The Gustavian Weekly

Month: September 2015 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Women’s Golf sets ambitious target, triumphs at Eau-Claire Invitational

The Gustavus Women’s Golf team is off to a great start, placing 1st at the Eau Claire Invite and 3rd at the Saint Benedict Invite. This past weekend, the ladies finished  5th out of 17 teams at the Carleton Invitational. […]

New initiative sparks bleacher activity

One would have to be nearly blind to not have seen the new and widely popular black or white Hill Crew t-shirts around campus. Many Gusties may be asking themselves, “What is The Hill Crew?” Now at approximately 600 members […]

Traveling theatre troupe walks with Nature

Gustavus is well­ known for its Theatre Department and plays. But not often does a professional theatre troupe visit the College to put on their own performance. As part of its Midwest tour of 2015, TigerLion Arts will be performing […]

Infamous Stanford Prison Experiment still shocks

Psychological experiments have the potential to make for compelling stories whether it’d be in a book or on the big screen. Discovering the scientific properties of something is one thing, but two of the more important aspects of storytelling on […]

Gustie of the Week

Traveling from his home in Burundi, Africa, Sophomore Hubert-Christian Ngabirano joined the Gustavus community spring semester of last year. For any student, let alone an international one, joining half way through the school year when social circles have already been […]

Boxes Don’t Define a Person

Dictionary.com defines a stereotype as “a widely held and fixed idea about certain characteristics of people. A box used to group a specific set without a second thought.” Merriam Webster claims it’s “a preconceived idea of the individual.” Urban dictionary […]

Greek Life is Evolving and Changing

Bidding for Greek life has just come to a close here on campus and the fraternities and sororities are beginning to sort through their bids. As this comes to a close, many first-years are also starting to consider the benefits […]

Staying in Shape and Gender Equality

Gustavus is a very welcoming and safe community. We are inclusive no matter the race, gender, religion, or beliefs. So last spring when the weight room reserved a spot designed only for women, there were some issues. When this first […]

Sadness, Part of a Complete Gustie Experience

I have every reason to be happy. I’m a senior at Gustavus.  I come from one of the happiest, most functional families in the world. I have a wonderful boyfriend and I live with three of my best friends. I’m […]

Stay Safe with BlueLight

Safety is a main concern for students and faculty here on the Gustavus’ campus. Campus Safety does their best to protect students by providing services such as Safe Rides and blue light phone poles. Today, new apps are being developed […]