The Gustavian Weekly

Day: October 3, 2018 | The Gustavian Weekly

GAC divided on controversial window paintings: Temperatures cool down as political controversy heats up

The purpose of the press has always been to protect and enable democracy.   The idea of free press and free speech at Gustavus came into question this week when multiple campus groups painted the cafeteria windows for Homecoming week. […]

Campus Safety Report (10/3/18)

Monday, September 24 Campus Safety responded to a suspicious incident in the Arbor View parking lot. Campus Safety was called for a medical assist at Myrum baseball field. An employee was taken to the hospital for further evaluation. Campus Safety […]

Gusties celebrate the golden days: Gustavus Homecoming hosts alumni and students October 1-6

This year’s Gustavus Homecoming will be one to remember.  With an array of events happening throughout the week and a theme that will bring smiles to many faces, there won’t be any room for disappointment. Homecoming, happening during the week […]

Epsilon Pi Alpha hosts bi-annual blood drive

This upcoming Tuesday, Oct. 9, Gustavus will host a Red Cross Blood Drive.  The event will be put on by the Gustavus Student Nursing Association and sponsored by the Epsilon Pi Alpha Fraternity. Gustavus has a history of hosting biannual […]

Tales from abroad: Amy Eisenschenk

A photo of Hermitage, the past Winter palace for the Russian royal family.

In the midst of the controversy surrounding the College’s debate whether or not to allow students to study abroad in Russia, Junior Amy Eisenschenk is one of the few Gustavus students spending the semester abroad immersing herself in the rich […]

Still We Rise: a fusion of activism and art

On September 29, Gustavus held its first “Still We Rise” event in Anderson Hall. The event was created “to try to address a number of needs that we saw in our community” event coordinator and Professor Michele Rusinko said. She […]

Gustie of the Week: Vikki Smith

One of the most fulfilling aspects of a student’s experience at Gustavus is being able to encounter beautiful souls everywhere they go. Vikki Smith, a cook and server in Dining Services, has been a household name during the four years […]

Gustie of the Week: ReAnn Eidahl

Eidahl enjoys participating in music and leadership activities.

Junior ReAnn Eidahl is pursuing a communication studies major and double minors in management and history. She feels honored to represent Gusties as Gustie of the Week. She is a tour guide for the admissions office, Vice President of Marketing […]

Homecoming Bucket List

It’s time to start believing survivors

Notice: This article discusses themes such as sexual assault and harassment.  It has been a tense few weeks. If the Kavanagh confirmation hearings weren’t stressful enough for everyone, our campus was struck with fights and stress due to the College […]