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Tri-Sigma encourages students to get moving: Sorority hosts annual Zumbathon to raise money for the ‘March of Dimes’

Greek life is known for their philanthropy events that aid various sorts of organizations. The most recent Greek event is Tri-Sigma’s annual Zumbathon. The Zumbathon is being hosted on Sunday, Nov. 13 in the Lund Aerobics room. The money raised […]

Students found new language club: Gusties collaborate with Culpepper to provide students with opportunity to explore the world of sign language

For many, sign language is something one was taught in first grade for a day and something that piques one’s interest when it is mentioned, but no actions are typically taken after. Many often gloss over it when talking about […]

Students join protest at Standing Rock

For many Gustavus students, Fall Break was a time for relaxation, catching up on laundry, spending time with family, and eating home cooked meals. However, for eight Gustavus students, they used the break to make a difference. Seniors Sam Keillor, […]

The Diversity Leadership Council lose big member: Gustavus College Republicans decide to leave the DLC implying that their opinions have been disregarded

As the Gustavus Community, is often satisfied knowing that their opinions are heard. They feel assured that their freedom of thought is being protected and that they have the ability to be a part of groups that will listen to […]

Bring on the Ballot Bowl: Minnesota’s Secretary of State asks colleges to participate in voter pre-registration contest

Try as one might there is no escaping this election season. Every media outlet one frequents tends to have at least one article a day covering one of the infamous candidates for the presidency. Even if one turns on the […]

Correction from issue 5

The Gustavian Weekly acknowledges and apologizes for a misrepresentation of the Chaplain’s office views in last weeks front page article ‘Faculty conclude vote in favor of commencement changes’. The Chaplain’s office maintains that commencement should be held on Sunday. The […]

Habitat for Humanity organizes fall trip to Aurora

While attending class is vital to one’s education, it is important to note that students can make a significant difference by venturing outside the classroom. That is exactly what Habitat for Humanity prepares to do for their upcoming service trip […]

Gusties take a stand: NoDAPL movement gains more support on campus

Standing Rock. A new civil rights movement where environmental and human rights have met. The Dakota Access Pipeline Project is a pipeline that will stretch 1,172 miles from North Dakota to Illinois. It will pump an estimated 470,000 to 570,000 […]

Anti-hazing efforts take on new forms: Individuals from various parts of the campus community advocates against hazing

Anti-hazing efforts have sprung from several outlets on campus this year. The Campus Activities office put forth regular efforts to educate the student body, including tabling outside the Evelyn Young Dinning Center handing out various items such as buttons, stickers, […]

Gustavus library finalizes plans for gender-neutral bathrooms

Gender neutral public restrooms is a hot-button issue in domestic policy nation wide. Across the United States of America, public and private institutions have debated the morality and human right of providing gender neutral bathrooms to the public. This fall, […]