The Gustavian Weekly

Month: March 2019 | The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (3/22/19)

Monday, March 4 No incidents reported Tuesday, March 5 Campus Safety found the odor of marijuana in Rundstrom Hall, students were in possession of paraphernalia and narcotics, 3 students referred to the campus conduct system. Wednesday, March 6 Campus Safety […]

Hillstrom Museum spotlights professor’s work: Associate Professor Priscilla Briggs presents recent India trip photos

Associate Professor of Art and Art History Priscilla Briggs recently exhibited a collection of photos from her visits to India in a Hillstrom Museum gallery titled “For The Gods.” The exhibit was accompanied by a personal gallery talk last Saturday, […]

ENACTUS partners with Dining Services to run a trial campus delivery system

This past weekend, the Evelyn Young Dining Hall implemented the first Caf Delivery Service. This project has been in the works for two years and was designed to give “students… something that works and something that makes their lives easier… […]

Gusties are not without their snow days: Snow caused two campus closures and causes problems

As the snow began melting, water started pouring from the ceiling in the Uhler laundry room.

From snow storms to flooding, 2019 has already been packed with extreme weather patterns, as well as tough challenges for the Facilities Management team to conquer as a consequence of these conditions. The first situation that Gustavus facilities employees had […]

Celebrate National Women’s Month with Gustie icons

Advice for the floundering first-year (3/22/19)

Dear First-years, It’s almost midterms, and with those come increased academic stress. We’ve all heard tips on how to decrease this kind of stress: do yoga, deep breathing, eat right, etc. But I want to talk about what happens when […]

Transnational identity rises at Gustavus Transnationality: A Rising Identity At Gustavus

They are around us. They are among us. They are us. Gustavus takes pride in its diversity and the international community, but how many of us are aware of the term transnationality? Transnationality is an identity that develops from the […]

Gustavus students deserve better parking

Perhaps one of the “hottest topics” at Gustavus is the parking situation. Throughout the room draw process, one of the biggest criteria for many with a vehicle on campus is whether or not there is parking close to the dorm. […]

Gusties have different spring break ideals

Just as warmer weather is finally rolling around, so is spring break. It is a well-deserved break due to the never-ending snowstorms we have experienced so far, and a lot of us make the most of what we do over […]

Men’s Tennis competes in Stag-Hen Invite: Gusties challenged with competitive opponents

First-year Luke Haddorff returns a serve during a match earlier this season. The team is currently ranked No. 15.

This past weekend, the No. 15 ranked Gustavus Men’s Tennis team competed at the Stag-Hen Invitational in Claremont, CA. The Gusties took seventh place amongst a field of eight nationally ranked programs located all around the country. The Gusties went […]