The Gustavian Weekly

Day: March 16, 2018 | The Gustavian Weekly

New Student Senate Co-Presidents announced: Kylie Lamberty and Ehsan Ali Asghar elected as new Co-Presidents

In an uncontested Student Senate Co-Presidential election, Juniors Ehsan Asghar and Kylie Lamberty won with 89 percent of the votes. 20 percent of the student body voted in the election. Asghar is currently serving as this years 2019 Class Representative. […]

Hockey season ends in historic fashion: Gusties lose 3OT heartbreaker to UW-Eau Claire

The Gustavus Women’s Hockey team’s season concluded last week in the first round of the NCAA Division III National Tournament. After being defeated in the MIAC Playoff Championship game, the Gusties were granted an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. […]

Women’s Basketball makes it to Sweet Sixteen: Miller becomes program’s all-time point leader

Gustavus advanced to the NCAA Division lll Sweet Sixteen on March 3, taking down UW-Whitewater 74-60. They were led by a 26 point game from Senior Miranda Rice and a record-setting performance from Senior Mikayla Miller, who became Gustavus’ all-time […]

Gusties compete at Indoor Championships: Hensch and Rooney named All-Americans

After outstanding team and individual performances at the Indoor MIAC Track and Field Meet, three Gusties moved on to represent the team at the National Indoor Championships. On Feb 23-24, the Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Teams traveled to […]

Enjoy the outdoors!

I may be jumping the gun a bit here, but the moment Minnesota weather reaches above 30 degrees, I can’t help but want to spend as much of my day outside as possible. Those who aren’t native to this frigid […]

Is society headed uphill?

“Things can only go up from here, right?” When something goes wrong in our society—or even when things are going right—this question is often our response. As millennials, we grew up in an age composed of extreme technological advancement and […]

Teachers should be armed

Today there are many controversies, but one of the hottest topics today is about arming teachers with guns. The second amendment states, “a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people […]

Why studying abroad changed my life

If I met my First-year college self now, I wouldn’t recognize her. Who I was three years ago is not who I am now. I credit this to my study abroad semester in Uppsala, Sweden. Studying abroad has been my […]

Professor Helen King lectures on classical myths

On Monday, March 12th Confer Hall, Dr. Helen King gave a lecture to Gustavus faculty and students about how classical myths are being altered and changed even today, especially with the aid of the internet and the way that we […]

St. Olaf Comedy Troupe performs for Gustavus classics students

Gustavus was recently invaded by a troupe of St. Olaf students. Not just any troupe, but a comedy troupe. And one comprised of 15 Classics student at that. Led by Anne Groton, a Classics professor at St. Olaf, the St. […]