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24th annual Building Bridges conference addresses immigration in the land of opportunity

Julissa Arce is an author and immigration advocate, as well as a commentor and speaker. She was named one of People en Español’s 25 Most Powerful Women of 2017.

Gustavus hosted the 24th annual Building Bridges Conference on Saturday, March 2, 2019 focusing on this year’s theme of Immigration: Demolishing the Legacy of Bigotry in the Land of Opportunity. There were workshops and a keynote address from Julissa Arce, […]

Campus Safety Report (3/8/19)

Monday, February 25 Campus Safety detected the odor of marijuana while patrolling Rundstrom Hall.  Two students were referred to the Campus Conduct System. A student reported that his windshield wipers had been stolen off his car. Campus Safety preformed  a […]

PASO celebrates black culture with Africa Week

Next Monday marks the beginning of Africa Week, an annual event which serves to educate and celebrate Pan-Africanism and black culture. The week leading up to Africa Night is full of events and discussion, and culminates on Friday, March 15 […]

Three-time World Poetry Slam finalist Natasha T. Miller gives spoken word show

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted a spoken word performance that was “life changing,” Sophomore Culture and Diversity Executive Tyra Banks said. Natasha T. Miller, a Detroit, Michigan native, three-time Women of the World Poetry Slam finalist, author, and film […]

Budget cuts reach Residential Life: Collegiate Fellow compensation no longer covers entire room cost

Every Gustavus student is familiar with the Collegiate Fellow program, either through serving as CFs themselves or through living on campus. Recently, changes were made to the compensation CFs will receive as payment for their services to students and the […]

Campus Safety Report (3/1/19)

Monday, February 18 Campus Safety received a request for a welfare check in the International Center. Campus Safety responded to an over 21 intoxicated student, St. Peter Police were called due to lack of cooperation and escorted him off campus […]

Gustavus cancels two fall study away trips: The India and Malaysia trips for 2019 canceled due to low enrollment

Students planning to go on the India and Malaysia Study Abroad trips were left disappointed after finding out both trips were canceled for the fall of 2019, including Sophomore Hailey Concepcion. Concepcion is a Political Science and Peace Studies major […]

Latinx Film Festival celebrates women in film

Throughout the months of February and March, Gustavus is hosting the fourth Latinx Film Festival to showcase films from different spanish countries like Cuba, Argentina, and Mexico. Darío Sánchez-González, an Assistant Professor in Modern Languages, Literature, and Cultures; Spanish; Gender, […]

Christmas in Christ Chapel bringing holiday spirit to GAC: This year’s theme embodies “Visions of Divine Mystery”

Christmas in Christ Chapel 2018 welcomes the Christmas season. Five shows filled with music, word, and dance will bring almost 9,000 people to campus this weekend. Tickets for three of the five services have sold out, though there will be […]

Campus Safety Report (11/30/18)

Monday, November 12 A Gustavus employee reported a theft of Gustavus property in Beck Hall. Campus safety responded to Sohre hall for a theft of bike report. Campus safety responded to Sohre Hall for a Mental Health concern. Tuesday, November […]