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Gustie of the Week: Carly Miller

One of the most well-rounded and intelligent young women apart of the Gustavus community is Carly Miller. She is a junior Biochemistry major and Spanish minor from Brainerd, Minnesota. The reason why she chose to come here was because she […]

Gustie of the Week: Alexis Sienczak

Alexis Sienczak is a senior Geography and Biology double major. Besides being heavily involved on campus in a large number of organizations, Sienczak organized the Minnesota River Biosphere conference.  This conference, which took place on Nov. 14, is part of […]

Gustie of the Weekly: Meghan Gallagher

Meghan Gallagher is a cheerful and well-rounded senior in the class of 2019 who is double majoring in Spanish and LALACS.  She appreciates how these two areas of study really worked well together, and how language can be used to […]

Tales from abroad: Josie Schieffert

Schieffert’s time abroad has been filled with adventure, fun, and self-discovery.

Junior Communications Studies Major Josie Schieffert is packing her bags and getting ready to say “hooroo,” or goodbye, to her Australian adventures. Having begun her study abroad experience this summer, when many other Gusties were celebrating the 4th of July, […]

Spotlight on: Measure by Measure

This week, the Gustavus Theatre and Dance department will be bringing to life William Shakespeare’s famous play, Measure for Measure. The play deals with themes like coercion, corruption, and sexual violence. The show follows the character of Isabella, a nun […]

Gustie of the Week: Bethel Seyoum

Seyoum spent the summer of 2018 studying abroad in London.

Senior Financial Economics Major Bethel Seyoum is enjoying her third consecutive year as the Co-President/Class Officer for Class of 2019. She is also involved in the Gustavus Student Senate, the Interfaith Leadership Council, the International and Cultural Education Center, the […]

Gustie of the Week: Richard Leitch

Leitch wants his students to learn to think critically and logically.

During their four years at Gustavus, many students are fortunate to take a class with engaging professors who are highly passionate in the fields they are experts in. Aside from classroom learning, they continue unlocking their curiosity by pursuing internships […]

Rocking the house with Yam Haus

On November 9th, Gustavus Adolphus College will welcome the up and coming Minneapolis-based boy band Yam Haus to The Dive for a special student concert.  Yam Haus consists of four members: Lars Pruitt on vocals and guitar, Seth Blum on […]

Spotlight on: Radio Free Gustavus

Tune into Radio Free Gustavus on the KGSM website.

Gustavus students are able to express themselves through many different forms of art and communication. One of these forms is radio. Radio Free Gustavus is a student-run radio program that features a variety of shows tailored toward Gustavus students.  Each […]

Gustie of the Week: Ian Bachmayer

Fun fact: Bachmayer does not have his appendix.

An accomplished musican, world traveler, and International Business major, Senior Ian Bachmayer has made a name for himself at Gustavus as a true jack of all trades.  Originally from Roseville, Minnesota, Bachmayer graduated from St. Anthony Village High School, and […]