The Gustavian Weekly

Day: March 9, 2018 | The Gustavian Weekly

CICE plans to host 2019 J-term Study away fair: Students will have the chance to learn about twelve new programs

Are you dreaming of spending next January somewhere other than the sunny beaches of Saint Peter, Minnesota? You may be in luck. On Monday, March 12 from 3-5:30, the Center for International and Cultural Education is hosting a J-Term Study […]

Baseball dominates day two of Arizona trip: Gusties break school record for most runs scored in a game

The Gustavus Baseball team opened up its 2018 campaign this week at the Tucson Invite in Arizona. Over four days of competition, the Gusties played 7 non-conference games and came away with an 4-3 record. They opened competition on March […]

Gusties sweep last two competitions: Women’s Tennis prepares for Illinois trip

As the Women’s Tennis season is heading into full swing, the team is hoping to improve its 3-5 record. The Gusties dropped a number of matches earlier this season in some challenging competitions but are looking to turn things around […]

Men’s Hockey season comes to an end: Gusties lose MIAC Championship game 3-1

The Gustavus Men’s hockey team faced a difficult challenge against top seeded St. Thomas on Feb 24 where they fought to a 4-3 overtime victory to advance to the MIAC championship game. After a scoreless first period, St. Thomas tallied […]

Guns don’t belong in classrooms

Finishing that assignment on time, organizing your locker, finding the perfect crayon for your artwork and making new friends. These are things that students in our schools should be worrying about. Not about the safety of their peers, teachers or […]

Interns shouldn’t have to work for free

Employers should be required to pay their interns a minimum wage salary. Every year undergraduate and graduate students alike swarm the internet for an opportunity to intern in their work sector of choice. It is said that the job market […]

The death of the Gustie community

Let’s face it: Gustavus faces a community problem. Greek Life is currently a walking corpse. Student organizations have falling attendance numbers—Student Senate had an uncontested co-presidential election, and I’m sure everyone has heard the rumblings that went on within the […]

Celebrities have opinions too

Imagine being part of a well-known television show or film series and loving the character you portray, along with the fans you have gained from it. These fans support you in your blossoming acting career and you show your appreciation […]

Building Bridges hosts annual GAC’s Got Talent

On Friday, March 2, Building Bridges put on the annual talent show titled “GAC’s Got Talent.” Building Bridges hosts this event in order to promote their annual conference. This year, that conference was on Saturday, March 3 and surrounded the […]

Gustavus Women in Leadership hosts Nancy Dahl

One aspect of a liberal arts education is to attend inspirational talks given by successful individuals. This past Tuesday, the Gustavus Women in Leadership, commonly known as GWIL, had the privilege of hosting Nancy Dahl, author of the book, Grounded: […]