The Gustavian Weekly

Month: May 2018 | The Gustavian Weekly

Russian Study Abroad Program suspended: Gustavus joins two other American colleges to end program

Last week, Gustavus abruptly suspended all study abroad programs to Russia for the indefinite future due to the closure of the U.S. consulate in St. Petersburg. Gustavus is only the third college in the nation to make the decision to […]

Men’s Golf season comes to a close: Underclassmen show promise for future seasons

The Gustavus Men’s Golf team’s season concluded two weekends ago at the Bobby Krig Invite, where the Gusties took fifth out of an eight team field. With the season spanning across both the fall and the spring, the Gusties have […]

Baseball’s postseason run concludes: Gusties fall to St. Thomas after ten innings

The Gustavus Men’s Baseball Team continued their historic season this past week as they competed in MIAC postseason play for the first time in a decade. After a rocky stretch of games in April, the Gusties turned their season around […]

Gusties compete at MSU Twilight Meet: Track and Field boasts many personal records

The Gusties headed to Mankato on May 4th to compete in the Minnesota State University Twilight meet where both the women’s and men’s teams registered strong performances. Multiple members of the women’s team registered personal bests and top performances around […]

Letter to the Editor (5/18/2018)

Dear Gustavus Community, It has been in honor to serve as the Editor-in-Chief of this long standing publication for the past three years. At the end of my firstyear as photography editor, I was given a unique opportunity as an […]

Retirement Banquet hosted for English professors

Gustavus Adolphus College is notorious for having timeless and knowledgeable professors who contribute to the liberal arts education that enhances the learning of its students. This past Wednesday, the English Department hosted a Retirement Celebration Open House for Florence Amamoto […]

Eppies host Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week: Fraternity puts its effort into bringing awareness for a good cause

The Epsilon Pi Alpha Fraternity raised over $2,000 this past week for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to help spread awareness for MS, a disease that attacks the central nervous system. “The inspiration of our philanthropy week, MS Awareness, stems […]

Campus Safety Report (5/18/18)

Monday, May 07 Campus Safety responded to the Health Service to transport a student to the River’s Edge Emergency Room. Campus Safety responded to a report of a fire extinguisher discharged in a North Hall stairwell and a fire extinguisher […]

Goodbye to the Seniors of The Weekly

Caroline Probst Editor-in-Chief What are your plans for next year? I’m moving to Stockholm, Sweden to take a gap year. I’ll be working as an au pair and traveling as much as possible, before starting my career. Katie Allen Copy […]

Comic (05/18/18) – “Meanwhile in Hawaii”