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Goodbye to the Seniors of The Weekly

Caroline Probst Editor-in-Chief What are your plans for next year? I’m moving to Stockholm, Sweden to take a gap year. I’ll be working as an au pair and traveling as much as possible, before starting my career. Katie Allen Copy […]

Best Places to Study on Campus

Help from the Reference Librarians

Associate Professor and Chair of the Library, Julie Gilbert, answers a few questions students might have about using the library and it’s resources.  When a student comes asking for help on a research paper, where do you start? In general, […]

Relay for Life

Gustavus will be hosting its annual relay for life Friday April, 27 from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. in Lund. Come support groups like the American Cancer Society and Colleges Against Cancer. Relay for Life is a fundraiser for the […]

Best Extracurricular Classes

Weather and Climate Why did you choose that class? Sounded fun, good way to get a Gen Ed out of the way Who taught it? Jeff La Frenierre What made the class enjoyable? Jeff La Frennierre, enjoyable labs, good atmosphere […]

A Guide to Napping

According to an article from the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, only 11 percent of American college students sleep well. Forty percent feel well rested only two days a week. Sleep deprivation is a major problem for […]

Look back twenty years at the St. Peter tornado

How to Reuse Old Weeklys

Origami Swan instructions: 1. Start with cutting out a square piece of paper. 2. Fold in half to make a crease then unfold. 3. Fold the two edges into the center and crease so the paper resembles a kite shape. […]

Room Draw Basics and FAQs

Room Draw Basics When and where is is room draw? April 19th and April 22nd in Alumni Hall. What does my room draw number mean? It represents the order in which you can choose a room. It’s based on seniority […]

Coffee: a college student’s favorite cure-all

Coffee is the life-blood for most college students, so it’s good to know that coffee has more benefits than just keeping us awake. According the Harvard Health Blog, moderate coffee consumption, about three to four cups a day, has been […]