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Month: September 2019 - Page 2 - The Gustavian Weekly

Men’s Golf places second at SJU Invite: Pedersen places second out of 120 golfers

Sophomore Jacob Pedersen attempts to sink the ball during the SJU Fall Invite. Individually, Pederson finished second out of 120 golfers at the invite.

This past weekend, Men’s Golf competed against 21 midwest teams at the St. John’s University Fall Invite and showed that they are one of the top contenders in the region, placing second overall. In this two-day event, the Gusties found […]

Women’s Soccer wins two in a row: Gusties improve record to 2-5

Sophomore Rachel Rehnelt and Senior Abby Mullenbach celebrate a goal during a game against Norwestern University-St. Paul.

The Gustie Women’s Soccer team pulled out two close games on Saturday and Monday as a result of some stellar defense. The Gusties edged out Saint Mary’s 2-1 on Saturday, as Junior Katie Ashpole scored both goals for Gustavus. This […]

Men’s Soccer improves to 7-1: Schwartz named MIAC Athlete of the Week

Junior Nolan Garvin prepares to block a cross from a UW-Superior midfielder. The Gusties won the game 5-1 to improve their record to 7-1 overall.

The Gustavus Men’s Soccer Team opened MIAC play last week with a trip to St. Thomas on Wednesday before hosting St. Mary’s last weekend. After falling 4-3 to Central College on September 15th, the Gusties bounced back with a strong […]

2019 Nobel Conference tackles Climate Change: Gustavus welcomes climate change experts for Nobel Conference

As pictured, this year’s conference chair, Anna Versluis, talks about Nobel Conference to Gustavus students.

The 55th annual Nobel Conference will be held next week and students this year, will have many opportunities to engage with the conference through conversations, visual experiences, and through experiencing the conference itself. This year, the topic is “Climate Changed: […]

Campus Safety Report (9/20/19)

Monday, September 9th Campus Safety provided a medical escort for a student who received an injury on campus on Sunday, September 8, that hadn’t yet been reported. Campus Safety responded to a mental health concern at Uhler Hall. A student […]

The Diversity Center announces rebranding: The Center for Inclusive Excellence seeks to broaden their reach

The Diversity Center has officially been renamed “The Center for Inclusive Excellence.” During the 2018- 2019 academic year, conversations focused on “ways to change mindsets and habits” were held on campus, and it was decided that “one of the ways […]

Global Climate Strike reaches Gustavus: Gustavus students take part in worldwide climate strike

As pictured, students protesting for climate action at last year’s Groundswell.

Friday Sept. 20, will be a day of action for Gustavus as well as the rest of the world. Starting in the morning the Global Climate Strike will begin. The world-wide event was sparked by the inspirational rhetoric of Swedish […]

Tales from Abroad: ReAnn Eidahl

Eidahl (sixth from left) poses with her study-abroad group.

Where in the world  are Gusties this week? Senior ReAnn Eidahl is spending her fall semester in the beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic. Eidahl has been excited for this opportunity and has prioritized it before she became […]

Gustie of the Week: Breena Brockman

Brockmann is particularly interested in women’s political discourse.

The students of the class of 2023 are not the only Gusties exploring their new home at the start of this school year. Visiting Assistant Professor  in Communication Studies Breena Brockmann is also settling into her place on the hill […]

Gustie of the Week: Scott Moeller

Moeller enjoys planning special events in the Arboretum.

One of this week’s featured Gusties is Scott Moeller, a naturalist who is currently serving as the Director of the Arboretum. Ever since his childhood on a dairy farm in Fairmont, Moeller has developed a deep appreciation for the outdoors. […]