Meet the Cute Campus Critteres

Gustie Pet Policy In June of 2016, Gustavus released a pet policy statement that pets are generally not allowed on campus. The rationale behind this is that pets can pose health and safety risks to the campus community including allergies, excessive noise, and discomfort around animals. Gustavus aims to use this policy to promote the well- being of those on campus and protect the College’s … Continue reading Meet the Cute Campus Critteres

Goodbye Greeks

What is happening to Gustavus Greek Life?   Greek Life has been a part of the Gustavus comminity since 1904. Currently, there are three sororities and four fraternities on campus. The organizations’ purpose are to make a difference on campus through philanthropic endeavors, community service and interpersonal development. Organizations also teach leaderships skills, participate in social events and build lasting relationships. Gustavus has had a … Continue reading Goodbye Greeks

Nobel Conference 53: Reproductive Technology: How Far Do We Go?

Jad Abumrad Jad Abumrad is the co-host, founder and producer of NRP’s podcast Radiolab. The podcast is described as “a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience.” Abumrad will lecture on the understanding of science as an intrinsic part of human experience and as a part of larger philosophical questions about life. Ruha Benjamin Ruha … Continue reading Nobel Conference 53: Reproductive Technology: How Far Do We Go?

Homecoming Weekend Calendar

September 22nd Daily Sabbath at Boonier Multifaith Center- Muslim Religious Practices Members of Gustavus’ growing Muslim community are invited to gather on Friday mornings for a variety of Muslim religious practices. Men’s Tennis at Drake Invitational Responsible Conduct of Research Training Workshop at 2:30-3:30pm in St. Peter Room, Jackson Campus Center 207 Participation in this in-person training workshop on Responsible Conduct of Research is required … Continue reading Homecoming Weekend Calendar

The Best Campus Hangouts

“Tip: STUDY ABROAD! It’ll be the best semester of your college career. It’s never to early to start planning your trip! Come visit me or the other PA’s to get help planning your adventure.” – Caroline Probst, Senior, Editor-Chief “Hollingsworth Field. It’s a fantastic place for a football game and it’s amazing that the whole stadium was solely alumni funded.” – Tanner Sparrow, Junior, Managing … Continue reading The Best Campus Hangouts

Gustavian Weekly Class of 2017

Congratulations on all your wonderful accomplishments Brady! We are so proud of you and the man you have become. Oh the places you have been! We hope you keep exploring life’s adventures and enjoy every minute of it! Thank you for all the joy and blessings you have given us along the way. Wishing you blue skies. Love, Mom, Dad, and Molly “Sometimes you will … Continue reading Gustavian Weekly Class of 2017

Summer 2017

With the end of the school year only a few mere weeks away, the days of beautiful weather and late nights are ahead. For those who are planning to spend the summer in the Twin Cities, there are plenty of exciting activities to fill the beautiful days and nights in the Minneapolis-St.Paul area. From concerts to food festivals, there’s something for everyone! Minneapolis Aquatennial July … Continue reading Summer 2017

Peoples Climate March

On April 29, 2017, more than 300,000 people in Washington D.C. and across the country joined together in a powerful demonstration of unity for jobs, justice, and climate action. Among the attendees were students, workers, community organizations, environmental groups, and faith communities. “The Climate March was a march for climate, jobs, and justice. We marched to acknowledge the urgency of the climate crisis and celebrate … Continue reading Peoples Climate March