The Gustavian Weekly

Category: Variety | The Gustavian Weekly

Preview: Dr. Gregory Aune’s “Song Go Ever On”

This weekend will be a bittersweet one for choir students, especially the individuals who have been invested in the Music Department ever since their first few years at Gustavus. On March 18th, Dr. Gregory Aune, Professor of Music and Conductor […]

Danish Author Dorthe Nors visits Gustavus

Danish author Dorthe Nors visited campus from Monday, May 6 to Friday, May 10, Gustavus Adolphus College welcomed its twenty-first Out of Scandinavia Artist-in-Residence— Established in 1989, the Out of Scandinavia Artist-in-Residence Program—the signatureoutreach program organized by the Department of […]

Gustie of the Week: Bill Naas

Senior Social Studies teaching major William “Bill” Naas has committed himself loyally to his fraternity, Kappa Sigma Chi. Naas is not only the president of the Kappas, but he has also gotten involved in other organizations on campus in his […]

Gustie of the Week: Abby Trouth

Science has always been Junior Biochemistry Major Abby Trouth’s first love. As both her mother and father teach chemistry and biology respectively, Trouth was always fascinated when her parents would bring home their latest papers to grade or their most […]

Spotlight on: Senior Studio Art Major Exhibition

The Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibition launches in the last month of every academic year, showcasing the work by senior studio art majors at Gustavus Adolphus College. A part of the studio art curriculum, this annual juried exhibition serves as […]

Tales from Abroad: Gustavian Weekly Edition

This semester, several staff members of the Gustavian Weekly are studyingabroad. We reached out to them this week to learn about why they chose to go abroad and what their experience has been like. Opinion Editor Patrick Meadows is currently […]

Gustie of the Week: Brianna Jol

In the future, Jol hopes to have a career where she can educate young people about climate change.

Junior Biology and Environmental Studies Double major and Geographic Information Systems Minor Brianna “Bri”Jol is an avid environmental sustainability advocate and active student on the Gustavus campus. Jol is involved in various organizations, including the Environmental Action Coalition, the Nobel […]

Gustie of the Week: Nathan Baring

Baring serves as a plaintiff in the landmark lawsuit Juliana vs. United States.

Nathan Baring is a first-year Political Science and Biology double major who is one of the twenty plaintiffs of Juliana vs. United States, a national youth climate lawsuit first filed in 2015. He and twenty other plaintiffs are represented by […]

Preview: Vocal Jazz Ensemble Showcase

This weekend, the Vocal Jazz Ensemble members will be showcasing and celebrating the work they have worked on since the beginning of the spring semester. The concert takes place at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 5 in Björling Recital Hall, […]

Gustie of the Week: Ehsan Ali Asghar

Asghar hopes to have a career that involves travel.

Senior Financial Economics major and student from Pakistan, Ehsan Ali Asghar, is a passionate, driven and multifaceted individual known for his involvement on the Gustavus campus. Asghar has taken leadership roles on the Gustavus campnumber of ways throughout his time […]