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Faculty achievements celebrated on Founder’s Day

While October 31 is considered by most to be a day filled with tricks and treats, for our Gustavus community, it is also a day of heritage, service and recognition. Commemorating the dedication of Old Main in 1876 and the […]

Gustie of the Week: Aaron Geringer

Geringer is described by his co-workers as humorous and generous.

This week’s Gustie of the Week is Gustavus’ Mental Health Therapist, Aaron Geringer. Geringer, originally from Wheatland, Wyoming, interned at Gustavus from Fall of 2016 to Spring of 2017 while in graduate school,  and eventually made his way back to […]

Gustie of the Week: Weston Lombard

Lombard attributes his strong work ethic to his involvement in baseball.

This week’s Gustie of the Week is Junior Weston Lombard, an Accounting major from Stillwater, MN and co-founder of School Shark LLC. School Shark is a business founded by Lombard and his baseball teammates, Juniors John Campisi and Christian Johnson, […]

Preview: J-Term 2020 Study Abroad Trips

Students spend January 2019 in Indonesia

This coming January, Gustavus students will disperse to locations all over the world through this year’s ten J-Term IEX programs. Gusties were eager to get involved in the 2020 J-Term experiences, according to Assistant Director of Study Away Programs Bryan […]

Gustie of the Week: Elisabeth Cherland

Cherland is originally from Saskatchewan, Canada.

Visiting Assistant Professor in Music, Dr. Elisabeth Cherland, has found herself more grounded in her roots since coming to Gustavus. “I’m really thrilled to be here in Minnesota and at a Lutheran institution,” Cherland said. Originally from Saskatchewan, Canada, Cherland […]

Catching up with the Speech and Debate Team

Previously a co-curricular organization, the Speech and Debate Team became a student-run organization in the fall of 2018. Since then, the group has witnessed tremendous growth in membership and multiple successful tournaments. It not only nurtures the art of public […]

Review: Mean Girls at the Orpheum

The marquee display for the “Mean Girls” play at the Orpheum Theater in downtown Minneapolis.

On Thursday, Oct. 10, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) sponsored an event where students were able to see the Mean Girls musical at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis. CAB co-Presidents Senior Emily Scroggins and Junior Aly Granholm planned and coordinated […]

Gustie of the Week: Tyra Banks

Banks is a member of the track and field team where she partici- pates in long-jump and sprinting events.

Junior Tyra Banks is a well-known student who has made a profound impact at Gustavus. “If you see [Banks] out and about, there’s a one hundred percent guarantee that she will be a light brightening other people’s day. Her ability […]

Interfaith programs foster acceptance on campus

Gustavus strives to be an interconnected and accepting community, and one of the ways this is accomplished is through the interfaith organizations on campus. Though the college is rooted deeply in its Lutheran history, there are resources for students of […]

Gustie of the Week: Sarah Hinderman

Senior Sarah Hinderman, an involved and friendly face on campus, is our Gustie of the Week. Hinderman is a Communication Studies major from Fairfax, Minnesota and has made an impact on campus. Hinderman is involved in many student organizations on […]