The Gustavian Weekly


Falling for the October Playlist

If you are a Spotify user, you are most likely familiar with its “Discover Weekly” playlist that is updated each Monday based on the songs you have been listening to. This feature is designed to give listeners a chance to […]

Seven Mile Creek Park welcomes Gusties

As fall semester sets in, getting off campus serves as a nice break from the chaotic stressors of college life. Seven Mile Creek Country Park is a beautiful 628 acre park located close to campus, just off Highway 169 between […]

How-to guide for a Homemade Halloween

Halloween is a time for celebration and a time for savings. Halloween marks the start of the fall and winter season of holidays and although popular seasons, this time of year can lead to unintended overspending, especially on overpriced Halloween […]

Gustie of the Week – Yurie Hong

Chances are, if you have not been taught by, worked with, or even met her, you have heard the name Yurie Hong around Gustavus. Yurie is described by those who know her well as a caring, ambitious, and energetic person. […]

Family Weekend invites loved ones to campus

This weekend, the annual Gustavus Family Weekend will happen on campus. Many Gusties are awaiting this event with ecstatic anticipation, others with nothing but dread; reuniting with family tends to elicit mixed reactions. Whether you’re stoked for the weekend festivities […]

Habitat for Humanity announces fall trip

Habitat for Humanity is an international organization with chapters all over the world, and we are very lucky to have one of our very own here at Gustavus. This organization provides affordable housing with “sweat equity”, Senior Kaitlyn Peroutka, Co-President […]

Gustavus hosts a capella group Six Appeal

Music has “a huge role in everyone’s lives. It connects us all,” choir member and Sophomore George Stein said. Music fans will be delighted to hear the musical stylings of the band Six Appeal when they perform during family weekend. […]

Gustie of the Week – Trina Rinke

Trina Rinke originally chose to attend Gustavus after visiting the college many times to watch her older siblings play sports. By the time it came to make her own college decision, there was no question. Trina had already fallen in […]

Managing Mindfulness and Stress on Campus

It’s no secret college can be stressful, however, when that stress becomes too much, Gustavus has options to help. Students in need of immediate help are encouraged to utilize the Counseling Center and the Learn to Live services online. Suffering […]

Fall-ing for Fun Fall Activities

Fall is the most wonderful time of year. Time for apple picking, Hocus Pocus watching, leaves falling and pumpkin everything. Even though it hasn’t exactly felt like fall lately with the heat advisory and weird summer weather, it is officially […]