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Campus responds to new COVID-19 guidelines: Gustavus sets new COVID-19 rules to help brings students back to campus

Thus far, new on-campus COVID-19 guidelines are generally being followed. “{The rules have been followed]very well. I am very impressed with the students on campus,” Assistant Vice President for Student Life, Megan Ruble, said. In order to maintain everyone’s safety […]

Campus Safety Report (9/18/2020)

Tuesday, September 1 Campus safety responded to a fire alarm in Rundstrom Hall, no smoke, no fire, no damage. Campus Safety was contacted for a welfare check request. Campus Safety was contacted for a welfare check request. Thursday, September 3 […]

Gustavus students face effects of campus housing decisions

Campus housing has been an unusual point of stress for Gustavus students this semester. Some students have even opted to take the entire semester online. However, their decision to go virtual is negatively affecting their financial aid awards. Is this […]

Counseling Center hires BIPOC support professionals

President Rebecca Bergman announced the hiring of two new counselors on the first day of fall semester who specifically support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) students. The change stems from the work the Counseling Center has been doing in […]

COVID-19 Online Issue: March 26th, 2020

Gustavian Weekly Issue 18

Faculty and Staff Cope with COVID-19 Pandemic

The rapidly developing COVID-19 pandemic has led to Gustavus suspending all in-person instruction as well as on-campus living for the remainder of the semester. The decision has had immediate impacts on the entire Gustavus community, and further effects are still […]

College Faces Financial Fears Amid COVID-19: Uncertain Times Lead to Financial Worries among Staff and Students

The spread of COVID-19 has brought with it a flood of economic worries and uncertainties, and now that Gustavus has closed its doors for the rest of the Spring Semester, the question of how the school will be impacted financially […]

The Difficulty of going Digital: Online Learning Forces Classes to get Creative or Make Serious Cuts

As Gusties are all too aware, class plans have been changing quickly. Due to the suspension of in-person classes, as announced last week, professors have been scrambling to re-arrange class schedules, assignments and projects. However, due to the nature of […]

Gustavus prepares for possible COVID-19: Administration makes arrangements to keep campus healthy and virus-free

By now, just about everyone has heard about the coronavirus, or COVID-19. The viral outbreak has been a subject of focus for every news outlet in the country and many citizens have been carefully watching the movement of the virus […]

Campus Safety Report (3/13/2020)

Saturday, February 29th A suspicious person was reported to Campus Safety. The area was checked and no one was located. Monday, March 2nd No incidents reported Tuesday, March 3rd No incidents reported Wednesday, March 4th Campus Safety responded to a […]