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Month: October 2018 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

No tricks, just a lot of treats

Some organizations host trick-or-treating for local children.

It’s that time of year yet again. Leaves are changing colors, classes are in full swing, there are tons of spooky decorations all over campus, and a lot of people are preparing themselves for any and all Halloween celebrations. The […]

Letter to the Editor (10/12/18)

To the Editor- The HerCampus chapter at Gustavus wanted to formally state our position regarding the controversial window paintings last week. We chose to write “We Stand With Survivors” on our window after seeing the harmful message that the College […]

We need gun control now

If you attended the rave on Saturday night, you may know that someone made a fake threat of violence at the event. Even though the threat was false, the fear that it created was real. This is just one piece […]

Advice for the floundering first-year

Dear first-years, I hope your first month of college went well and that your transition here has been smooth. I know this has been a big life-changing experience for you, but you are absolutely killing it so far. Keep working […]

Falling for fall weather

The library houses light boxes to fight S.A.D in the winter.

As it gets darker earlier and the flip-flops go to the back of the closet for hibernation, it isn’t uncommon to feel more down than usual. In fact, this is a legitimate problem that affects many college students. This phenomenon, […]

Women’s Soccer defeats St. Mary’s: Gusties improve to 5-7-1 overall and 2-4-1 in the MIAC

Sophomore Lauren Johnson competes in a game Oct. 3. After a rough patch of losing 5 games, the team turned things around with a win against St. Mary’s.

Tuesday afternoon in a rainy game on their home pitch, the Gustavus Women’s Soccer team earned their first win since Sept. 15 off of two second-half goals. This brings the Gusties’ record to 5-7-1 overall with a 2-4-1 conference record, […]

Men’s Golf competes at MIAC Championships: Pederson medals and earns MIAC Athlete of the Week

Junior Ben Hauge puts during a match last season. The Gusties wrapped up their fall season this past weekend finishing second in the competition and earning the highest individual score.

The Gustavus Men’s Golf Team was hungry to finish off its fall season with a victorious ending at the MIAC Championships this weekend after placing second twice in their previous two meets. Ben Hauge and Jacob Pederson emerged as front […]

Men’s Soccer adds on two more wins: Gusties boast record of 9-1-1 and currently lead the MIAC

Senior Arthur Parens dribbles past St. Scholastica defenders during a game Oct. 2. The Gusties are undefeated at home this season after six games played.

The Gustavus Men’s Soccer team picked up a pair of wins last week to extend their win-streak to four games. Last Tuesday, the Gusties hosted St. Scholastica for their fifth non-conference game of the year. The game proved to be […]

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 […]