Emily Seppelt For most of my time at Gustavus, my biggest personality trait has been the fact that I worked at the Weekly. Fun fact in class? I work at the Weekly! Looking for important things to share? The Weekly is hiring! (We are, by the way). Somebody invites me to go out? Sorry, I have an article to write. Working at the Weekly has … Continue reading The Gustavian Weekly Senior’s Goodbye!
Mirror Sylvia Plath I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever you see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike. I am not cruel, only truthful— The eye of a little god, four-cornered. Most of the time I meditate on the opposite wall. It is pink, with speckles. I have looked at it so long I think it … Continue reading National Poetry Month
My Body: Help Support and Empower Young Women of Color Who Attend Post-Secondary Education Continue reading 4th Annual Womxn of Color Summit
On Tuesday March 29 2022, Gustavus Students for Life organization and Gustavus Students for Reproductive Freedoms(SRF) held chalking days representing their opposing stances on abortion laws. The Students for Life participated in a national Pro-life chalking day to show their support for pro-life students on campus. The President of the org, Samantha Bach, describes the orgs objectives as, “explicitly Pro-Life, and we aim to save … Continue reading Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Chalking Events
Knowledge is Power Dismantling Systematic Bias in Educational Institutions Join Gustavus students, staff and guest speakers in the 27th annual Building Bridges event on Saturday, March 5 as they discuss the bias and discrimination that exist in educational institutions. The Gustavus Building Bridges board has organized a full day of workshops, guest speakers and Q&A’s. The work shops will take place in Beck Hall and … Continue reading Building Bridges 2022