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Day: September 4, 2015 | The Gustavian Weekly

The good, the bad, and the underrated

After hours of buying overpriced tickets and stuffing my face with popcorn this summer, I’ve decided what summer movie reigns superior, what movie isn’t worth renting, and what movie didn’t get the credit it deserved. Mad Max Fury Road marked […]

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Feature (9/4/15)

First-Year Orientation Events Evelyn Young Dining Room “Can I Kiss You?” Evelyn Young Dining Room President’s Banquet Lund Arena Parking Lot Square Dance Anderson Theatre “E Pluribus Gustavus” The Dive Neon Dive” Numbers to Save Campus Safety  507-933-8888 Weekend Shuttle: […]

Confidence is key for Women’s Soccer

As the calendar flipped over from August to September, the Women’s Soccer team concluded their second week of preseason practices. Leading the troops are Head Coach Laura Burnett-Kurie, who has high expectations for her team as she begins her fourth […]

Reading-in-Common and the Value of Book Clubs

Every year at Gustavus, as most of the people reading this probably already know, a “Reading-in-Common” book is selected and assigned as summer reading to every incoming first-year student. There are a number of things I love about this tradition. […]

Rethinking of office spaces to benefit all Gusties

Students returning to Gustavus will notice a reconfiguration in the placement of many important offices this year. These changes have been made with the intention of all returning students, incoming first-years, faculty, and administrators benefiting from the new locations. Dean […]

Word Puzzles (9/4/15)

Each of these puzzles represents a popular idiom, or figure of speech. See if you know what they are!  

Beneath The Crown

How would you define a community? Hmmm…that’s a good question, it’s worth thinking about. I would define a community as a group of people that are together for a common reason or a common purpose, usually in a common area. […]