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Another Gustie accepts Scholarship: Omega Kappa Joey Wiley wins FulBright

Joey Wiley is among a group of 15 Gustavus students through the years who have accepted a Fulbright Scholarship.

Another Gustie has won the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, Senior Joey Wiley. He is part of a group of about fifteen Gusties that have won the scholarship in previous years. Fulbright scholar, Dr. Rosemarie Mwaipopo, visited Gustavus for the 2015-16 school […]

Fraternity hosts 3rd annual Africa Jam Concert

Members of Omega Kappa gathered with their brothers and flag at their first ever Africa Jam in 2014.

As  part of Greek Life, each fraternity and sorority aims to make a difference either here at Gustavus or through a philanthropy. This weekend Omega Kappa Fraternity will be hosting their philanthropic event: the third annual Africa Jam Charity Concert. […]

2016 Senior Class raises money for new fire pit

The year is winding down and students are preparing to study for finals and finalize their summer plans. The Class of 2016 is not just getting ready to graduate but also  figuring out how to leave their mark on Gustavus. […]

39th annual May Day Conference

Every spring for the last 39 years, the Gustavus community has enthusiastically worked to explore different ways to promote peace on our secluded campus by holding an annual May Day Conference for Peace. Past topics have included ones concerning PTSD […]

Tau Mu Tau Sorority offers hope

Tau Mu Tau Sorority puts on Suicide Awareness Week to prevent suicide and offer hope.

Sunday, April 17, 2016 kicked off the Tau Mu Tau Sorority’s Annual Suicide Awareness Week. The week has included multiple events, all which are sponsored by the Tau Mu Tau Sorority.  The first event held on Monday, was an educational […]

Gustavus is targeted in acts of vandalism

Sunday April 17, 2016 anyone driving up the hill to Gustavus would have been able to see clearly that something was off as the main entrance sign had been spray painted with what appeared to be red hearts and smiley […]

Dr. Willie Jennings visits Gustavus: The Lefler Lecture series

Dr. Willie Jennings was just one of the many guests Gustavus has brought in for the Lefler lectures.

From science to the humanities, and music to religion, Gustavus students are exposed to the interdisciplinary nature of classes. Students are encouraged to understand how each discipline is connected to another. One of the campus events that emphasizes this is […]

Sweden works toward gender equality

Anna Serner will lecture on Sweden’s progress towards Gender Equality through filmmaking.

Kristi Manning – Staff Writer

Light the way with Relay for Life: Gusties will gather in Lund Arena for the fight against Cancer

Join Gustavus students, staff, faculty and community Friday April 15, 2016 at 6 p.m. to fight against cancer.

Tonight and Saturday is Gustavus’ Annual ‘Relay For Life’, from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. which will be held on the blue in Lund. Teams of Gusties signed up to raise money for cancer research and everyone is encouraged to […]

Calling all Gustie history buffs to History Club

History Club is a fun, educational way to meet new people and learn more about the history of the world.

If you walk into Beck 329 on any given Thursday night around 7:30, you might find a rousing game of history trivia, a lively discussion about the Cold War, or just a friendly group of Gusties playing a history-themed board […]