The Gustavian Weekly


Chapel to host Friday Music Showcases

It is a Friday morning on the Gustavus campus. The chapel bells begin to chime out at 9:50 as they do every morning, but on Fridays things are different‒starting this year, chapel services at the end of the week focus […]

Gustie of the Week – Liz Toeben

One look at Senior Liz Toeben’s busy schedule may scare off the faint of heart, but for Toeben it is nothing short of normal; Liz thrives in her involvement with campus clubs and organizations. Toeben went to school in both […]

Hillstrom Museum Opens Fall Exhibit

While many people across the world have to pay occasionally expensive fees to get into art museums, Gustavus students have an advantage over the rest: free entrance to an exquisite museum, right here on campus. The Hillstrom Museum of Art, […]

The Gustie 20: Your New Playlist

As Gusties get back in the groove of the ‘college life’ why not have some jams to go along with it? Here are 20 songs that will either put you in the feels or have you dancing your way all […]

Frankenstein, Pennywise, and minions, oh my!

For those who might be wondering what movie opportunities Gustavus has to offer this fall, look no further! Plenty of new films from a variety of different genres will be hitting the big screen here on campus, all free of […]

Gustie of the Week – Charlie Barnhouse

Junior Charlie Barnhouse excels at representing what it means to be a Gustie. He is involved in many activities and organizations on campus and maintains a busy schedule. Barnhouse is from Princeton, MN and graduated from Cambridge High School. He […]

Gustie of the Week – TJ Zemlin

Senior TJ Zemlin originally chose Gustavus, after graduating from Eden Prairie High School, to study biology and chemistry. However, once on campus he decided to go a completely different route. Zemlin declared his major in music education. The catalyst for […]

The Galactic Guardians blast off again

The Guardians of the Galaxy from 2014 was a breath of fresh air for the superhero genre and showcased what the Marvel Cinematic Universe is capable of. Nobody would’ve thought that a movie starring a talking raccoon and a tree […]

Gustie of the Week – Brian Konkol

Four years ago Edward Snowden released thousands of documents about the National Security Agency’s monitoring of innocent American citizens in addition to countless world leaders. Four years ago President Jack Ohle announced his retirement from Gustavus and the search for […]

Tales from Abroad – Laura Isdahl

Last spring, instead of the flat prairie farmland of St. Peter, I was surrounded by mountains and a chilly ocean with swarms of penguins zooming by. I studied abroad in South Africa as part of a program called, “Multiculturalism and […]