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Month: September 2018 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Men’s Golf competes in Twin Cities Invite: Hauge, Pederson, and Savini place in the top ten

Sophomore Max Ullan and Head Coach Scott Moe analyze the green to prepare for a putt. The Gusties finished eighth out of 17 teams this past weekend at the Twin Cities Invite.

The Gustavus Men’s Golf team wrapped up play at the Twin Cities Invite on Monday, finishing eighth out of the 17 team field.  The event was played over three days at Elk River Country Club, The Links at Northfork, and […]

Women’s Soccer suffers two conference losses: Gusties look to senior leaders for inspiration

First-year Kenna West dribbles the ball up the field in a game against Nebraska Wesleyan. The Gusties currently hold an overall record of 4-4-1 and a record of 1-2-1 in the MIAC.

The Gustavus Women’s Soccer Team has played eight games this season and currently holds a season record of 4-3-1 and 1-1-1 in the MIAC.  The team is being led by Senior Captains Trina Rinke, Kylie Lamberty, and Chase Miller.  Lamberty […]

Gustavus hosts ITA Regional Championships: Valentine claims Midwest Regional Singles Title

Sophomore Ginger Valentine competes at the Swanson Tennis Center Sept. 23. Valentine earned All-American status this past weekend by winning the Midwest Regional Championship match.

This past weekend, the Gustavus Women’s Tennis Team competed in its largest competition of the fall season, the ITA Midwest Regional Championships. This competition showcased both singles and doubles matches and 28 different college teams were hosted here at the […]

Gustavus welcomes Swedish ambassador: Olofsdotter’s views on immigration and Swedish-American relations

Swedish Ambassador visited the Gustavus campus on Monday morning.

The Swedish Ambassador to the United States, Karin Olofsdotter, visited Gustavus earlier this week.  The visit was put together and planned by Senior Director of Institutional Events in Marketing and Communication and Gustavus alumni Barb Larson Taylor. “We were asked […]

Campus Safety Report (9/21/18)

Monday, September 10 Campus Safety responded to a welfare check at Sorensen Hall. Tuesday, September 11 No incidents reported.  Wednesday, September 12  Campus Safety responded to a report of a suspicious person on College Grounds. Thursday, September 13 Campus Safety […]

Career Development introduces Career Week: Students provided the opportunity to explore offered career paths

The Career Development Office is located on the lower level of the Jackson Campus Center.

For all the students dreading the never ending bombardment of, “what are your plans after graduating college?” questions from curious aunts, uncles, and grandparents during Thanksgiving dinner, the Gustavus Career Development Center has your back.  They have created an entire […]

Winning the Hamilton lottery

Hamilton premiered in January 2015 at New York City’s Public Theater.

Students are not throwing away their shot for the chance to see the hit musical production Hamilton this Thursday in the Twin Cities.  When CAB learned that the Orpheum Theatre would be showing  Hamilton, they “knew a lot of people […]

Gustie of the Week – Zach Diedrich

Zach’s favorite part of the Gustavus community is the sense of connection.

The Gustavus community is fortunate to have well-rounded students who live up to the five pillars of the college: excellence, community, justice, service, and faith. Junior Zachary “Zach” Diedrich adheres to all these values, as he is an accurate representation […]

Gustie of the Week – Shaun Gilyard

Shaun has taken piano lessons for fifteen years and considers music a passion.

Shaun Gilyard is about as active on campus as any Gustavus student. Shaun is a senior Economics major, specifically focused on financial economics, who is truly engaged in the Gustavus community. Lately, Shaun has been focused on off-campus research. He […]

How to combat student homesickness

Now that it is the third week of the school year, some Gusties have yet to feel the rush of their academic work and co-curricular activities, but others already are feeling the pangs of homesickness. Born and raised in Saint […]