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Month: March 2019 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Women’s Tennis competes in Virginia: Gusties currently ranked No. 33 in the nation

Sophomore Ginger Valentine competes in a match earlier this season. The Gusties are currently nationally ranked at the No. 33 spot.

After a weekend off due to weather, the Gustavus Women’s Tennis Team traveled east to Fredericksburg, Virginia to compete in the Blue-Grey Invitational at the University of Mary Washington. Due to the snow and freezing rain over the weekend of […]

Gusties compile 7-1 record at Tucson Invite: Kammerer, Neuenfeldt named MIAC Athletes of the Week

Sophomore Ashley Neuenfeldt was named MIAC Athlete of the Week for her strong performances in Arizona.

After a slow start to the season, compiling a record of 2-4 in the first six games, the Gustavus Softball team found itself with some work to do if they wanted to have a competitive team this season. The first […]

Gusties get a taste of the working world: Career treks expose students to post-college opportunities

Non-profit work was the topic explored on Friday March 18. The Career Specialist for Government and Social Services held a Career Trek event for students interested in non-profit work, one in a series of events held for students to explore […]

Campus Safety Report (3/15/19)

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 […]

Campus offices support first-year skill-building: First ever exclusively first-year conference discusses leadership

Student leadership is a key part of Gustie identity. Gustavus is known for encouraging all students to take on leadership roles and is continually looking for ways to further this goal. For the first time in Gustavus history, a leadership […]

Student content creators publish literary magazine

Did you know we have a Gustavus literary magazine? Firethorne is a magazine that publishes student-created content and showcases student talent as well as creating a platform for voices to be heard. It allows for anyone and everyone in the […]

Weather cancels President’s Ball 2019

Gustavus students began the weekend with disappointment after finding out the President’s Ball was canceled due to weather. “Due to the inclement weather forecasted for this weekend, the Dean of Students Office and Campus Activities Office have decided to cancel  […]

A candid interview with the future Co-Presidents

Advice for the floundering first-year (3/15/19)

Dear first years- I’m going to be honest with you: friendships were a lot easier during our elementary school playground days than they are in college. Back then, friends were the people you played with at recess, the people in […]

Compassionate communication: the key to a diverse campus

One of the best things about attending a liberal arts college is the chance to discover new parts of the world.  My favorite part about being a Gustie is the way my time here has exposed me to new ideas […]