The Gustavian Weekly

Month: November 2019 | The Gustavian Weekly

Gustavus Sustainability Team shares their knowledge: Eco Fair showcases Gustavus’ environmentally conscious student body

This last Tuesday, Nov. 18, sustainability groups came together to host the Eco Fair. This fair was a chance for groups such as the Johnson Center for Environmental Innovation, the Sustainability Communications Team as well as some sustainability interns to […]

Campus Safety Report (11/22/19)

Monday, November 11th Campus Safety detected the odor of Marijuana in North Hall. Tuesday, November 12th Campus Safety responded to a report of underage possession. Campus Safety Office had sewer backup. Wednesday, November 13th Campus Safety responded to the Campus […]

Holiday Angel Tree invites Gusties to give back: Community Engagement Center holiday tradition helps St. Peter families

The Holiday Angel Tree can be found outside the Community Engagement Center office.

The annual Holiday Angel Tree has been set up outside the Community Engagement Center office as part of a holiday tradition which has lasted over a decade. “The Angel Tree Program is a partnership with the Head Start Program in […]

Campus car combusts in Olin parking lot: Two cars damaged after car starts on fire Friday afternoon

Gustavus students are encouraged to be aware of the warning signs and what do in case of emengency.

Numerous calls were made to Campus Safety and 911 last Friday, Nov. 15 after a campus car parked in the Lot G Olin Hall parking lot started on fire. According to Carol Brewer, Director of Campus Safety, a call came […]

Senior recital celebrates friendship and music

Lowe (left) and Yee (right) rehearse for their recital.

Seniors Katelyn Yee and Lauren Lowe started their musical journeys at Gustavus with each other, so to them, it only seems fitting to end it that way. The two hosted their senior cello and viola recital together on Nov. 17th […]

Gustie of the Week: Rachel Belvedere

This week’s Gustie of the Week is an involved student on campus, a friendly face and ambitious senior Rachel Belvedere. Gustavus has been a family school for Belvedere and she wasn’t sure if she would have her own narrative with […]

Spotlight on: choral conducting program

Students involved in the conducting program can gain experience by becoming a Vocal Music Assistant or VMA.

In the spirit of Christmas in Christ Chapel, which happens in the weekend following Thanksgiving Break, Variety brings the spotlight to the choral conducting program—an academic area of focus under the Music/Music Education Major umbrella. “Within the music major, people […]

What is the Weekly Staff Thankful For?

Standing up for accessibility to the arts

Sophomore Jonas Habben constructing an art project.

Music and the arts are a big part of Gustavus. Our programs draw  in students from all over the state and even all over the country. Students proudly wear Gustavus Music shirts, showing that Gusties care about athletics and the […]

The perks of shopping on Cyber Monday

It may seem as if we are just skipping over Thanksgiving this year due to Starbucks across the nation already decking the halls and Christmas trees starting to go up, but there is one occasion that no one will skip […]