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56th annual Noble Conference preview: Cancer in the Age of Biotechnology

The 56th Nobel Conference will take place virtually on October 6 and 7, and will be available to livestream through the Gustavus website. Planning for the 56th Nobel Conference began in 2018, when Professor and Conference co-chair Dwight Stoll emailed […]

Campus Safety Report (10/2/2020)

Monday, September 21st Campus Safety responded to a Medical Assist near Three Flags. Student was taken by ambulance to Rivers Edge Hospital. A CF went and checked on a resident in Sorensen Hall, per the Director of Residential Life, and […]

Upperclassmen move back into campus: Students finally return to campus on Sept. 25th

Last weekend, between Sept. 25 and Sept. 27, Gustavus’ upperclassmen returned to campus as they trickled in nearly one month after the arrival of the freshmen. Approximately 870 students moved in this past weekend, raising the population of students present […]

Gusties Vote 2020 encourages students to vote on Nov. 3rd

A s the November election approaches, the Gustavus community is mobilizing towards campus-wide voter engagement. Gustavus has a history of encouraging voting as a civic duty, and that effort has paid off. In 2018, the College won the State of […]

WELCOME BACK, GUSTIES! Gustavus staff and faculty prepares for students’ return to campus

As the majority of Gustavus students and staff prepare to return to campus (per a hybrid learning plan), several Gustavus staff members weigh in on their confidence in Gustavus’ ability to successfully curb the negative effects of COVID-19. “I am […]

Campus Safety Report (9/25/2020)

Wednesday, Sept. 16 No incidents reported Thursday, Sept. 17 Campus Safety responded to Pittman Hall for the odor of marijuana. Friday, Sept. 18 Campus Safety vehicle #48 was damaged by Beck Hall. Campus Safety received a call about a conduct […]

St. Peter residents come together to celebrate late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Last Sunday, Sept. 20, a vigil was held for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in order to celebrate her life, recognize her achievements and call for change through the upcoming election. The event was filled with personal stories, a […]

Sports technology startup, JockLab, founded by Gustavus alumni

JockLab founders Alijah Nelson (‘19) and Anierobi Eziolise (‘18) met at Gustavus through playing intramural sport. “We met on the basketball court and then our relationship kind of grew… ended up evolving into the business relationship that we have today. […]

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 […]