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Month: February 2018 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Students participate in Peer Education’s 100 Hour Challenge to abstain from binge drinking

Last weekend, 21 percent of the Gustavus student population vowed to go 100 hours without drinking. The goal was to invite students to abstain from binge drinking to focus on how much of an impact it has on student health. […]

Campus Safety Report (02/23/18)

Monday, February 12 Campus Safety documented damage to a College-owned vehicle. Campus Safety responded to a report of nuisance communications in the International Center involving a student. The case was referred to the campus conduct system. Campus Safety responded to […]

Seniors Share their Thoughts on their Last Semester

Natasha Behboudi Major: Elementary Education and Psychology What are your plans after Gustavus? After graduation I am hoping to get a teaching position close to the cities. What’s most exciting about the last semester of college? It is an exciting […]

Comic (02/23/18) – “The Winter Olympics at Gustavus”

Tales from Abroad – Sydney Hedberg

In January 2018, the Gustavus Wind Orchestra embarked on a sixteen-day life-changing tour to Sweden and Norway. Six concerts were performed on this tour, allowing the ensemble to share its music throughout the Swedish cities of Stockholm, Uppsala, Falun and […]

GWO comes home after International Tour

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. James Patrick Miller, returned from its tour of Sweden and Norway and presented their concert – “Children: Our Hope for the Future” on February 17 to a packed Bjorling Recital Hall. […]

Gustavus Choir Performs Home Concert

The Gustavus Choir represent the characteristics that true Gusties hold dear; those of excellence, community, justice, service, and faith. But like any extraordinary choir, The Gustavus Choir defines itself as more than the connotations of its college. In the realm […]

Gustie of the Week – Claire Dirnberger

Claire Dirnberger is a highly involved and passionate junior at Gustavus. While her college search was a stressful process of touring schools up until the winter of her senior year, she quickly fell in love with the small school atmosphere […]