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Gustie of the Week: Kylie Lamberty

Asghar hopes to have a career that involves travel.

Senior Kylie Lamberty is on the cusp of graduation, and she has never been so excited about the future. Lamberty entered Gustavus in 2015 and has spent the last four years taking on leadership roles on the soccer field, in […]

Classical Studies: Changes for the better

The Gustavus Adolphus College faculty members are proudly and diligently working day by day to enrich and evolve their offering of majors and minors, from Physics to Communications Studies. These majors have been parts of the Gustavus Curriculum since the […]

Gustie of the Week: Nora Mohamed

One of the most genuine and sweet souls roaming the halls of the Campus Center is none other than sophomore, Norhan “Nora” Mohamed. She is from Bloomington, Minnesota, and currently studying Elementary Education as her major. Nora chose to be […]

Gustie of the Week: Stella Hadjiyanis

Touring Gustavus as a senior high school student from Edina, Minnesota, Sophomore Communication Studies Major Stella Hadjiyanis never expected to fall so hard. “My tour guide was an international student majoring in music education but had never done music before […]

Recap: 2019 Lunar New Year Festival

This spring, the Vietnamese Students Association (VSA) and the Chinese Culture Club (CCC) collaborated to organize the Lunar New Year Festival celebration, which came to a success on Friday, February 22nd, 2019. The celebration took place from 6 to 8 […]

Gustie of the Week: Brian Mayén Perez

Brian Mayén Perez is a Senior Political Science, Spanish, and Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies (LALACS) major at Gustavus. Originally coming to Gustavus to study physics, he soon changed his major to better fit his interests and passions. Aside […]

Gustie of the Week: Jamie Jennissen

Senior Jamie Jennissen has made quite an impact on the Gustavus campus, whether it be her dedication to the Gustavus and Social Justice Chamber choirs, organizing as a Study Buddies coordinator or excelling in her academics as part of both […]

Oh, the places you’ll go: J-Term 2019

Besides regular semesters, all students at Gustavus are required to pass two of the January Interim Experiences, usually referred to as the J-Terms. Lasting approximately four weeks, each J-Term provides professors and students an opportunity to immerse themselves in a […]

Gustie of the Week: Grace Tibben-Lembke

Grace Tibben-Lembke is a junior Environmental Studies major, who is also one of the Co-Chairs of this engaging student organization. She admires how Building Bridges fosters a community invested in advocacy with the motivation to work towards educating the public […]

Gustie of the Week: Daniella Habib

Daniella Habib is a senior Political Science major, with GWS and Peace Studies minors who is one of the Co-Captains of the 24th annual Building Bridges Conference. Because she was politically active in high school, it made sense she leaned […]