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Month: October 2015 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Anonymity Online Continues to Cause Problems

The great Yik Yak debate refreshed itself once again this year. According to a campus-wide email sent out in late September, a student posted a threat to the app, Yik Yak, that read something along the lines of, “During this […]

Campus Safety Report (10/16/15)

Monday, October 5 ● Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Beck Hall, the student was transported to Health Service. Tuesday, October 6 ● A Collegiate Fellow responded to an alcohol violation in Norelius Hall involving one student. ● […]

Gustavus Mourns the Loss of Longtime Professor

Professor of math, computer science, and statistics Terry “T.J.” Morrison died on Thursday, October 8. Morrison, who was often called T.J. by students, was 68 and had taught at Gustavus since 1978. He passed away at Mayo Clinic Health System […]

Five Fun Fall Festivities

Fall is in full swing and with the sudden abundance of sweaters, pumpkin spice flavored lattes, and crisp leaves, it’s the perfect time of year to spend outside. St. Peter and the surrounding areas offer many fun fall activities, so […]

Comic (10/16/15) – “Too Hot”

Beneath The Crown (10/16/15)

What makes you happy? “Dance! The way I move my body to music, and stuff like that. When I dance, I feel happy and…like I could do anything.” How would you describe happiness? “You feel light on the inside, and […]

Luke Spehar Expresses Faith Through Music

Gustavus Adolphus College provides a wide variety of events for students, staff, and the general community of St. Peter. This Friday, Luke Spehar will perform in the Dive from 7 to 9 p.m. He is sponsored by Gustavus, the Newman […]

Argonautika: The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts

Worst family “Vacation” Ever

Unfortunately, at this point we have to accept the fact that Hollywood would rather make reboots or sequels to long forgotten franchises than produce more original content. There’s been plenty of criticism over the last decade. While a number of […]

Gustie of the Week – Leah Soule

While Gustavus students are known fairly well for their numerous ventures into understanding and supporting social activism, there are certain students who’s passion is unmistakable. Senior Leah Soule is one such student who’s found her niche within the Gustavus community […]