The Gustavian Weekly

Day: November 13, 2015 | The Gustavian Weekly

Issue 8

Part 1 – Part 2

Saturdays’ performances yield ultimate award

Football stuns Concordia, Volleyball and Women’s Soccer brings home MIAC championships

Men’s Basketball is Ready for Tip-Off

The Gustavus Men’s Basketball team starts their season on Saturday, Nov. 14 against the University of Northwestern-St. Paul. This year the team is lead by four senior captains: Gary Cooper, Brian Jacobs, Chad Poppen and Chris Narum. Last year the […]

Women’s Soccer to Face No. 6 Wheaton

Last Saturday was a good day to be a Gustie, largely in part to the success of the Gustavus Women’s Soccer team, who captured their first ever MIAC playoff title with a 1-0 victory over St. Thomas. Not only was […]

Mock the Political System and It Will Mock You Back

One of the more popular topics for people to write and talk about currently is how the political system in the United States has started to take the appearance of a big joke. With people like Donald Trump lasting so […]

(White) Rebel Without a Cause

There’s something delicious about hometown drama after you’ve gone off to college. My high school years were hard enough without all the shenanigans going on in the hallways. But when my school started popping up in the local news last […]

What’s the Rush?

This past week a friend of mine posted a meme on my Facebook wall. The meme read, “there are two kinds of people when Christmas decorations appear in the shops.” Below was a picture of Buddy the Elf and King […]

The Perks of Being a Collegiate Criminal

Laws, we are told, apply equally to all citizens. If you break a law, you’ll get punished for it regardless of social standing, race, sexuality, religion, etc. Justice is blind. Or at least that’s what the government wants us to […]

S.T.L.F. Pays it Forward Again

Students Today, Leader Forever is an organization formed in 2003 by a group of U of M students. Since 2003, they have expanded their organization throughout the nation to college campuses, recruiting eager college students looking to make a difference […]

Gustavus Professors’ First Book Publications

The Bookmark hosted a book release event for Professors Blake Couey of the Religion Department and Sharon Marquart of the French on October 29. Couey’s book Reading the poetry of First Isaiah: The most perfect model of the prophetic Poetry […]