The Gustavian Weekly

Day: March 25, 2020 | The Gustavian Weekly

College Faces Financial Fears Amid COVID-19: Uncertain Times Lead to Financial Worries among Staff and Students

The spread of COVID-19 has brought with it a flood of economic worries and uncertainties, and now that Gustavus has closed its doors for the rest of the Spring Semester, the question of how the school will be impacted financially […]

The Difficulty of going Digital: Online Learning Forces Classes to get Creative or Make Serious Cuts

As Gusties are all too aware, class plans have been changing quickly. Due to the suspension of in-person classes, as announced last week, professors have been scrambling to re-arrange class schedules, assignments and projects. However, due to the nature of […]

Unprecedented Events: 1998 Tornado, 2020 Coronavirus

On March 29, 1998, Saint Peter was devastated by a F-3 tornado that destroyed homes, tore through the campus of Gustavus, and took one life. Almost twenty-two years later, Gustavus (and the entire world) has been forced to confront the […]

Searching for structure in a chaotic world

a designated workspace is helpful for learning at home.

The past week for college students across the country has been stressful to say the least – within the span of just a few days we went from just washing our hands more often to having the rest of the […]

What to do when there’s nothing to do

On any normal day, having no responsibilities and time off from class sounds fantastic, but when it comes to days of staying inside, Netflix and doing absolutely nothing gets old real fast. Having to stay inside has led to doing […]