The Gustavian Weekly

Month: November 2017 | The Gustavian Weekly

Women’s Hockey off to strong start: Gusties open season with overtime win against Superior

The Gustavus Women’s hockey team opened the new season with an exciting 4-3 overtime victory against UW-Superior Oct. 28th, pushing the game into overtime with seconds remaining in the third period. Superior started the scoring in the second period with […]

Men’s and Women’s Swimming defeats St. Olaf: Gusties show drive going into new season

As the fall sports season starts to conclude, the excitement around winter sports begins to ramp up. The Gustavus men’s and women’s swimmers and divers have been hard at work in the pool for weeks preparing for the 2017-2018 season, […]

Volleyball wins regional championship: Gusties advance to Elite Eight

The Gustavus Volleyball team has taken full advantage of an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament by advancing through the regional rounds and reaching the Elite 8. After losing two out of their last four regular season games and an […]

The weight of every bite

It’s that time of the year again: the holiday season. This means colder weather, sweaters, and my personal favorite, comfort food. Despite all the fun activities that are associated with this time of the year, there is a downside. The […]

Family matters

I’m going to sound like a disgruntled old woman by saying this, but so many children and young adults these days don’t appreciate their parents’ presence in their lives. Similarly, many parents don’t appreciate their children in the same way. […]

Dating dilemmas

In case you didn’t know, we are in the 21st century. Things are not how they used to be, and in many ways, this can be a good thing: better technology, modern medicine, new jobs and much more. However, for […]

Empathy makes the world a better place

As humans, we subconsciously crave known environments. Even the most daring of thrill-seekers (myself included) can’t help but feel disoriented in the first few moments of a new experience, regardless of the excitement that threatens to overtake us. In these […]

HACO to host Hmong New Year Celebration: Experience a joyous night of Hmong culture this weekend

This Saturday, Hmong American Cultural Outreach, or HACO, invites the entire Gustavus community to come celebrate Hmong New Year in Alumni Hall. Featuring free entertainment, food, and games, the celebration will be held in the O.J. Johnson Student Union from […]

Learn to Live: Learn to Live teaches students various coping mechanisms to help mental illnesses

In March of 2016, the Learn to Live program was brought to Gustavus. The program was launched originally in 2013 by CEO Dale Cook and Co-Founder and Chief Psychology Officer Dr. Russ Morfitt. Before being brought to Gustavus, the program […]

Campus Safety Report (11/17/17)

Monday, November  06 A third party online report was submitted about a student reporting bullying and possible hazing activity that occurred in October 2016. A Collegiate Fellow responded to two students spreading a sticky substance on door handles in Norelius […]