The Gustavian Weekly

Day: November 15, 2019 | The Gustavian Weekly

Safe Sexy Fun Time Radio Hour premieres on KGSM: Student-ran radio show helps provide inclusive safe sex education

Charlotte Lim records Safe Sexy Fun Time in KGSM studio with co-host Solveig Stafford.

Sunday, Nov. 10th saw the first broadcast of the Safe Sexy Fun Time radio hour, hosted by Sophomore Solveig Stafford and Junior Charlotte Lim. This event is a collaboration between the KGSM student radio and the Center for Inclusive Excellence, […]

Campus Safety Report (11/15/19)

Monday, October 28th Campus Safety responded to Sohre Hall to take a report for a student who’s rear wheel was stolen off their bicycle. A student reported being pushed and called an inappropriate name. Tuesday, October 29th Campus Safety responded […]

Purpose Pause allows Gustavus faculty to share their insights

The Chaplains’ Office is constantly looking to create deep and meaningful connections throughout the Gustavus campus, and the best time for this is during the Daily Sabbath. A new feature of Daily Sabbath this year was the addition of a […]

“Advisor Appreciation” week encourages students to give thanks to their professors

Charlotte Lim records Safe Sexy Fun Time in KGSM studio with co-host Solveig Stafford.

Spring course registration opened this week, which can be a stressful time for many students. However, having an academic advisor can make the process easier. Students looking to show their appreciation for their academic advisor will have the opportunity later […]

Tales from Abroad: Mayra Gurrola-Calderon

Senior Theater and Latin American, Latinx, and Caribbean Studies Major Mayra Gurrola-Calderon is spending her Fall semester of 2019 in the Republic of Peru—the South American home of the Amazon rainforest, Machu Picchu, and the ancient Inca empire. Gurrola-Calderon chose […]

Gustie of the Week: Chris Gilbert

Professor of Political Science Chris Gilbert comes from a liberal arts education background as he attended Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania during his undergraduate years. One of the reasons why he chose to teach at Gustavus was that he valued […]

Gustie of the Week: Quincy Yangh

Junior Quincy Yangh, a travel aficionado from Saint Paul, Minnesota, has been excited to attend college since he was young and was excited to choose Gustavus. “Ever since a young child, my parents impressed upon  me the need for higher […]

Money-Saving Tips for the College Student

Many of us are familiar with the trope of the broke college student: the fear of checking your bank account, eating ramen for weeks on end and wondering how you’re going to survive until your next source of income shows […]

Rousing a discussion around the rouser

We’ve all been subjected to the Gustavus’ peppy, cheerful rouse, ending on the words “Beat ‘em bust ‘em that’s our custom, Gusties will shine.” While this song might be fun to sing at football games and other Gustavus events, it […]

Climbing the gender hurdle in higher education

Professors and faculty are some of the most influential people on the rate of success for a student and a positive college experience. If you think about it, professors are one of the strongest influences on a student’s life and […]