Gusties of the Week: Thomas Sullivan

Emma Kelsey – Staff Writer This week’s Gustie of the Week, Thomas Sullivan, is highly involved in the Gustavus community and widely respected by his fellow Gusties. Sullivan is a member of the Gustavus Choir, G Sharp A Cappella, Legacy A Capella, LineUs Improv Comedy Troupe, Theatre Gallery, and the Gustavus Student Nurses Association. He is a Senior Nursing major and Theater minor. Senior Zoë … Continue reading Gusties of the Week: Thomas Sullivan

Dakota digital artist: Marlena Myles

Kaitlyn Doolittle – Staff Writer Gustavus Adolphus College welcomes artist in residence, Marlena Myles. Myles’ artwork will be displayed in the Schaefer Art Gallery from Nov. 28 through Dec. 14. Myles will have an Artist Talk at 5:00 p.m on Dec. 5.  Myles is a Native American (Spirit Lake Dakota, Mohegan, Muscogee) artist from St. Paul Minnesota. Myles’ artwork consists of digital art, murals, augmented … Continue reading Dakota digital artist: Marlena Myles

DEIB leads the discussion on allyship and racial justice

Colin Maiwurm – Staff Writer With midterms and the election passing by, many have found themselves very busy and overstressed, unable to relax or attend any events. With midterms and the election having now passed, the college is back to hosting new events, some of which are coming up soon. On Thursday Nov. 17 from 11:30-12:30, there will be a panel discussion regarding allyship and … Continue reading DEIB leads the discussion on allyship and racial justice

Big Speaker event brings Bryan Terrell Clark to the Stage

Mel Pardock – Staff Writer In alternating years the Campus Activities Board brings a “Big Speaker” to campus. The event allows CAB to provide students with a speaker to gleam knowledge, inspiration, and guidance from. This year’s big speaker is Bryan Terrell Clark, an actor and singer/songwriter that has performed in successful Broadway shows and a wide range of popular television programs. In 2019, Terrell … Continue reading Big Speaker event brings Bryan Terrell Clark to the Stage

Gustavus embraces Native American Hertiage Month

Leah Thompson – Staff Writer Native American Heritage Month is celebrated annually in the United States during the month of November to both honor Indigenous people and to acknowledge that this country was built on stolen land. As Gustavus has continued to acknowledge its settler history, there has been a much needed push to create educational conversations and events surrounding reconciliation with the Dakota community … Continue reading Gustavus embraces Native American Hertiage Month

Gustie football cruises past Carleton

Emma Esteb – Staff Writer This past Saturday the Gusties were victorious against Carleton with a 28-9 win.​​ The Gustie defense had an unbelievable game with three interceptions, and held Carleton to a season low 228 yards of offense. The Gustavus football team now stands 5-3 overall, 4-2 in the MIAC, and 2-1 in the Northwoods Division.  The game started with Carleton’s first drive ending … Continue reading Gustie football cruises past Carleton

Men’s soccer completes perfect season

Parker Burman – Staff Writer The fifth ranking Gustavus men’s soccer team wrapped up their season against conference rival Macalester. After a hard fought match the Gusties were able to secure a 1-0 victory over the Scots. With the victory, the team finished an undefeated season for the Gusties and a regular season MIAC Championship.  “Ending the regular season with a MIAC Championship is obviously … Continue reading Men’s soccer completes perfect season

Movies From The Library: Hour of the Wolf

Will Sorg – Entertainment Columnist The portrayal of a tortured artist’s deteriorating mental state was not a revolutionary idea for a film plot by the 1960s, but Ingmar Bergman’s 1968 film Hour of the Wolf tells this tale in a wholly unique way. Bergman is often regarded as one of the most influential directors in cinematic history, the Swedish filmmaker is renowned for his bleak … Continue reading Movies From The Library: Hour of the Wolf