Digital Nomads

Lexi Louis – Opinion Columnist I think that being a digital nomad is a great thing, and it prepares students for becoming more adapted to technology. A digital nomad is someone who uses technology to perform their job, and they do it in independently chosen locations. With technology evolving, we use it more at Gustavus to learn. Working in public places with technology provides a … Continue reading Digital Nomads

Gusties Shine at Drake Alternative

Brady Boie – Staff Writer The Gustavus Women’s Track and Field team had a phenomenal performance this last weekend. The Golden Gusties hosted five other teams (Martin Luther, UW-Stout, Carleton, UW-River Falls, and Crown College) at home. Despite dealing with cold, windy conditions, the Gusties were able to excel and ended up winning seven different events at the Drake Alternative Invite. “The girls team performed … Continue reading Gusties Shine at Drake Alternative

Gusties Sweep Bethel in Fashion

Eamonn McCullough – Staff Writer The depth of talent on the Gustavus baseball team has been on display throughout the spring season, a trend that only continued this past Saturday, April 24, as the Gusties swept Bethel in a double header on the road. Intermixed with the deep field of skill on display, however, were several standout performances that led to a stunning, storybook victory … Continue reading Gusties Sweep Bethel in Fashion

Gustie Golf Prepares for Playoffs

Jack Wiessenberger – Staff Writer As the spring golf season nears its end, the Gusties are hoping to walk away with two Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) titles. Both the Men’s and Women’s teams are set to compete this weekend in the conference championship at Emerald Greens Golf Course in Hastings. The unusual season has brought out the best in the program, and they are … Continue reading Gustie Golf Prepares for Playoffs

Students show support for Daunte Wright

Freya Nelson – Staff Writer During the closing arguments of the Derek Chauvin trial, students across Minnesota joined in a peaceful walkout protest in solidarity with George Floyd and recent victim Daunte Wright, as reported by The Hill. According to CBS News, Ex-cop Derek Chauvin was convicted on Tuesday of all three counts in the death of George Floyd. Chauvin’s sentencing for third-degree murder , … Continue reading Students show support for Daunte Wright

Campus Safety Report (4/23/2021)

Thursday, April 15, 2021 Campus Safety was called to perform a welfare check in Sohre Hall Friday, April 16, 2021 Campus Safety spoke to a student about suspicious circumstances. Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in Southwest Hall. Saturday, April 17, 2021 Campus Safety approached an apartment violating campus quiet hours policy. Nine students referred to the campus conduct system for multiple policy violations, … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (4/23/2021)

COVID-19 Report (4/23/2021)

Gustavus On-Campus Update As of April 29, 2021: Total Positive Cases (since August 15, 2020): 291 Current Positive Student Cases: 3 Current Positive Employee Cases: 0 Total Students in Isolation/Quarantine: 6 Students in Isolation/Quarantine On Campus: 2 Employees in Isolation/Quarantine: 4 This data set is meant to encompass the on-campus impact of COVID-19 by counting cases where a person may have been on campus while … Continue reading COVID-19 Report (4/23/2021)

Gusties get vaccinated as worries about Johnson & Johnson vaccine spreads

Emily VanGorder – Staff Writer Gustavus held its first COVID-19 vaccination clinic, offering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, on Thursday, April 8 in the Don Roberts Ice Arena. Another clinic was offered on Thursday, April 22, which offered the Pfizer vaccine. Local pharmacies and health and medical clinics are also offering the vaccine to anyone 18 and older. Pharmacies are given vaccines through a federal … Continue reading Gusties get vaccinated as worries about Johnson & Johnson vaccine spreads