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Building Bridges aims to end the stigma of mental illness: Student leaders prep for the Building Bridges Conference

Building Bridges is poised to start the year strong after announcing its new topic for this year’s conference, “Mental Health as a Social Justice Cause”. With this theme in mind, the organization hopes to focus on raising awareness about the […]

Academic minds discuss reproductive technology at 53rd Nobel Conference: Researchers and scholars spark conversation and raise questions at Gustavus’s signature event

One of the most notable events that Gustavus Adolphus College is fortunate to host annually is the Nobel Conference. One of the most notable events that Gustavus Adolphus College is fortunate to host annually is the Nobel Conference. The Nobel Conference […]

New year brings Greek life changes

Almost a year has gone by since Gustavus suspended six Greek organizations for violating the college’s hazing and sexual harassment policies. Gustavus suspended the organizations after they investigated hazing allegations last fall and into the spring. Several reports were turned […]

Members of the Gustavus community reanimate Frankenstein with live reading: Greeters, faculty, and students perform the Mary Shelley novel

If you walked by the Courtyard Cafe at any part of the day this past Thursday you most likely noticed the costumes, backdrops, live artists, and people participating in the live reading of this years First-Year Reading in Common book, […]

Public discourse celebrates a decade

The Communication Studies Department hosted an alumni and student event and brunch called PD BDAY this past Saturday during homecoming festivities. PD BDAY was the ten-year anniversary celebration of the launch of Public Discourse, and for the launch of a […]

Gusties reign on Homecoming with revelry and celebration

This past weekend, alumni from far and wide returned to the Hill for The Great Gustie Gathering! Events occurred throughout the week, culminating with the final homecoming events on Saturday. On Monday, the hunt began for the Homecoming Medallion. A […]

Swedish Royal Treasurer Jan Lindman visits Gustavus

It isn’t every day that you meet a gentleman whose business card says he’s Keeper of the Privy Purse. When you learn that he is the treasurer to the King of Sweden, you know you’re in special company. In this […]

Nobel Conference aims to answer scientific questions: 53rd annual Nobel Conference meant to focus on reproductive technology

This year, Gustavus will be hosting the 53 Nobel Conference, with this year’s theme focusing on reproductive technology. On October 3 and 4, seven presenters and professors will come to Gustavus from all different backgrounds to talk about their studies […]

Science department hosts Fall Research Symposium

A number of students conducted scientific research over this past summer, and had the opportunity to present their work last week, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 15 in the Nobel Hall of Science for the Science […]

Campus-wide response to DACA decision: Individuals comment on Trump’s crackdown on DACA recipients

The administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in early September has created a worldwide controversy.  The administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in early September has created a worldwide […]