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Gustavus prepares for phase two of the Nobel Expansion: Gusties will soon get their first glimpse inside the $70 million project

Nobel Hall of Science is bringing Gustavus students one of the biggest renovations this campus has seen since the construction of Beck Hall. One of the largest projects Gustavus has ever taken on in terms of cost, the $70 million […]

The Class of 2019 counts down the days

Students may be feeling a slight slump at the moment, but that just means the best time of the year is right around the corner. With summer comes graduation, and with graduation comes Senior Week. The seniors are a few […]

Campus Safety Report (5/17/19)

Monday, May 6 Campus Safety received a report of an elevator that had been barricaded which caused a safety issue. The barricade was removed. Two AC were contacted by the Counseling Center because a student reported to them that they […]

New Jersey band performs before finals week

The Stolen, a band from New Jersey, came to campus to perform in the Johns Family Courtyard on May 10, 2019. The Stolen is a pop-rock group from New Jersey, and has performed with Neon Trees, All-American Rejects, The Academic, […]

Understanding white privilege at Gustavus: 20th annual White Privilege Conference inspires discussion on campus

On Tuesday, May 7, a group of faculty, staff, and administration members held a talk titled “Understanding and Interrupting White Privilege,” in which they discussed the White Privilege Conference they attended in March. This year marked the 20th annual White […]

Campus Safety Report (5/10/19)

Monday, March 11 A CF reported that a student is harassing other students and will not stop. Campus Safety received a slip-and-fall accident report from outside Campus Center. Campus Safety responded to Lund Arena Lot, a Gustavus visitor reported a […]

Philosophy lecture sparks conversation: Dr. Kenneth Stikkers shares ideas on the meaning of freedom

What do we mean when we talk about freedom? The lecture hosted by the Philosophy Department, “To Preserve Their Freedom: What Frederick Douglass and the Haitian Revolution Teach us About the Meaning of Freedom,” took place on May 9 from […]

Annual George Hall Lecture honors student research

The department of religion recently hosted its annual George Hall lecture. The event took place May 9 in the President’s Dining Room. The lecture was given by Dr. John Person, a Gustavus graduate from 2002. “We hold the George Hall […]

Women of Gustavus push for empowerment: 9th annual Women in Leadership Conference brings women together

Gustavus promotes service and leadership as one of its core values. Opportunities to explore leadership can be found in all areas of campus life. Most recently, Gustavus sponsored a conference to encourage female leadership in professional fields. The conference, officially […]

Campus Safety Report (4/26/19)

Monday, March 11 A CF reported that a student is harassing other students and will not stop. Campus Safety received a slip-and-fall accident report from outside Campus Center. Campus Safety responded to Lund Arena Lot, a Gustavus visitor reported a […]