Coming Out Week

Cadence Paramore – Assistant Editor-in-Chief Hello Gusties, and happy Coming Out Week! If you don’t already know, Coming Out Week is a week of encouragement, celebration, and visibility for many LGBTQIA+ folks. Coming Out Week can even be empowering for some, giving people the opportunity and courage to be seen for who they really are. However, there are many people in the LGBTQIA+ community who experience … Continue reading Coming Out Week

Senior Staff Send-off!

Geena Zebrasky – Features Writer Corinne Stremmel Editor-in-Chief Favorite Weekly memory: “The April Fools Edition and Liam and Ben asking every week if they can put expletives in the word search.” Marie Osuna Lead Copy Editor Favorite Weekly memory: “All the pizza I’ve eaten in the office (pre-COVID of course).” Tyra Ericson Variety Editor & Distribution Manager Favorite Weekly memory: “I joined this year so everything … Continue reading Senior Staff Send-off!

What’s Blooming Around Campus?

Geena Zebrasky – Features Writer Springtime brings color and life back to campus, just in time for finals. Right when we need a pick me up, we can walk around campus and see the different colors, smells and sights that plants are producing. With all the new growth, you might be wondering just what those little blue flowers might be, or what that fragrant tree … Continue reading What’s Blooming Around Campus?

Earth Day

Geena Zebrasky – Features Writer This past Thursday, April 22nd, was international Earth Day. For years, Gustavus and the greater community have observed this holiday, with each year’s focus addressing the challenges that we’re currently facing. The United States’ first Earth Day grew out of the Santa Barbara oil spill of 1969, when more than 3 million gallons of oil were spilled off the coast … Continue reading Earth Day


Geena Zebrasky – Features Writer When you walk outside on a rainy day, you’re often greeted by the smell of worms in the humid air. As you walk, you’re watching your feet, playing worm-watch so that you won’t accidentally be the determining factor in one of these pink invertebrates’ futures. The reason that we have to play hopscotch everytime it rains is actually a little unclear. … Continue reading Worms!