The Gustavian Weekly

Month: May 2015 | The Gustavian Weekly

Issue 23 Part 2

Issue 23 Part 2

Issue 23 Part 1

Issue 23 Part 1

Senior Spotlight: Daniel Cameron

This recurring segment will highlight a senior Gustavus athlete each week. Q: What were your expectations for the season? A: This season was a tough one. The weather was some of the worst conditions I have ever played in my […]

Track and Field head to Twin Cities for season finale

This weekend, the Gustavus Men’s and Women’s Track & Field teams will travel to Macalester College to compete in the MIAC Outdoor Championships. One must first qualify in order to compete in the Championship meet. For many field events, an […]

Baseball wraps up joyful season

It was certainly not a breathtaking record, but a season filled with hard work, chemistry building, and a lifetime’s worth of memorable games. The Men’s baseball team finished off the season with a record of 6-12 in the MIAC and […]

Gustie dancers reaches the end of an era

The Gustavus Dance Team uses their dance expertise to pump up the Gustie fans and show their Gustie pride. The performance based team can be found at football and basketball games, and the competition team dances at competitions. The women […]

How God Works and His Plan for You

Have you ever heard the saying “God has a plan for you?” Lately, I have been hearing it in conversations about people going through struggles. When something bad happens we sometimes find comfort in saying whatever happened is part of […]

Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

“Don’t be in such a hurry to condemn a person because s(he) doesn’t do what you do, or think as you think. There was a time when you didn’t know what you know today.” Malcolm X once said those very […]

The Fight That Didn’t Save Boxing

Many fans were upset with the way the big fight went. Most people expected a slugfest that would bring out the barbarian in us all. What most viewers don’t understand is, that is simply not how Floyd “Money” Mayweather fights. […]

The Importance of Proper Grammar

One of the jokes I am constantly faced with as an English major is the most annoying phrase “grammar Nazi.” This annoys me first and foremost because people who use this phrase are accidently comparing people in the world who […]