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Swedish Royal Treasurer Jan Lindman visits Gustavus

It isn’t every day that you meet a gentleman whose business card says he’s Keeper of the Privy Purse. When you learn that he is the treasurer to the King of Sweden, you know you’re in special company. In this […]

Nobel Conference aims to answer scientific questions: 53rd annual Nobel Conference meant to focus on reproductive technology

This year, Gustavus will be hosting the 53 Nobel Conference, with this year’s theme focusing on reproductive technology. On October 3 and 4, seven presenters and professors will come to Gustavus from all different backgrounds to talk about their studies […]

Science department hosts Fall Research Symposium

A number of students conducted scientific research over this past summer, and had the opportunity to present their work last week, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 15 in the Nobel Hall of Science for the Science […]

Campus-wide response to DACA decision: Individuals comment on Trump’s crackdown on DACA recipients

The administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in early September has created a worldwide controversy.  The administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in early September has created a worldwide […]

Student Senate opens year with fall election: Widespread vacancies cause Senate to host this year’s election earlier

The Student Senate elections came up on the Gustavus community rather quickly at the start of each school year, with applications due from prospective student representatives on the first Monday after move-in. This left a short ten days between classes […]

Students explore clubs at Involvement Fair: Several student organizations were present at this year’s fair sharing their goals for the wider Gustavus community

One of the ways in which Gustavus tries to get students to become involved around campus is through the Involvement Fair,  a campus wide event where all campus and student organizations are given a chance to table, or advocate for […]

Half the Animal lights up the night

As the first week of classes came to a close, Gustavus students awaited the first outdoor concert of the year: Half the Animal. The band’s first and only EP, ‘SHAPES’, introduced them to the campus as an alternative pop rock […]

Digital humanities lab added to Confer Hall

Gustavus is home to many state-of-the-art facilities. New buildings seem to pop up every year—each newer and full of more gadgets. Gustavus is home to many state-of-the-art facilities. New buildings seem to pop up every year—each newer and full of […]

Diversity center introduces new members: Janet Jennings and Tom Flunker look to provide leadership, help and counseling to students from all walks of life

This year, Gustavus is proud to welcome Janet Jennings as the new Assistant Director of the Diversity Center.This year, Gustavus is proud to welcome Janet Jennings as the new Assistant Director of the Diversity Center. Jennings, a Gustavus alumnus who […]

Class of 2021 moves up the hill

In the summer leading up to a student’s first year at college, there are various emotions a student could be feeling. Some are ecstatic that they are moving away from their parents and creating a life that is their own, […]