The Gustavian Weekly

Day: February 20, 2015 | The Gustavian Weekly

Issue 15 Part 2 (2/20/15)

Issue 15 Part 2

Issue 15 Part 1 (2/20/15)

Issue 15 Part 1

Senior Spotlight: Heather Funai

This recurring segment will highlight a senior Gustavus athlete each week. Q: Has the season met your expectations so far? A: Yes. This season has been amazing. It’s better than what I imagined my final season being. My teammates are […]

Softball goes 4-2 against D-II schools in Hawaii

For most Gusties, touring break consisted of sub­zero temperatures and many attempts to stay warm. This was most definitely not the case for the Gustavus softball team who spent ten days enjoying the Hawaiian sunshine while taking part in three […]

Dubnyk boosts Wild towards playoffs

After a trembling start to the season, the Minnesota Wild used the month of January to get back on a winning record. Since the all-star break, the team has collected 18 points out of 22 possible, elevating them from the […]

Make-or-break weekend for men’s hockey

Four losses, six ties, and four wins; it is up to the final two games of the hockey season to determine whether the men’s hockey team continues into the playoffs, to possibly even win the MIAC Championship for the fourth […]

Women’s basketball dribbles into post-season

The Gustavus Women’s Basketball team will wrap up a successful regular season on Saturday, Feb. 21 with a home game against the College of Saint Benedict. The women will then set their sights on the conference playoffs which begin the […]

Sex, Drugs, and Rocking Chairs

For decades, the youth of our country have been engaging in behavior characteristically defined as reckless, stupid, and risky. In the Sixties, it was Rock and Roll and marijuana. For today’s youth, it’s something even more menacing. And we at […]

True Love

With Valentine’s Day last weekend, love is in the air, or at least in everyone’s hearts. I have a slight problem with Valentine’s Day though. Amidst the hustle and bustle of Valentine’s Day, we lose sight of what’s really important. […]

Letter to the Editor (2/20/15)

“Make your life count” is the motto I have heard over the radio since the start of this school year. As far as mottos go, it makes good sense to me. I am a bit concerned that some of the […]