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Anderson Hall reopened in time for new semester: Students marvel in the beauty of new academic space

On Monday, Feb. 6 Gustavus students piled in the doors of the highly anticipated renovated A.H. Anderson Hall for the first day of spring semester classes. “I was full on skipping, jumping, giggling, and crying! I ran around as fast […]

New administrator aims to create cultural shift: Title IX Coordinator Justine Stein is working toward giving students a different perspective on sexual misconduct

Upon opening the 2016-17 Student Guide: Responding to Sexual Misconduct, intimate partner violence, and stalking manual the reader is greeted with a bold message. It states, in large font: “Members of the Gustavus Adolphus College community, guests and visitors have […]

Administrators will soon begin implementation plans for the Gustavus Strategic Action PlanAction plan highlight three main goals:

On Tuesday, Dec. 6, members of the Gustavus community met to discuss the college’s strategic plan. The plan, known formally as the Gustavus Acts Strategic Plan, began in 2016 and is set to continue until 2026. President Rebecca Bergman has […]

Gustavus students gets ready to present annual Psycological Research Symposium

Psychological Science Research Symposium The Psychological Science Research Symposium offers students the ability to share the research they have collected over the fall semester. This on-campus event, taking place from  3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Dec. 9 in Beck […]

NAMI visit campus

Last Monday, two speakers from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) came to Gustavus to present “In Our Own Voice”, a 90-minute seminar designed to reduce stigmatization, as well as address misconceptions about mental illness. The talk was co-sponsored […]

Dakota Access Pipeline Panel aims to educate students

The Dakota Access Pipeline has frequented news and media outlets for the past couple months. It is a topic that many are aware of, but few are educated on. There has been debate even at Gustavus surrounding this topic. People […]

The search for a Title IX coordinator continues: Gustavus looks to hire additional administrative staff to work on prevention of Title IX cases

While attending Gustavus Adolphus College, it is important that all students are in a safe and welcoming environment. The college has made significant progress in trying to inform students of by sending emails to the whole student body. Although that […]

Vandalism effects student bus service: Damage to the Nicollet County Bank cause Gus Bus to lose a stop

The Gus Bus has become a staple around campus as its popularity has continued growing throughout the years. Sponsored by the Student Senate, it offers rides to students on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday each week. The Nicollet County Bank no […]

Gustavus community shines light on (un)happiness: Organizations on campus prepare to host three-week series of workshops

A series of (Un)happy workshops will be happening on Mondays from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in The Dive. The first session is on Nov. 14. The workshops consist of three different topics, and were created through a collaboration between the […]

Student body shook up by Trump’s victory, Building Bridge organizes sit-in to console