The Gustavian Weekly

Day: October 11, 2019 | The Gustavian Weekly

Gustavus students celebrate Coming Out Week: Queers and Allies hosts annual Coming Out Week celebrations

This Monday marked the beginning of Coming Out Week, a weeklong celebration of LGBTQ+ students and allies focused on education, understanding, and acceptance, sponsored by Queers and Allies, also known as Q&A. Coming Out Week has existed in many forms […]

Campus Safety Report (10/11/19)

Monday, September 30th Campus Safety and the SPPD searched the ARB for a missing student who left a suicide note. Campus Safety was called for medical assistance in the stairwell of Uhler Hall. Tuesday, October 1st Campus Safety was called […]

Counseling Center rolls out “Let’s Talk” program

Students can attend Let’s Talk sessions in the library basement A/V room.

This school year, the Gustavus counseling center started offering free “Let’s Talk” services, held from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday in the library A/V rooms. This service is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Let’s Talk offers a fast, convenient service for […]

Gustie Flu Shot Clinic helps provide Flu Shots: Health Services helps keep students and faculty healthy

On Wednesday, Oct. 9th and Thursday, Oct 10, Health Services and the Nursing Department worked together to host the annual Flu Shot Clinic. This clinic has been around since before the current Director of Health Services Heather Dale started at […]

Interfaith programs foster acceptance on campus

Gustavus strives to be an interconnected and accepting community, and one of the ways this is accomplished is through the interfaith organizations on campus. Though the college is rooted deeply in its Lutheran history, there are resources for students of […]

Gustie of the Week: Sarah Hinderman

Senior Sarah Hinderman, an involved and friendly face on campus, is our Gustie of the Week. Hinderman is a Communication Studies major from Fairfax, Minnesota and has made an impact on campus. Hinderman is involved in many student organizations on […]

Gustie of the Week: Maggie Falenschek

Falenschek works with student leaders to support the Christian programming on campus.

As a Chaplain and the Director of Campus Ministries, Reverend Maggie Falenschek finds her job’s purpose in caring, supporting, and promoting what the Gustavus community builds and values. “I provide care and support for students and staff from any or […]

Coming Out Day: Significance & Solidarity

Cross Country competes at Wartburg: Men’s and women’s team both place fifth overall

Sophomore Matthew Payne tries to keep his pace as he treks through deep puddles that formed all over the course at the Dan Huston Invitational in Waverly, Iowa.

The Gustavus cross country teams travelled south of the border this past weekend to Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa for the Dan Huston Invitational. The men entered the meet ranked number seven in the Central Region, and the women’s strong […]

Women’s Soccer falls to St. Olaf: Gusties fall to 2-8 overall and 1-4 in conference play

Junior Taylor Hemme takes the ball up the field for the Gusties during a match against St. Mary’s earlier this season. Most recently, the Gusties took on St. Olaf and dropped the game 2-1.

The Gustie Women’s Soccer team lost a close game this past weekend by a score of 2-1. On Sunday, the Gusties traveled to Northfield to take on St Olaf. The Oles are off to a good start this season, as […]