The Gustavian Weekly

2016 November

Theater and Dance dept. shed More Light on stage

The Gustavus Theater and Dance department present More Light, a play by Bryony Lavery. This abstract play is directed by Henry MacCarthy, with set design by Lydia Francis and Micha J Maatman, costume and make-up design by Larissa McConnell, light […]

Josh Vietti, the hip-hop violinist, comes to Gustavus

When you think of pop ballads, Taylor Swift might come to mind. When you think of Hip-Hop, you might be in the mood for some 50 Cent. When you think about the violin, you probably picture Bach or Mozart. When […]

The search for a Title IX coordinator continues: Gustavus looks to hire additional administrative staff to work on prevention of Title IX cases

While attending Gustavus Adolphus College, it is important that all students are in a safe and welcoming environment. The college has made significant progress in trying to inform students of by sending emails to the whole student body. Although that […]

Snowden remains controversial on the big screen

Before 2013, most of us had probably never heard the name Edward Snowden. Now when we hear it, we recognize it immediately. Edward Snowden is a former Central Intelligence Agency employee who made national headlines in 2013 for leaking classified […]

Gustie of the Week – Chase Adelsman

Chase is one of the most humorous, talented, and loving people you could have the pleasure of meeting on this campus. He can command and dominate any dinner table banter while still letting those around him know that they are […]

Volleyball’s season rolls to a close

With just three regular season game under their belt, the Gustavus Men’s basketball team finds themselves hungry for more competition. The team opened their regular season by traveling to Iowa last week to take on Buena Vista University. The Gusties […]

Vandalism effects student bus service: Damage to the Nicollet County Bank cause Gus Bus to lose a stop

The Gus Bus has become a staple around campus as its popularity has continued growing throughout the years. Sponsored by the Student Senate, it offers rides to students on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday each week. The Nicollet County Bank no […]

Campus Safety Report (11/18/16)

Monday, November 7 A Collegiate Fellow responded to a policy violation in College View Apartments and documented two different rooms with screens that had been removed. Online reports were submitted reporting political-related slogans chalked on campus. Tuesday, November 8 Campus […]

Turkey, Traditions And Thanks

“My Thanksgiving day traditions start at my Uncle Steve’s in Woodbury where all our family comes together. Every year after we eat, we always play a game of Texas Hold’em and the winner (usually me), gets a $100! Then we […]

Comic (11/18/16) – “Crippling Debt”