Vaccine Summary (4/9/2021)

Minnesota Vaccination Numbers As of April 5, 2021: Statewide People with at least one vaccine dose: 1,871,867 People with completed vaccine series: 1,218,492 Percent of state population 16+ with at least one dose: 42% Nicollet County People with at least one vaccine dose: 12,511 People with completed vaccine series: 8,063 This data comes from the Minnesota Department of Health’s “Vaccine Data” website, which is updated … Continue reading Vaccine Summary (4/9/2021)

Vaccine Update: Gustavus starts vaccine rollout

Freya Nelson – Staff Writer According to Minneapolis WCCO, over 25 percent of Minnesotans are fully vaccinated, with more than 40 percent of Minnesotans having already received at least one dose of a vaccine. In a race towards achieving herd immunity, Governor Tim Walz recently released the new vaccine qualifications; which include all Minnesotans 16 years of age and older. A campus-wide email was distributed last … Continue reading Vaccine Update: Gustavus starts vaccine rollout

Crustavus ignores the red flags (three to be exact)

Carter Brown – News Writer On Apr. 1, it has been informed to the Weekly that, at the start of the next school year, the popular “Three Crowns” curriculum will be renamed to “Six Flags”, after the six continents that humans currently inhabit. The change is meant to be more inclusive and indicative of a focus on understanding different worldviews no matter what part of the … Continue reading Crustavus ignores the red flags (three to be exact)

Best of Crampus Soofety Repoot

Epic COVID-19 gamer moment: On Sunday, September 27, 2020, at 0116 hours, campus safety responded to a noise violation in Norelius Hall. Four students violated the college covid-19 policy, 1 student had consumed alcohol and had possession of alcohol, 3 non-GAC students were also present. The 4 students referred to the campus conduct system, the 3 non-students were asked to leave campus. Wet Hot Gustavus … Continue reading Best of Crampus Soofety Repoot

CARB reveals spring concert headliner: Lagarfljøt

Ben Wick – Assistant Editor-in-Beef The Crampus Activities and Recreation Board (CARB) has announced that this year’s Spring Concert will be played by Icelandic pop-rock-alt-indie-folk band Lagarfløt. Opening the show will be none other than Cher, as part of her 14th Farewell/Reunion World Tour. The response from the Crustie community has been rather lukewarm, as CARB seems to have chosen a completely different band over the … Continue reading CARB reveals spring concert headliner: Lagarfljøt

Support and solidarity for Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander Gusties

Freya Nelson – Staff Writer On March 18, the Office of Chaplains held space in the Chapel for a silent candle lighting vigil event for students, faculty, staff and community members. Attendees were provided with a space to light candles, be together in silence and support one another in the memory of the recent Atlanta shooting victims: a tragedy in which Asian women were violently targeted. … Continue reading Support and solidarity for Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander Gusties

Campus Safety Report (3/26/2021)

Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Campus Safety was contacted for a welfare check in Sorenson Hall. Campus Safety observed a policy violation in Southwest Hall. Thursday, March 18, 2021 No Incidents reported Friday, March 19, 2021 No Incidents reported Saturday, March 20, 2021 Campus Safety responded to a welfare check in Norelius Hall. Sunday, March 21, 2021 Campus Safety responded to an alcohol violation in Norelius … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (3/26/2021)

COVID-19 Report (3/26/2021)

Gustavus On-Campus Update As of March 22, 2021: Total Positive Cases (since August 15, 2020): 270 Current Positive Student Cases: 6 Current Positive Employee Cases: 0 Total Students in Isolation/Quarantine: 13 Students in Isolation/Quarantine On Campus: 9 Employees in Isolation/Quarantine: 0 This data set is meant to encompass the on-campus impact of COVID-19 by counting cases where a person may have been on campus while … Continue reading COVID-19 Report (3/26/2021)

Iowa and Wisconsin Vaccine Update (3/26/2021)

Emily VanGorder – Staff Writer The office of Health Services at the University of Wisconsin- Madison and other UW universites has put out a plan to vaccinate all students, faculty, and staff by May 1. Beginning on March 22, Health Services will offer vaccinations to a select group of students, including those who provide patient care, have direct contact with COVID specimens, work in childcare or janitorial … Continue reading Iowa and Wisconsin Vaccine Update (3/26/2021)