The Gustavian Weekly

Year: 2017 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

The Guthrie’s holiday shows are no humbug

For the 43rd consecutive year, the renowned Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis is showing Charles Dickens’ holiday classic A Christmas Carol, directed by Lauren Keating. Also being performed this year is Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, directed by David Ivers. The pair […]

Turning words into movement: Physical Theater

This weekend, a small group of actors will be performing “Isabel Watching it Rain in Macondo” as a Physical Theatre Project. For those unfamiliar with the term, physical theatre is theatre based almost exclusively on movement rather than on dialogue, […]

Kinesthesis: Dance Honors Showcase

To say that dance is popular at Gustavus would be an understatement. Many students on campus have dance background coming into college, or they tried out a class while here. What is not common, is going above and beyond by […]

Gustie of the Week – Rob Kendrick

Professor Rob Kendrick has taught at Gustavus for the past nine years and has become a well loved by his students and peers. He is a professor students trust and look forward to taking a class with. Rob teaches a […]

Swimming and Diving excels at Pioneer Classic: Men’s and Women’s teams place first out of 11

The Gustavus Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams have both enjoyed a great amount of success in their first half of competition this season, which wrapped up last weekend when the Gusties traveled to Grinnell College in Iowa for […]

Women’s Hockey skating well: Gusties ranked No. 6 in the nation

The Gustavus Women’s Hockey team continued its dominance last weekend with two wins over the Bethel Royals as they extend their win streak to three games.  With these two wins, the seventh-ranked Gusties hold a record of 6-1-1. Last Friday, […]

Rugby club wins Regional Championship: Gusties place fourth in the nation

The Gustavus Women’s Rugby team reigned supreme as the Gusties beat out the top 16 to be crowned Regional champs in Ohio on November 11th and 12th. They went on to the National Championship this past weekend at Life University […]

The gun problem

There is nothing quite like glancing at your aunt and uncle’s local newspaper on the morning before Thanksgiving to find an article about Wisconsin’s abolishment of the minimum age for a gun license on the front page. More specifically, it […]

Black Friday bonding

Thanksgiving has come and gone. The turkey has been eaten, the tables have been cleared, and the family has gone back to Wisconsin. As Thanksgiving dinner died down another “National Holiday” emerged from the remnants of stuffing and mashed potatoes: […]

The slow and deserved death of Black Friday

Here in the United States, we celebrate Thanksgiving around this time of year. Most of us return home to visit family, catch up with old acquaintances, and eat far more food than we ever should. However, there are quite a […]