The Gustavian Weekly

Month: November 2019 | Page 2 | The Gustavian Weekly

Getting to the heart of polite speech

Imposter syndrome has been a recent hot topic on campus, which refers to the internalized fear that one will be exposed as a fraud. What kinds of things perpetuate it, does it truly affect us? How deeply in our subconscious […]

Debating the importance of debate

We’ve all had that boring, two hour long lecture class where you sit and stare at the clock, only half-comprehending the words coming out of the professor’s mouth. Don’t get me wrong, lectures have a role in getting information out […]

Football ends with a win over the Oles: Gusties finish with an overall record of 7-3

Sophomore Brady Essig begins to run his route during a game earlier this season. The Gusties’ season came to an end with their 49-7 win over St. Olaf.

The Gustavus Men’s Football team finished their 2019 season with a win, which was a result of an explosive offensive showing. On Saturday, the Gusties hosted St. Olaf for their season finale. After a 49-7 win, the Gusties finish the […]

Women’s basketball off to a strong start: Gusties win first two games 84-53 and 94-26

Junior Ava Gonsorowski dribbles the ball up the court for the Gusties. The team won its first two games of the season, defeating Luther and Bethany Lutheran.

Each of the past two seasons for the Gustavus Women’s basketball team have revolved around a pair of studly seniors, with two All-Conference players graduating each year. This year there are no seniors on the roster, but this apparent dearth […]

Men’s Soccer falls to North Park in penalties: Gusties finish with two championships and 18-3-1 record

Junior Matthew Gibbons is program’s new single season assists leader after recording 17 setups this season.

After putting together an impressive regular season record of 17-3 and capturing both the MIAC regular season title and the MIAC Playoff Championship, the Gustavus Men’s Soccer Team traveled to Chicago to compete in the NCAA Tournament. After an exciting […]

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 […]