Mahkato Wacipi powwow returns for 50th celebration

Leah Thompson – Staff Writer More than 50 Gustavus students and faculty attended the 50th Annual Mahkato Wacipi on Friday, Sept 16 at Dakota Wokiksuye Makoce (Land of Memories Park) in Mankato. Tickets and busing were provided by Gustavus for the first day of the Wacipi. However, the ticket, which was a button, was good for the entire weekend if students wanted to return on … Continue reading Mahkato Wacipi powwow returns for 50th celebration

Protégé Power: A Roadmap to Mentorship

Mel Pardock – Copy Editor and News Writer Gustavus Women in Leadership is an organization on campus that, (according to their website) “inspires all women to advocate for themselves, live purposefully and create opportunities for future generations.” This year they are presenting a new speaker series entitled “Leverage your Resources”. The first installment of this series is “Protégé Power: A Roadmap to Mentorship,” which will … Continue reading Protégé Power: A Roadmap to Mentorship

Lund Center stirs up an active conversation

Colin Maewurm – News Writer As one semester ends, another one begins. With the opening of the new Lund Center wing, some new policies followed suit. Lund Center is home to most of the indoor exercise facilities. This includes the basketball courts, ice rink, swimming pool, weight room, cardio area, along with multiple rooms that people can reserve for activities. While all students and faculty … Continue reading Lund Center stirs up an active conversation

Involvement fair returns to campus

Mel Pardock – Staff Writer With the first week of classes drawing to a close, Gusties all across campus are gearing up for the 2022 Involvement Fair. The fair provides students to advertise their orgs and showcase their values, their goals, and what they do around campus to their peers. It also provides those not in orgs or those looking to get even further involved … Continue reading Involvement fair returns to campus

“Teachers Talk” about mental health for Nobel

Leah Thompson – Staff Writer The Nobel Conference is returning to Gustavus for Nobel Conference 58: Mental Health (In)Equity and Young People. This year’s conference starts on Wednesday, September 28, and continues through Thursday, September 29 at the Lund Arena. Tickets are available to students free of charge and can be purchased at the student’s earliest convenience. If a student is unable to attend, the … Continue reading “Teachers Talk” about mental health for Nobel

Campus Safety Report (5/13/22)

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 On Wednesday, May 4, 2022, Campus Safety took a report from a faculty member about a missing picnic table. Thursday, May 5, 2022 On Sunday, May 1, 2022, Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at the Evelyn Young Dining Room. Friday, May 6, 2022 On Friday, May 6, 2022, Campus Safety took a report of vandalism done to the Swanson … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (5/13/22)

Weekly staff says goodbye to another year

The Weekly Staff – With Love <3 As we near the end of the year and the cherry blossoms are just beginning to bloom, campus is abuzz with events and final assignments. And although COVID cases are on the rise, this spring concludes one of the first more “normal” years that Gustavus has seen since the beginning of the pandemic. Many departments, student organizations, and offices … Continue reading Weekly staff says goodbye to another year

Campus Safety Report (5/6/22)

Sunday, May 1, 2022 On Sunday, May 1, 2022, Campus Safety responded to a vehicle fire on South Ring Road. Sunday, May 1, 2022 On Sunday, May 1, 2022, Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in College View. Tuesday, May 3, 2022 On Tuesday, May 4, 2022, Campus Safety observed a suspicious vehicle moving from different locations and parking on college grounds. Tuesday, May … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (5/6/22)

Lund Center returns with soft open

Kendra Smaby – Staff Writer The Lund center expansion has been anticipated for years, being sold as a major selling point by coaches throughout athletics as a tool to gain new recruits. The illustrations excited the imagination with the promise of what was to come. But the past two years, living with Lund as a construction zone has been difficult. There have been a multitude of … Continue reading Lund Center returns with soft open