and exams, Gusties need not fear. Students can always […]

Christmas in Christ Chapel to be broadcast live

For the 42nd time, the annual Christmas in Christ Chapel worship celebration will begin on Friday Dec. 5, 2014, and will continue until Sunday Dec. 7. As a tradition since 1973, Christmas in Christ Chapel is a time for the […]

Walking in a Gustie Wonderland

Snow has started to accumulate around The Hill and the temperature has started to drop, which means it’s time to either curl up in a warm room or make the trek outside to find something to do in the snow […]