The Gustavian Weekly

Day: May 10, 2019 | The Gustavian Weekly

Understanding white privilege at Gustavus: 20th annual White Privilege Conference inspires discussion on campus

On Tuesday, May 7, a group of faculty, staff, and administration members held a talk titled “Understanding and Interrupting White Privilege,” in which they discussed the White Privilege Conference they attended in March. This year marked the 20th annual White […]

Campus Safety Report (5/10/19)

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 […]

Philosophy lecture sparks conversation: Dr. Kenneth Stikkers shares ideas on the meaning of freedom

What do we mean when we talk about freedom? The lecture hosted by the Philosophy Department, “To Preserve Their Freedom: What Frederick Douglass and the Haitian Revolution Teach us About the Meaning of Freedom,” took place on May 9 from […]

Annual George Hall Lecture honors student research

The department of religion recently hosted its annual George Hall lecture. The event took place May 9 in the President’s Dining Room. The lecture was given by Dr. John Person, a Gustavus graduate from 2002. “We hold the George Hall […]

Spotlight on: Senior Studio Art Major Exhibition

The Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibition launches in the last month of every academic year, showcasing the work by senior studio art majors at Gustavus Adolphus College. A part of the studio art curriculum, this annual juried exhibition serves as […]

Tales from Abroad: Gustavian Weekly Edition

This semester, several staff members of the Gustavian Weekly are studyingabroad. We reached out to them this week to learn about why they chose to go abroad and what their experience has been like. Opinion Editor Patrick Meadows is currently […]

Gustie of the Week: Brianna Jol

In the future, Jol hopes to have a career where she can educate young people about climate change.

Junior Biology and Environmental Studies Double major and Geographic Information Systems Minor Brianna “Bri”Jol is an avid environmental sustainability advocate and active student on the Gustavus campus. Jol is involved in various organizations, including the Environmental Action Coalition, the Nobel […]

Gustie of the Week: Nathan Baring

Baring serves as a plaintiff in the landmark lawsuit Juliana vs. United States.

Nathan Baring is a first-year Political Science and Biology double major who is one of the twenty plaintiffs of Juliana vs. United States, a national youth climate lawsuit first filed in 2015. He and twenty other plaintiffs are represented by […]

Features 5/10/19

To be or not to be on the Hill

We are in the final stretch of this school year, and that calls for some mixed emotions. While it is a fact we are fed up with the pile of finals on our plate, and our late end date compared […]