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Festival of St. Lucia highlights Sophomore women

The St. Lucia Court includes Sarah Barnes, Rachel Hain, Janet Jennings, Kendyl Landeck, Sharon Singh, and Lauren Swenson.

Gustavus celebrates the 74th annual Festival of St. Lucia on Thursday, Dec. 11 with six sophomore women who have been nominated and voted onto the court by their peers. The six women include Sarah Barnes, Rachel Hain, Janet Jennings, Kendyl […]

Barbara McAfee inspires students to live purposefully

McAfee encouraged students to reflect on their experiences and how they contribute to leadership in their lives.

Barbara McAfee held a workshop titled “Who You Gonna Be While You Do What You Do?” on Monday, Nov. 24 in Alumni Hall. She drew a small crowd of students and community members and encouraged them to consider the things […]

Campus organizations offer stress-relief during finals

As the last weeks of classes come to an end, students can feel the pressure of finals descending upon them. However, in the chaos and stress of all the final papers and exams, Gusties need not fear. Students can always […]

Christmas in Christ Chapel to be broadcast live

The theme of Christmas in Christ Chapel this year is “Tender Rose, Starry Night.”

For the 42nd time, the annual Christmas in Christ Chapel worship celebration will begin on Friday Dec. 5, 2014, and will continue until Sunday Dec. 7. As a tradition since 1973, Christmas in Christ Chapel is a time for the […]

International Festival provides global experience

A small corner of campus will be host to a wide variety of global perspectives, as the International Cultures Club will sponsore the annual International Festival on Saturday, Nov. 22, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in Alumni Hall. The event […]

Gustie appears on “Family Feud”

Daniel Felton and his family on “Family Feud,” eager to answer more questions and keep going to the next round.

On Wednesday, Nov. 12,  Senior Music Major Daniel Felton appeared with his family on “Family Feud,” a popular American game show where families compete against one another in a contest. When the Felton family made their appearance on the CW, […]

Lindsay Rothschiller presents Carbon Lock-in findings

Lindsay Rothschiller’s host family came to Gustavus to help her give the Carbon Lock-in findings lecture and to visit the school.

Lindsay Rothschiller received one of the first Wallenberg Scholarships in order to study the Carbon Lock-in phenomenon in Sweden. Last Wednesday, Nov. 12 Rothschiller presented her findings to Gustavus with her host family by her side. Rothschiller, a Physics and […]

‘Evolution of Rape’ panel previews Building Bridges

Students gathered to listen to speakers present at the Building Bridges preview of its spring conference. The topic of the preview was “The Evolution of Rape.”

Building Bridges hosted a successful preview for its conference called, “The Evolution of Rape,” that took place last Wednesday. Five professors and faculty members spoke and participated in a panel regarding this topic. The five members of the panel were […]

Homelessness sleep out promotes awareness

A group of students participated in the annual Sleep Out in order to promote homlessness awareness around campus.

The students from the FTS: Politics of Homelessness class took part in the annual Sleep Out Nov. 16 – 19. While there were similar experiences hosted on campus before, the official Sleep Out in connection with this class first occurred […]

Mental Health and Wellness fair promotes awareness

The Psychology Department and a number of students are putting on their third annual Mental Health Wellness Fair Tuesday, Nov. 18 at the St. Peter Community Center from 6-8 p.m. “We want the community to realize that many people experience […]