The Gustavian Weekly

2015 April

Issue 21 Part 2

Issue 21 Part 2

Issue 21 Part 1

Issue 21 Part 1

Ultimate Frisbee club enjoying spring competition

Here on The Hill, there is a club team requiring no past experience that many Gusties may not know about. That team is the Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team. The roster ranges from a number of First-Years to multiple Seniors. Without […]

Schulz inspires Women’s Tennis

Two-time MIAC Tennis Athlete-Of-The-Week this season, Sophomore Management and Communications major Michaela Schulz has shown a strong streak. The women’s tennis team is currently undefeated in the MIAC along with University of St. Thomas. Schulz is currently ranked #4 in […]

Senior Spotlight: Laurel Krebsbach

This recurring segment will highlight a senior Gustavus athlete each week.   Q: What were your expectations for the season? A: My expectations coming into the spring were to go undefeated in the conference and win the MIAC playoffs with my […]

Saunders set to see Garnett back in action

The professional basketball team in Minnesota, the Minnesota Timberwolves, concluded their season on April 15 with a 138-113 loss to Oklahoma City Thunder. The defeat wrapped up the Wolves’ season with a twelve game losing streak, their last win was […]

A Breath of Life

There is a difference between breathing in air and breathing in life. Not too long ago I found myself gasping for air. I had just gotten back from Spring Break in California with the tennis team, and was adjusting to […]

How To Get Things Done

As students at a Liberal Arts college, it is basically guaranteed that you will end up taking a class that you do not love. Sometimes, in the efforts to broaden your horizons and gain experience in a variety of disciplines […]

Solidarity: A Pathway from Service to Justice

Last month, I wrote a piece titled “Urgency Urgency: It’s All About the Intersectionality,” in which I called for slow, intentional time that is necessary for deep movement building.  This slow, intentional time is an important part of the process […]

Drugs: Distorted Perceptions and Stigmas

One thing that many college students dislike, aside from 8 a.m. classes and busy work, is politics. This is understandable considering political apathy seems to be on the rise with our generation. Whether this is due to the increasing polarization […]