Campus Safety Report (12/10/2021)

December 1, 2021 Campus Safety found traces of marijuana in an Interpretive Center trash can. December 2, 2021 Campus Safety responded to a report of damage to GAC property at College View Apartments. December 3, 2021 Campus Safety transported a student from Sohre Hall to Urgent Care. Campus Safety responded to Uhler Hall to take a report of a stolen bicycle. December 5, 2021 Campus … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (12/10/2021)

Winter Break closing guidelines for dummies

Emily Seppelt – Staff Writer The semester is drawing to a close and you all know what that means: we’re getting kicked out. To avoid the $50 fee that will sit on your student account for months and months, here’s what to do before your risk your life driving home in the snow. Make sure you skedaddle by 9 AM on Tuesday, December 21. Take out … Continue reading Winter Break closing guidelines for dummies

Goodbye and Hello from the Past and Future News Editor

Anna Edblad – News Editor Unfortunately, dear readers, your trusted news editor must bid you farewell. Over the past four years at Gustavus I have learned some very important pieces of information: all of which I have forgotten and you don’t care enough to read. However, the best tip and only tip that I’ll leave you with is something I learned during my 3 years as … Continue reading Goodbye and Hello from the Past and Future News Editor

Campus Safety Report (12/3/2021)

Friday, November 5, 2021 Campus Safety was informed of property damage to a door in the Dining service area. Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Arbor View east apartments. Sunday, November 7, 2021 Campus Safety responded to a medical amnesty in Rundstrom Hall. Campus Safety responded to a missing bicycle at College View Apartments. Monday, November 8, 2021 Campus Safety transported a student … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (12/3/2021)

Audience returns to Christmas in Christ Chapel

Carter Brown – Staff Writer Christmas in Christ Chapel has officially arrived once again on campus, this time with added precautions for COVID-19. “Christmas in Christ Chapel…places our stories of lament and meaning-making among the stories of the Divine.” states the Gustavus website page for Christmas in Christ Chapel (CinCC). “Through the hope of nativity, we journey to a place of inspiration and good courage…” Starting … Continue reading Audience returns to Christmas in Christ Chapel

Campus Safety Report (11/19/2021)

Friday, November 5, 2021 Campus Safety was informed of property damage to a door in the Dining service area. Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Arbor View east apartments. Sunday, November 7, 2021 Campus Safety responded to a medical amnesty in Rundstrom Hall. Campus Safety responded to a missing bicycle at College View Apartments. Monday, November 8, 2021 Campus Safety transported a student … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (11/19/2021)

New Students Preaching Interns

Mel Pardock – Staff Writer At the beginning of each semester, Gusties of all majors and interests apply to be preaching interns that assist the Chaplains Office and the clergy at Gustavus. Usually, there are two interns that assist the Chaplains and they do this by giving sermons during worship and interpreting scripture and literature. This year’s preaching interns are Georgia Zutz and PJ Johnson, both … Continue reading New Students Preaching Interns

Campus Safety Report (11/12/2021)

November 5, 2021 Campus Safety was informed of property damage to a door in the Dinging service area. Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Arbor View east apartments. November 7, 2021 Campus Safety responded to a medical amnesty in Rundstrom Hall. Campus Safety responded to missing bicycle at College View Apartments. November 8, 2021 Campus Safety transported a student from Sohre Hall to … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (11/12/2021)

CF Burnout

Emma Seppelt – Staff Writer As all of Gustavus tries to navigate this “new normal,” no part of campus is left unaffected, including the Residential Life Office. Being a CF during COVID comes with a new set of challenges, and many student staff in the Residential Life office have reported feelings of burnout, dissatisfaction, and mistreatment from the Residential Life office. Weekly staff interviewed a number … Continue reading CF Burnout