The Gustavian Weekly

Day: November 2, 2018 | The Gustavian Weekly

Biosphere Conference to propose MN River Valley biosphere reserve

Biosphere reserve was a new concept for Alexis Sienczak when she visited Sweden in January 2018.   After that, the term continued to affect her life, even more so as the MN River Valley Biosphere Conference happens on Nov. 14, […]

Campus Safety Report (11/2/18)

Monday, October 22 Campus Safety responded to a motor vehicle accident in the Norelius Parking lot. Tuesday, October 23 A student came into the Campus Safety Office to report an ongoing roommate dispute. Campus Safety investigated an odor of Marijuana […]

Bonnier Chair of Jewish Studies inaugurated: GAC welcomes Dr. Samuel Kessler to Jewish department

Around a dozen people attended the inauguration, which was held in the Interfaith Center.

On Monday, October 29, Gustavus Adolphus welcomed Dr. Samuel Kessler as the first Bonnier chair of the Jewish Department.  The Bonnier Chair position was created when the Bonnier family “gave the college money specifically to fund a new position in […]

Panelists discuss the history of activism and change

Four panelists from different departments volunteered for the event based on their interest in the topic.

On October 29, a presentation and panel was held surrounding the 50th anniversary on the year of 1968.  This year brought a burst of protests and forced many to take a look at the social unrest in areas such as […]

Rocking the house with Yam Haus

On November 9th, Gustavus Adolphus College will welcome the up and coming Minneapolis-based boy band Yam Haus to The Dive for a special student concert.  Yam Haus consists of four members: Lars Pruitt on vocals and guitar, Seth Blum on […]

Spotlight on: Radio Free Gustavus

Tune into Radio Free Gustavus on the KGSM website.

Gustavus students are able to express themselves through many different forms of art and communication. One of these forms is radio. Radio Free Gustavus is a student-run radio program that features a variety of shows tailored toward Gustavus students.  Each […]

Gustie of the Week: Ian Bachmayer

Fun fact: Bachmayer does not have his appendix.

An accomplished musican, world traveler, and International Business major, Senior Ian Bachmayer has made a name for himself at Gustavus as a true jack of all trades.  Originally from Roseville, Minnesota, Bachmayer graduated from St. Anthony Village High School, and […]

Gustie of the Week: Linsey Wolf

Wolf’s unique music taste is showcased on Tea and Tunes.

One of the most involved and versatile members within the Gustavus community is Junior, Linsey Wolf, who is from Mankato, Minnesota.  As a high schooler, Linsey thought Gustavus was an expensive private school that she would not consider attending because […]

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show community

This past weekend, CAB hosted its annual showing of the film Rocky Horror Picture Show. Being a first-year, this was my first year attending the event, but also the first time ever seeing the movie. I was totally blown away […]