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Get Out to see Jordan Peele’s masterpiece

Get Out is the directorial debut for Jordan Peele of Key & Peele fame. Featuring rising talents such as Keith Stanfield, Allison Williams, and the main character Daniel Kaluuya, Get Out is not the film you’d expect to come out […]

Tales from Abroad – Anna Lund

When I went to Japan, I wanted to have various experiences and go to a new place every day. I also wanted to eat a variety of Japanese cuisine. I assumed that I would make friends, but I didn’t think […]

The Gustavus Dance Company soars to the skies

This weekend, the Gustavus Dance Company will be performing their concert titled, “Between Heaven and Earth.” This spring concert features dances that have been practiced throughout the whole year choreographed by professors, students, and guest choreographers. Featured choreographers include members […]

Gustie of the Week – Mara Klipfel

Mara Klipfel is a Senior, Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology double Major from Shakopee, Minnesota. As a transfer student, Mara was welcomed to campus by her new classmates, and was excited to start her journey as a Gustie. Aside from […]

“Team Miller” conducts Wind Concert

Nearly a month after Touring Week and their last home concert, the Gustavus Wind Orchestra will be performing alongside the Gustavus Wind Symphony from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. on March 11 in Bjorling Recital Hall. Conducting the upcoming concert are […]

Collateral Beauty? Try Collateral Damage

People often underestimate how important a trailer can be to a film’s success. It gives the audience their first taste of what to expect from an upcoming production, whether it’s showcasing thrilling new effects or big twists that a hero […]

PASO brings Africa Night back to life

Gustavus’s Pan-Afrikan Student Organization, also know as PASO, will be hosting Africa Night 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday, March 10 in Alumni Hall. This occasion has been an annual and signature event each spring for multiple years and is a time […]

Faculty Recital features original compositions

At 7:30 p.m. this Friday, March 3, in Bjorling Recital Hall, there will be three Gustavus faculty members who will be performing their original compositions. They will be joined by two additional musicians, Gary Peterson, a bassist, and Cory Healey […]

Warner Bros. returns to wizarding

After the conclusion of the highly successful Harry Potter films in 2011, the millions of fans of the world J.K. Rowling had crafted still wanted more out of their beloved franchise. Rowling, along with Warner Bros., gave the fans just […]

Gustie of the Week – Elizabeth Long

This year’s Building Bridges conference, “Uprooting Injustice: Fostering the Growth of Grassroots Movements” was put together by a group of individuals including this week’s Gustie of the Week and Co-Chair of Building Bridges, Elizabeth “Liza” Long. Junior political science and […]