The Gustavian Weekly

2016 May

This year in sports: Looking back on 2015-2016 Gustie Athletics

What a year it’s been for Gustie Athletics! To celebrate the College Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is hosting the second annual Golden Gusties Awards Banquet on Sunday, May 15 in the Don Roberts Ice Rink. The banquety will honor the […]

Softball falls in MIAC playoffs: Season comes to a premature end

Softball falls at MIAC playoffs, season comes to an end After a very successful regular season, the Gustavus Softball team’s season came to abrupt end last weekend at the MIAC Conference Playoff Tournament, hosted by top seeded University of St. […]

Gone dancin’: Women’s Tennis headed to the NCAA tournament

The Gustavus Adolphus College Women’s Tennis team is going dancing. A doubles sweep and two straight-set singles wins gave the Gusties a 5-0 victory over Carleton College on Saturday afternoon at the Bell Field Tennis Courts. The win clinches Gustavus […]

Pressure of Post-Grad Plans

There is inexpressible pressure that is pushed onto soon to be college graduates to find a job in their field before commencement day and I have been feeling that pressure since this January to find a job that pays the […]

Keeping in Touch

Birds are singing in the meadows and trees around the arboretum, rain falls softly outside windows, and the minds of students begin to stray towards thoughts of summer. As the semester winds to a close many will begin to pack […]

Gustavus Beyond

I write this article as a direct response to Mr. Haberman’s piece in The Gustavian Weekly last issue titled “Bye Bye Gustie.” It is quite fitting that I can end my four years at Gustavus writing about where I see Gustavus […]

Crimes of Love

In response to largely negative reactions to the graffiti on campus a few weeks ago, I would like to bring a new perspective. This newspaper called what occurred a crime, and I will acknowledge that this is technically true. But […]

Night of Distinction awards students and groups

The 5th annual Night of Distinction was held this past Sunday, May 8 at 7 pm in Alumni Hall. As a part of Honors Weekend, this awards banquet was a a celebration of Leadership, Service, and Achievement for Gustavus students […]

Honors Convocation recognizes students and faculty

As the Gustavus community eagerly awaits summer vacation, the Honors Day Convocation is one event during Honors Weekend that takes a moment to celebrate student and professor achievements in the past school year. The Convocation took place at 10:30 am […]

Rev. Joanne Sanders speaks on meaning in Sports

Student athletes can find it hard balancing college life between practice and class. Gustavus has a special sort of student athletes because they have no other incentive to play collegiately other than for passion of the game. For some, it’s […]