The Gustavian Weekly

Day: April 17, 2015 | The Gustavian Weekly

Issue 20 Part 2

Issue 20 Part 2

Issue 20 Part 1

Issue 20 Part 1

The Double-Edged Sword

This subject really pisses me off.  I feel that if I talk about it, even though it applies to me, I won’t be able to accurately describe it or the stigma that surrounds its existence. What I’d really like to […]

U.S. and Cuba Renew Relations

Over the past few days there has been a lot of news about the recent meeting during the Summit of the Americas in Panama City. The Summit marks the first time in over 50 years that the U.S. and Cuba […]

Lost Wanderlust

Scenario one: A hazy mist hangs in the air, and there is a certain light falling that wasn’t there when you left home this morning. The mist suddenly becomes a downpour – nature creating a background music of harsh drops […]

Climate Who?

I’ve already spoken about climate change in the past, and I’m sure people are sick of the topic. I know I am, mostly because it shouldn’t really be a topic of debate. Now, this isn’t going to be an article […]

Make it OK campaign

New opportunity to ‘Take your Professor to Lunch’

Students interact with professors, staff, and other employees of the College on a regular basis, but often only within the confines of the classroom or regular routines. New this month, the “Take Your Professor to Lunch” program will provide an […]

Gusties serve for Spring Break

Gustavus Adolphus College organizations represented campus internationally during Spring Break. Among these organizations was Habitat for Humanity, Students Today Leaders Forever, and Learning To Serve. Habitat for Humanity sent groups to North Carolina, Tennessee and Lousiana to construct houses and […]

Sustainability movements connect for change

Sustainability movements have been a frequent topic of discussion this year, and the discussion continues with several upcoming events, Earth Week and Justice, Faith, and Climate Change conversation. Several groups are combining for for Earth Week. The week takes place […]