GUSTIE of the WEEK: Malia Kabis

Emma Lohman – Staff Writer As soon as First-year Malia Kabis set foot on the Gustavus campus, it felt like home away from her home in Maple Grove, Minnesota. “When I toured Gustavus, it really just gave me a comforting feeling. I knew I didn’t want to go to a big school where I couldn’t really talk to my professors if I needed to… And [Gustavus] … Continue reading GUSTIE of the WEEK: Malia Kabis

Gustavus Ducks Unlimited hosts online auction

Mula Lay – Staff Writer Ducks Unlimited is a student-led extracurricular club that works with the non-profit organization at Gustavus that focuses on raising money for the conservation of wetlands for ducks and waterfowl. The club collects donations from local businesses in Saint Peter and surrounding areas to raise money. The club centralizes on one main event: the banquet. The banquet is student-run and the meals … Continue reading Gustavus Ducks Unlimited hosts online auction

Gustavus celebrates the beginning of spring with Holi celebration

Emily VanGorder  – Staff Writer Gustavus is holding a Holi celebration between 5 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 10 on the grounds between IC and Beck. The event is being hosted by Crossroads, International Center Hall Council and the Muslim Students Association (MSA). Holi is a traditional Hindu celebration that observes a number of religious and secular events, including the relationship between Hindi deities Radha … Continue reading Gustavus celebrates the beginning of spring with Holi celebration

GUSTIE of the WEEK: Aly Granholm

Michaela Woodward – Staff Writer Originally from Esko, Minnesota, Senior Communication Studies Major Aly Granholm always found that Gustavus was the best place for her. “I applied to five schools and I got into all five, but Gustavus was the only place that offered me a place to swim. I swam in high school and it was a big part of my life, and Gustavus was … Continue reading GUSTIE of the WEEK: Aly Granholm

CICE offers international, multilingual student tutoring

Samantha Raghu – Staff Writer As a means of ensuring the success of all students on campus, Gustavus offers a wide array of academic support programs to assist students through the challenges they face with writing, analyzing, and organization throughout the semester. One of the programs offered is the Multilingual and International Student Tutoring program led by Pamela Pearson, the Lead Coordinator of the program. Pearson … Continue reading CICE offers international, multilingual student tutoring

Do’s and Don’ts: How to Ace Your Interview

Emma Lohman – Staff Writer It’s almost the end of the school year, which means that many Gusties are busy applying for summer internships and full-time jobs. If you’ve landed an interview, congrats. It means that your résumé made it past the robots, otherwise known as the AI-driven Applicant Tracking System. Now all you have to do is stand out in the interview. I’ve compiled a … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts: How to Ace Your Interview

Gustie of the Week: Poot Lovato

Emily VanGorder – Staff Writer Junior Poot Lovato is Gustie of the Week, a title she says she is thrilled to receive. Lovato comes to Gustavus from Dallas, Texas, where her family moved to from Albuquerque, New Mexico, for her sister Demi’s acting career. She starred alongside her sister in a number of roles, including Camp Rock and Sonny With A Chance. However, she remains unknown … Continue reading Gustie of the Week: Poot Lovato

The Lyrical Cafe: emphasizing student voices and talent

Tori Smith – Staff Writer As college students living in a very turbulent time, many may feel as if their voices on campus aren’t heard. Whether they’re fighting to change the name of the Linnaeus Arboretum or speaking out against the larger injustices that seem to plague our world, there are a variety of voices and perspectives represented on campus. To give a platform to these … Continue reading The Lyrical Cafe: emphasizing student voices and talent

GUSTIE of the WEEK: Reidun Kubisa

Emma Lohman – Staff Writer Senior Psychology major Reidun Kubisa is this week’s Gustie of the Week. She shares this honor with last week’s Gusite of the Week, Senior Ingrid Kubisa, her sister. Kubisa was inspired to pursue a career where she could help people because of her father, who works with children who have been forced to join the military in her home country, the … Continue reading GUSTIE of the WEEK: Reidun Kubisa

The Day Course: Art course provokes perspectives

Mula Lay – Staff Writer The Day Course is a General Education course offered through the Art and Art History department and is taught by professor Kristen Lowe. The class encourages students to visualize themselves as artists and introduces them to contemporary artists, especially artists beyond the European tradition. This is a way to diversify perspectives in art and give students a chance to expand their … Continue reading The Day Course: Art course provokes perspectives