The Gustavian Weekly

Month: October 2019 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Letter to the Editor (10/18/19)

Parking on college campuses can be a huge issue, and here at Gustavus it has been an ongoing issue that needs to be solved. Personally, the parking situation at Gustavus has been anything but great from the four years I […]

Letter to the Editor (10/18/19)

With the evolution of social media and access to creative outlets such as YouTube, there’s no doubt the makeup industry is booming with eager young adults looking for ways to express themselves or recommendations for quality products. Because of the […]

Letter to the Editor (10/18/19)

Minnesota’s minority population is rapidly growing. Since 2010, the black community has jumped 31 percent, the Hispanic population 20 percent and the Asian population 30 percent. The Gustavus student body will continue to diversify along with Minnesota. Now more than […]

Men’s Soccer improves to 11-2: Gusties ride a four game winning streak

First-year Palden Choesang fights for possession of the ball against a St. Olaf defender. The team currently holds a record of 11-2.

The Gustie Men’s soccer team extended their winning streak to three games this past week with gritty victories over two conference foes. Last Wednesday, Gustavus hosted St. Olaf in a makeup contest and secured a close 1-0 victory. The Oles […]

Football defeats Concordia 35-28: Kirk tallies 233 yards, second most in program history

Senior Josh Kirk was the driving force in Gustavus’ success against Concordia. His 233 receiving yards, second most in program history, earned him MIAC Athlete of the Week honors.

The Gustavus Football team won in dramatic fashion on Saturday by a score of 35-28. The ending of the game resembled the Minneapolis Miracle, the game in which the Vikings beat the New Orleans Saints in the 2018 NFC divisional […]

President Bergman comments on UST verdict: St. Thomas receives invitation to join D1 Summit League

Junior Kate Holtan attempts a kill against two St. Thomas defenders. On Oct. 4, St. Thomas announced it had received an invitation to join the D1 Summit League.

The University of St. Thomas announced on Friday, October 4th that is has received an invitation to join the Division I Summit League. Although this is an important step forward in their search for a new conference, they require a […]

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 […]