The Gustavian Weekly

Month: March 2018 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Chinese Department at risk of being abolished: Students and faculty respond in a multitude of ways, including social media, in response to Chinese program possibly being cut

A core component of a Gustavus education is for students to be exposed to a wide variety of classes that cover many disciplines across the world. Students have the chance to pick from a multitude of courses that fuel their […]

Campus Safety Report (03/23/18)

Thursday, March 15 Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Sorensen Hall. A student was transported to the hospital. Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Beck Hall and transported an injured employee to the hospital. Campus Safety […]

Look back twenty years at the St. Peter tornado

Comic (03/23/18) – “A Spring Poem”

Tales from Abroad – Courtney Erickson

Our journey started with a 14 hour flight from Chicago to Beijing. We landed at night and since Beijing is home to almost 22 million people, it was still lively as ever. Peking duck is the most famous food throughout […]

Vespers with the Gustavus Choir

Here at Gustavus, we have many different services to help students grow in their faith and experience different faiths or types of worship they may not have seen before. We have modern worship services, bible studies, daily chapel, and Sunday […]

Orchestra Concert features Competition Winner

This spring concert will showcase many talents and skills of Gustavus musicians and faculty and staff members. It is a chance for the musicians to present what they have been working on throughout this academic school year. The concert will […]

Gustie of the Week – Liza Johnson

While it might take some students years beyond graduation to understand what it means to be a Gustie, First-year Liza Johnson has already mastered the craft in her first year. Hailing from Roseville, Minnesota, this ball of sunshine knows no […]

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. […]