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Month: February 2016 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Minnesota’s Secretary of State visits Steve Simon sits down with Gusties

Secretary of State Steve Simon was on the road last week, making stops in Scott, Le Sueur, Blue Earth, Nicollet, Sibley, and McCleod Counties. He travelled to talk about business services, domestic violence prevention and to talk about the upcoming […]

Sexual Violence on Campus: kNOw MORE

While in college, one in 5 women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted. However, more than 90% of sexual assault victims on college campuses do not report the assault.    Although Gustavus is a relatively small school it […]

Beneath the Crown (2/26/16)

What is a good education to you? “A good education is one where I can come away knowing that I learned something substantial. It has to be substantial enough that I can effectively take it into my workplace and surrounding […]

Tales from Abroad – Rachael Manser

How many people can say they have traveled to Cuba? I am so grateful to be able to say that I have, especially in light of the 2016 presidential election, the results of which will be pivotal in determining future […]

Classics features reading of new play Oedipus in Jail

Gustavus Adolphus College often brings both well­ known and up ­and­ coming speakers, presentations, plays, and more to campus. The most recent emerging piece of work that is being presented at the college on March 3 is a reading of […]

Not just another Steve Jobs movie

The Oscars are coming up this Sunday, and fittingly enough, this weekend’s movie has a few nominations under its belt. It may not be up there for Best Picture, but Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress are still two highly […]

Gustie of the Week – Solveig Svendsen

Commonly, the Gustie of the Week is a junior or senior student simply because they’ve had a bit more time to develop their niche within the community. However, this week, sophomore Solveig Svendsen has challenged that archetype, proving that one […]

Science On The Beach: Learn How to Get the Perfect Spring Break Bod

If you have noticed that your jeans are fitting a little tighter after J-term, you may have fallen victim to a winter weight gain. With spring break about five weeks away, it’s time to stop hibernating and start thinking about […]

Gone Clubbin’: Nordic Ski Still Adjusting to Losing Its Varsity Status

While many of us Gusties like to complain about the snow on the ground, members of the club Nordic ski team on campus take full advantage of it by racing lengths ranging from 1.5 kilometers to 55 kilometers through the […]

Senior Spotlight – Emily Reibert

Q: Has this season lived up to your expectations? A: This season hasn’t lived up to my expectations. My freshman year was so much different because we didn’t lose a game up until we made it to the Final Four. […]