The Gustavian Weekly

Day: April 26, 2019 | The Gustavian Weekly

Women of Gustavus push for empowerment: 9th annual Women in Leadership Conference brings women together

Gustavus promotes service and leadership as one of its core values. Opportunities to explore leadership can be found in all areas of campus life. Most recently, Gustavus sponsored a conference to encourage female leadership in professional fields. The conference, officially […]

Campus Safety Report (4/26/19)

Monday, March 11 A CF reported that a student is harassing other students and will not stop. Campus Safety received a slip-and-fall accident report from outside Campus Center. Campus Safety responded to Lund Arena Lot, a Gustavus visitor reported a […]

Gustavus raises money for American Cancer Society: Annual Relay for Life spreads awareness and support against cancer

Friday, April 26 marks the beginning of the annual Relay for Life event, which will begin at 6 p.m. and will end at 1 a.m. on Saturday in Lund Arena. “Relay for Life is an event that celebrates our core […]

Speaker shares Native American point-of-view

Francis Bettelyoun, an expert in biological, environmental and Indigenous history, spoke to the Gustavus community about climate change, as well as what we can do to help, on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Bettelyoun is the coordinator of the University of […]

Celebrate Earth Day with these sustainable tips

Advice for the floundering first-year (4/26/19)

Dear First-Years, ‘Tis the season. Not the holiday season, mind you, but the room-draw, select-your-classes, everything-is-happening-right-now season. And oof, it’s a lot to handle. If you’re anything like me, you’re feeling the pressure right now, and that can be extremely […]

Gusties fight for motivation before summer

Spring has finally sprung, as I’m sure we’ve all been waiting for. Yet, with the end of the academic calender fast approaching, and the sweet, tempting summer break only a little over a month away, it’s easy to fall into […]

How valuable are printed photographs?

Living in the digital age, a lot of the things we used to use as kids have now turned digital. Many complain that printing out pictures takes time and effort, but a Gustavus alum, Sarah Duffy, created an app called […]

Groundswell day takes action in the face of apathy

Gusties protesting for climate action at Groundswell.

On March 22, 400 Gustavus students, faculty, and staff gathered in Christ Chapel to demand changes to the curriculum and overall campus policies to confront climate change. These demands included sustainability education, administrative transparency, infrastructure, divestment from fossil fuels, and […]

Letter from the editor: a small printer jam

Cannon Valley Publishing Company

The Gustavian Weekly’s campus news stands have sat empty for the past few weeks after a closure of Adams Publishing-owned Cannon Valley Printing in Northfield, Minnesota. Between spring break,  Easter break and printing issues, the Weekly hasn’t been maintaining the […]