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Month: December 2016 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

NAMI visit campus

Last Monday, two speakers from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) came to Gustavus to present “In Our Own Voice”, a 90-minute seminar designed to reduce stigmatization, as well as address misconceptions about mental illness. The talk was co-sponsored […]

Dakota Access Pipeline Panel aims to educate students

The Dakota Access Pipeline has frequented news and media outlets for the past couple months. It is a topic that many are aware of, but few are educated on. There has been debate even at Gustavus surrounding this topic. People […]

Weekly Watches: Christmas Edition

Comic (12/9/16) – “Wind Travel”

Comic (12/9/16) – “Week Before Finals”

“Beneath the Crown (12/9/16)”

What is a great challenge you’ve faced in your life? “I live very far away from my parents and my grandparents. If they get sick now, if something happens to them, it’ll be very hard to go back. It’s actually […]

Weekend offers array of theatrical performances

Here at Gustavus, fall semester is drawing to a close. Tensions are running high, just as morale threatens to dip low as final projects and exams loom on the approaching horizon. This makes it the perfect time of year to […]

Gustavus Musicians end 2016 on a high note

The past month has been extremely busy for the hundreds of Gustavus musicians preparing for Christmas in Christ Chapel. For all of the music lovers out there, don’t worry, there’s good news. Even though CinCC has come to a close, […]

The Not-So Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven, directed by Antoine Fuqua, is a retelling of the American classic of the same title and it’s Japanese original, Seven Samurai. The plot follows Denzel Washington’s character, Chisolm, as he defends a small village from invaders. It’s […]

Gustie of the Week – Spencer Kight

As the fall semester comes to an end, the stress of finals weighs on almost every Gustie. Spencer Kight, a junior mathematics and statistics double major from Sartell, Minnesota prefers to stay chill with either his guitar or upright bass […]