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ENACTUS partners with Dining Services to run a trial campus delivery system

This past weekend, the Evelyn Young Dining Hall implemented the first Caf Delivery Service. This project has been in the works for two years and was designed to give “students… something that works and something that makes their lives easier… […]

Gusties are not without their snow days: Snow caused two campus closures and causes problems

As the snow began melting, water started pouring from the ceiling in the Uhler laundry room.

From snow storms to flooding, 2019 has already been packed with extreme weather patterns, as well as tough challenges for the Facilities Management team to conquer as a consequence of these conditions. The first situation that Gustavus facilities employees had […]

Gusties get a taste of the working world: Career treks expose students to post-college opportunities

Non-profit work was the topic explored on Friday March 18. The Career Specialist for Government and Social Services held a Career Trek event for students interested in non-profit work, one in a series of events held for students to explore […]

Campus Safety Report (3/15/19)

Monday, March 4 No incidents reported Tuesday, March 5 Campus Safety found the odor of marijuana in Rundstrom Hall, students were in possession of paraphernalia and narcotics, 3 students referred to the campus conduct system. Wednesday, March 6 Campus Safety […]

Campus offices support first-year skill-building: First ever exclusively first-year conference discusses leadership

Student leadership is a key part of Gustie identity. Gustavus is known for encouraging all students to take on leadership roles and is continually looking for ways to further this goal. For the first time in Gustavus history, a leadership […]

Student content creators publish literary magazine

Did you know we have a Gustavus literary magazine? Firethorne is a magazine that publishes student-created content and showcases student talent as well as creating a platform for voices to be heard. It allows for anyone and everyone in the […]

Weather cancels President’s Ball 2019

Gustavus students began the weekend with disappointment after finding out the President’s Ball was canceled due to weather. “Due to the inclement weather forecasted for this weekend, the Dean of Students Office and Campus Activities Office have decided to cancel  […]

24th annual Building Bridges conference addresses immigration in the land of opportunity

Julissa Arce is an author and immigration advocate, as well as a commentor and speaker. She was named one of People en Español’s 25 Most Powerful Women of 2017.

Gustavus hosted the 24th annual Building Bridges Conference on Saturday, March 2, 2019 focusing on this year’s theme of Immigration: Demolishing the Legacy of Bigotry in the Land of Opportunity. There were workshops and a keynote address from Julissa Arce, […]

Campus Safety Report (3/8/19)

Monday, February 25 Campus Safety detected the odor of marijuana while patrolling Rundstrom Hall.  Two students were referred to the Campus Conduct System. A student reported that his windshield wipers had been stolen off his car. Campus Safety preformed  a […]

PASO celebrates black culture with Africa Week

Next Monday marks the beginning of Africa Week, an annual event which serves to educate and celebrate Pan-Africanism and black culture. The week leading up to Africa Night is full of events and discussion, and culminates on Friday, March 15 […]