The Gustavian Weekly

Month: March 2018 | The Gustavian Weekly

Rising from ruin: Twenty years after touchdown

Next week marks the 20-year anniversary of the devastating F3 tornado which hit St. Peter in 1998. The tornado arrived at 5 p.m. on March 29, and resulted in over $50 million in damage to the Gustavus campus, with even […]

Women’s Tennis continues winning streak: No. 33 ranked Gusties improve their record to 6-5

The Women’s Tennis team continued its winning ways recently with three more wins, extending their streak to five in a row. On March 10th, the squad traveled south to Rock Island, IL for two non-conference matches against Augustana College and […]

Baseball faces Luther for two double-headers: Gusties await their home opener

The Gustavus baseball team has played 11 games so far this season, yet their biggest competitor may very well be the weather. While this Tuesday may have marked the first day of Spring, the weather did not follow suit. With […]

Softball competes at Tucson Invitational: Gusties finish invite with a record of 3-7

It’s been a busy week for the Gustavus Softball team as they played ten games over the course of five days at the Tucson Invitational in Arizona, going 3-7. After nearly three weeks of no games, the Gusties opened their […]

The unappreciated Women’s Rugby team

They are ranked fourth in the nation. They participated in the Final Four tournament in Marietta, Georgia. They traveled to Ohio and Georgia on the road to the National tournament. They are the best Division 3 women’s team in Minnesota. […]

It’s the little things in life

Opening yourself up to other people can be the scariest thing to do. This choice can also be the best decision you’ve ever made. I would not consider myself an “extrovert” or extremely outgoing. I don’t go out of my […]

Why Russia is “bad news” believe me

Why is Russia bad news? No seriously, if you’ve been watching Russia recently you’ll notice that it is all over our news. What you won’t notice is us all over their news. That’s because they are too busy blocking United […]

Normalize Gap Years

The moment senior year of high school rolls around, the only question that appears to be on the lips of every adult is, “Where are you going to college?” It was jarring for me personally when first approached with this […]

Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement planning to host “Tomorrow Made Possible Day”

One of the goals of a liberal arts education is to provide access to countless opportunities and resources to receive a valuable education. As the price of higher education keeps skyrocketing each year, many families run into issue paying the […]

CAB plans to have comedian, Andrew Sleighter, in Courtyard Cafe

The Campus Activities Board is known for bringing entertaining performers, hypnotists, and comedians to campus. It is planning to bring comedian, Andrew Sleighter, when students get back from Spring Break. Sleighter has appeared on the prank show, Money From Strangers, […]