The Gustavian Weekly


Hillstrom displays contemporary photography

The exhibit will be open for viewing until April 19.

The Hillstrom Museum of Art proudly presents Imagined Worlds, Large and Small: the Photographs of Sarah Hobbs and Lori Nix. The exhibit opened Feb. 16 and will be open through April 19. The exhibit features 18 photographs by Hobbs and […]

Senior music and art students showcase talents

Spring semester is here and for most students at Gustavus that means thinking about homework, hoping the weather gets nicer, and thinking about their plans for next fall. For senior Music and Art majors, spring means preparing for their final […]

Horrible Bosses sequel has good cast, bad bosses


2011’s Horrible Bosses was a surprise hit with both the critics and the audience, which is rare for the genre. Three men who have horribly flawed bosses decide to solve their problems by planning to murder each other’s bosses. The […]

GUSTIE of the WEEK: Donte Curtis

Donte is a BU coach, a Gustie Guide, and a peer educator in the Diversity Center.

As a senior, Donte Curtis often reflects on his senior year in high school and his college application process. After being met with the same enthusiasm and hospitality that he now shares with others in the community, Donte believes that […]

Student-created play addresses mental illness

The student led play, ctrl presents a visual representation of what happens internally to a person with some form of mental illness. Beginning the initial conception nearly a year ago, the one act play, opening this weekend, was created by […]

Tales from Abroad (2/27/15)

In the city of Guanajuata, Ashley is immersed in the Spanish language and the culture of Mexico.

Tales from Abroad is an ongoing section in which Gustavus students share the highlights of their study abroad experiences. Hey everyone! My name is Ashley Eickhoff and I’m a Junior Spanish major with a LALACS minor, and am currently studying abroad […]

Disney brings Marvel heroes to life

Of the six heroes that appear in Big Hero 6, Baymax steals the show.

When Disney bought the rights to Marvel comics in 2009, the general public did not know what to expect for the future of the famous heroes that have been adored for decades. Would they all be animated movies aimed for […]

GUSTIE of the WEEK: Lesley Darling

Friends describe Lesley as humble, smart, contemplative, and inspired.

Senior Lesley Darling describes herself as “not the typical overly involved Gustie.” If you asked her for a list of the organizations she’s involved in on campus, this may seem accurate. However, if you dig a little deeper than the […]

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

This movie is no ordinary romance with its intriguing development history, it is actually two different movies combined into one. Ned Benson’s directorial debut focused on the two lovers in their own films, titled Him and Her (not to be […]

Second Hispanic Film Festival held at Gustavus

Films will be screened every Monday nights at 7 p.m. in Wallenberg Autitorium until March 23.

Gustavus Adolphus College provides students and community members with opportunities to view different cultures through a variety of mediums. The College is currently hosting its second Hispanic Film Festival during six weeks of February and March. The festival is free […]