The Gustavian Weekly

2016 October 14

Women’s Soccer gets a W: Bouncing back from a tough Augsburg loss, Gusties beat St. Benedict’s

The Gustavus Women’s Soccer team went 1-1 against two tough teams in Augsburg and St. Benedict’s. The Gusties were shut out for the second game in a row as it fell by a score of 2-0 at Augsburg College on […]

Volleyball nets back to back wins

Coming off a tough 3-1 loss to nonconference opponent UW-Stout on Oct. 4, Gustavus Volleyball had only winning on their minds heading into their Oct. 7 match with MIAC rival Carleton College, and win the Gusties did. “Our offense was […]

Men’s Soccer steps up: Beats three out of the last four MIAC opponents

Take away Wednesdays loss to Saint John’s and the Gusties have finally been playing their soccer. Despite a bit of a rough start to their season, the Gustavus men’s soccer team has had multiple strong performances in the past few […]

Correction from issue 5

The Gustavian Weekly acknowledges and apologizes for a misrepresentation of the Chaplain’s office views in last weeks front page article ‘Faculty conclude vote in favor of commencement changes’. The Chaplain’s office maintains that commencement should be held on Sunday. The […]

Habitat for Humanity organizes fall trip to Aurora

While attending class is vital to one’s education, it is important to note that students can make a significant difference by venturing outside the classroom. That is exactly what Habitat for Humanity prepares to do for their upcoming service trip […]

Campus Safety Report (10/14/16)

Monday, October 3 An online report was submitted about a student receiving unwanted sexual-related communications from another student. A student reported verbal harassment from unknown persons in a vehicle while on Campus Drive. Campus Safety responded to a medical assist […]

Gusties take a stand: NoDAPL movement gains more support on campus

Standing Rock. A new civil rights movement where environmental and human rights have met. The Dakota Access Pipeline Project is a pipeline that will stretch 1,172 miles from North Dakota to Illinois. It will pump an estimated 470,000 to 570,000 […]

Anti-hazing efforts take on new forms: Individuals from various parts of the campus community advocates against hazing

Anti-hazing efforts have sprung from several outlets on campus this year. The Campus Activities office put forth regular efforts to educate the student body, including tabling outside the Evelyn Young Dinning Center handing out various items such as buttons, stickers, […]

Behind the Fourth Crown

Gustavus is home to a myriad of organizations that allow and encourage students to pursue personal and professional interests. A fairly recent addition to the community includes the online satirical news publication, the Fourth Crown. Co-founded by Gustie alums Sam […]

‘All Lives Matter’ distracts from real issue

Last Thursday, Gustavus students were provided the unique and constructive opportunity to attend the informative “I AM A BLACK MAN” panel in Wallenberg Auditorium. The thoughtful and productive discussion that occurred from this panel is extremely useful in having a […]