The Gustavian Weekly


Dorm Dwelling

As a residential college, Gustavus is known for the community it encourages with such a large percentage of students living on campus. In 2015, 85% of students studying on campus were living in College housing. As a four-year residential college, […]

Gusties Give Back: Students Today Leaders Forever

Gustavus prides itself on its sense of community. With over 100 student organizations on campus, there is no lack of opportunity for involvement, engagement, friendship, and leadership. A community service organization to watch for is Students Today Leaders Forever (STLF). […]

Spring Break Pinterest

Spring Break Statistics – 1.5 million students go on Spring Break every year – Panama City Beach hosts approximately 500,000 tourists each year – 2,500 American citizens are arrested abroad – College students spend more than $1 billion every year […]

Safety On The Hill

Safety On The Hill

On campus, the Gustavus Campus Safety officers aim to provide the safest environment possible to produce a healthy academic environment. Known by many as the killjoys that dole out alcohol violations, the responsibilities of the Campus Safety officers extend much […]

SILVER OR LEAD: Wealth and Violence in the War on Drugs

SILVER OR LEAD: Wealth and Violence in the War on Drugs

The 21st annual Building Bridges Conference will take place this Saturday, March 5 at 9:00 a.m. Students have been working tirelessly to prepare for this event. “Everyone involved in the conference has given their all for the last year. It’s hard […]

Sexual Violence on Campus: kNOw MORE

While in college, one in 5 women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted. However, more than 90% of sexual assault victims on college campuses do not report the assault.    Although Gustavus is a relatively small school it […]

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: 2016 January Interim Off-Campus Courses

North America E/M-206: Entrepreneurial & Creative Thinking – Vegas Style   South & Latin America NDL 170: Cuba: Religion, Culture, and Identity GEG-155: From the Amazon to the Andes: Ecuadorian Landscape in a Time of Global Change EDU-267: Education and Poverty […]

Happy New Year 2016!

Each year on December 31, millions of people gather together with friends and family to ring in the new year. Beyond the celebration of finishing a year lies the anticipation of a fresh start, a new beginning, and the promise […]

12 Days of Christmas

Issue 11 3 of 6 Features

In Gus We Trust: One Campus Under Bergman

Issue 10 Features

On July 1, 2014, Rebecca Bergman officially took office as Gustavus Adolphus College’s 17th president. After growing up in the New England area, Bergman attended Princeton University and received her B.S. in chemical engineering with interest in the biomedical engineering […]