The Gustavian Weekly

Month: September 2016 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Gustavus alumni joins Standing Rock protest

Standing Rock, North Dakota isn’t a place that people usually hear about. Yet it gained national attention when the indigenous people started protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. There are overlaying issues of environmental, indigenous sovereignty, and basic rights that are […]

Campus Safety Report (9/30/16)

Tuesday, September 20 Campus Safety received a report of occupants of a motor vehicle driving past a pedestrian and shouting bias comments toward the pedestrian at 0000 hours. Case referred to the Bias Response Team. Wednesday, September 21 An online […]

‘I Am A Black Man’ panel aims to humanize

I Am A Black Man. What does that statement mean? On Thursday Oct 6 at 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. in the Wallenberg Auditorium this question will be addressed by a panel of students, faculty, and administrators. “I see this as an […]

Gold and black, take me back: The Great Gustie Gathering excites students and brings alumni home

As the Nobel Conference winds down and the weekend draws closed, the anticipation for Homecoming is becoming the focus here on campus. Homecoming has been a time-honored tradition since around 1910. There is still debate today about who hosted the […]


Greek organizations have been a part of Gustavus Adolphus College for over 100 years. They are an opportunity for students to make a difference on campus through philanthropic fundraising events, community service, and campus pride. As a recognized Greek organization, […]

Beneath the Crown (9/30/16)

What is your dream career? “I’m really into numbers and I’m someone who doesn’t want to be the center of attention, like I’d rather work behind the scenes, but I still want to make a difference. So, I’ve always been […]

Tales from Abroad – Shelby Pankratz

Last spring semester I studied abroad in the bustling town of Florence, Italy. Over 4,750 miles and 110 days away from home, I visited 28 cities in a total of six countries and had the absolute time of my life. […]

Concerning a Campus Concert Collective

These are dire times for the campus music lover. While tons of very good, formal, sit-down recitals and concerts abound, the frustrated concertgoer in search of musicians not wearing ties and black blouses is forced to forgo the college on […]

Get in or out of the Game with Nerve

R elevancy seems to be the one selling point of today’s modern movies. What, with Purge: Election Day and Finding Dory, everything in popular culture is calling back to something present in our lives. Therefore, it’s not too tough to […]

Gustie of the Week – Anna St. Dennis

Most students are extremely dedicated to everything that they do here at Gustavus. From academics, to on-campus jobs and activities, and being friendly to everyone they meet, being a Gustie requires a lot, and Anna St. Dennis is as Gustie […]