Greek life shakes up campus with recruitment

Elliot Steeves & Willa Brown- The Greek Life fraternity and sorority chapters at Gustavus Adolphus College have commenced their new recruitment cycle for the fall semester. This includes new membership for all three fraternities and all four sororities on campus. Here at Gustavus, we have two local sororities (Theta Xi Gamma and Delta Phi Omega), two national sororities (Sigma Sigma Sigma and Alpha Sigma Tau), … Continue reading Greek life shakes up campus with recruitment

GAC works to further DEIB on campus

Elliot Steeves- Gustavus Adolphus College has committed itself to a mission of fostering Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) on campus. “Gustavus believes its mission of preparing students for lives of leadership and service can only be realized through a campus culture of inclusion,” reads the Gustavus Website. Their long-standing commitment to furthering DEIB is also reflected in embracing and celebrating uniqueness. Gustavus’ commitment to … Continue reading GAC works to further DEIB on campus

Internship fairs back with more opportunities

Katie Samek- Career Development Services would like to announce not one but two events coming up for career-seeking students to attend! The first of these events is the Fall Recruiting Fair, a solution for students seeking employment with companies that may already have closed their applications by the time the long-running Recruitment Fair in the spring rolls around. The second event is the Career Expo, … Continue reading Internship fairs back with more opportunities

Bee-lieve it: Nobel is back

Grace LaTourelle– “Insects: Little Body, Big Difference” is the topic of the 59th annual Nobel Conference, taking place Oct. 3rd and 4th, 2023. Tuesday and Wednesday will cover the themes: ‘They’re Not Like Us’ and ‘We’d Be Nowhere Without Them’, respectively. To accompany the conference is the book, “Extraordinary Insects” by Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson. The conference is free to all Gustavus students and will have opportunities … Continue reading Bee-lieve it: Nobel is back

Fall Involvement Fair returns

As the first week of classes at Gustavus Adolphus College are underway, extracurricular activities, clubs, and Greek Life once again have come into the spotlight. For new and returning students alike, the Fall 2023 Involvement Fair is always one of the best ways to help occupy a student’s time while on campus. The Involvement Fair, which is to be held on Tuesday, Sept. 12th from … Continue reading Fall Involvement Fair returns

Weekly’s School Survival Guide

Welcome to the Gustie class of 2027! As you settle in and get acquainted with your dorm – and school life in general – we at the Gustavian Weekly (better known as simply The Weekly) would like to provide you with the “Weekly’s Declassified School Survival Guide.” This guide will cover some important topics, from how to navigate college classes all the way to popular … Continue reading Weekly’s School Survival Guide

Midnight Express celebrates the end of the school year

Elliot Steeves – Staff Writer The Campus Activities Board held the annual Midnight Express blowout to round out the 2022-2023 school year at Gustavus Adolphus College. The appeal of Midnight Express is very simple. It is a time when things happen that do not normally happen in Evelyn Young dining hall. It is also a time when students get to gather en masse and see … Continue reading Midnight Express celebrates the end of the school year

Senior Tailgate celebrates graduation & giving back

Andrew Clark – Staff Writer Last Wednesday night, May 10, the Gustavus Fund gathered all Seniors to participate in an end of the year celebration of the transition from students into alumni and giving back to the Gustavus community. The Senior Tailgate included food, fun, philanthropy, and celebrating the commitment and work that the class has put into the Gustavus community. This event is an … Continue reading Senior Tailgate celebrates graduation & giving back