Writers on strike!

David Eide – Opinion Columnist If you like to follow Film and Television news as I sometimes do, you’ve probably heard about the writer’s strike that is still ongoing as of the writing of this column. This strike is incredibly important, and it has affected the productions of some of the most popular TV shows currently airing such as the fifth and final season of … Continue reading Writers on strike!

Studying abroad with Mel Pardock

Mel Pardock – Staff Writer Hey there Gusties! I’m sure our dedicated readers have been saddened by my incredibly noticeable absence here at the Weekly, but despair no more! I have returned. Well, not physically… but your favorite news-writer-turned-world-traveler is here to share some notes on my study away adventures! I am a double major here at Gustavus, belonging to both the Political Science and … Continue reading Studying abroad with Mel Pardock

Gustie of the Week: Jenna Wyum

Emma Kelsey – Staff Writer This week’s Gustie of the Week, Jenna Wyum is a Senior Public Accounting major with a Political Science minor. She is the Finance Director in the Student Senate, a member of the Chapel Choir, and holds several leadership positions in the Theta Xi Gamma sorority. She works as an accounting tutor for the E/M department and participates in other organizations … Continue reading Gustie of the Week: Jenna Wyum

Fewer Emergencies takes the stage

Katie Doolittle – Staff Writer The Gustavus Theatre department is presenting its Spring production of Fewer Emergencies written by Martin Crimp and directed by Henry MacCarthy. The show is open on Thursday, May 11 through Saturday, May 13 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 14th at 2:00 p.m. in Anderson Theatre.  Fewer Emergencies is the title of one of the three short plays that will … Continue reading Fewer Emergencies takes the stage

Senior Tailgate celebrates graduation & giving back

Andrew Clark – Staff Writer Last Wednesday night, May 10, the Gustavus Fund gathered all Seniors to participate in an end of the year celebration of the transition from students into alumni and giving back to the Gustavus community. The Senior Tailgate included food, fun, philanthropy, and celebrating the commitment and work that the class has put into the Gustavus community. This event is an … Continue reading Senior Tailgate celebrates graduation & giving back

Concerts wrap up spring semester

Colin Maiwurm – Staff Writer As classes start to wrap up, the bands on campus prepare for their final concert for the school year. With the choirs having their concerts last weekend, this weekend is filled with band concerts. The groups that are having concerts this weekend are as follows: Gustavus Wind Orchestra (GWO), Gustavus Wind Symphony (GWS), Chamber Winds, and the Handbell Ensemble. With … Continue reading Concerts wrap up spring semester

One Gustie’s trash…

Katie Samek – Staff Writer The second annual Trash2Treasure Move-Out Donations Collection event is in full swing as Gustavus students prepare to move out of their dormitories and apartments across campus. Donations opened on Friday, May 5 for Norelius, Southwest, and North halls, while the rest of the dormitory donation spots are set to open on Thursday, May 18. The event will close and all … Continue reading One Gustie’s trash…

Students pursue Fulbright Scholarship

Elliot Steeves – Staff Writer On Tuesday, May 9, at 7:00 p.m., in the Center for Inclusive Excellence, Biology Professor and Fellowships Advisor Pamela Kittelson delivered a presentation informing students of the Fulbright scholarship. The presentation focused on the application process, as well as how to find a good opportunity to pursue the required research. The US Fulbright Scholarship program is an initiative that sends … Continue reading Students pursue Fulbright Scholarship