The Gustavian Weekly

Gustie of the Week

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 […]

Gustie of the Week – Jordan Lovestrand

Many Gusties study abroad at least once in their Gustavus career. How many can say they traveled to Israel and studied dance for a year? Jordan Lovestrand from Bloomington, Minnesota was able to study at the Rothberg International School and […]

Gustie of the Week – Katherine Aney

Before she became a double major in mathematics and biochemistry, junior Katherine Aney of Rochester, Minnesota had no idea how big of a role science would play in her life. But all of that changed when she talked to a […]

Gustie of the Week – Jordan Wiest

If you have ever had the pleasure of meeting Jordan Wiest, you know his big bright smile, deep laugh, and giant bear hugs. Originally from the small town of Rush River, Minnesota,  just 15 miles from Saint Peter, Jordan Wiest […]

Gustie of the Week – Laura Isdahl

Senior English major Laura Isdahl showcases how much potential students have within the Gustavus community. From her involvement with numerous extracurricular activities to co-creating a publishing class and resulting website, Laura has had no shortage of accomplishments on campus. Laura […]

Gustie of the Week – Henry Adebisi

Junior computer science and political science double major Henry Adebisi from White Bear Lake, Minnesota is ready to end his third year at Gustavus on a high note. Henry is a part of Chapel Choir, PASO, Student Senate, and the […]

Gustie of the Week – Mara Klipfel

Mara Klipfel is a Senior, Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology double Major from Shakopee, Minnesota. As a transfer student, Mara was welcomed to campus by her new classmates, and was excited to start her journey as a Gustie. Aside from […]

Gustie of the Week – Elizabeth Long

This year’s Building Bridges conference, “Uprooting Injustice: Fostering the Growth of Grassroots Movements” was put together by a group of individuals including this week’s Gustie of the Week and Co-Chair of Building Bridges, Elizabeth “Liza” Long. Junior political science and […]

Gustie of the Week – Henry Elling

Life can offer countless opportunities for everyone to pursue their passions. Occasionally, it even offers signs to point people in the right direction. For Senior music major Henry Elling, all of his signs pointed towards Gustavus Adolphus College. Music has […]

Gustie of the Week – Emma Myhre

Emma Myhre is a sophomore at Gustavus. She’s the smiling face you see in the Courtyard Café and the person who talks to everyone she sees. For Emma, every new face is a new friend she has yet to meet. […]