Campus Safety Report (9/10/2021)

Friday, September 3, 2021 Campus Safety was notified of a Fire Alarm in Southwest hall. Campus Safety responded to a 911 medical assist in Southwest Hall. One student was transported to Rivers Edge by ambulance. Campus Safety responded to a 911 medical assist in Southwest Hall. One student was transported to Rivers Edge by ambulance. Saturday, September 4, 2021 Campus Safety responded to a medical … Continue reading Campus Safety Report (9/10/2021)

Student Sentate encourages use of loaner laptop programs

Carter Brown – Staff Writer Last spring semester the Gustavus Student Senate released a new initiative known as the “Laptop Loaner” program. This program, sponsored by the Student Senate, is a way that students can have access to technology on campus for their needs. This comes in light of the transitions most classes have been making to an online format as a response to Covid-19 and … Continue reading Student Sentate encourages use of loaner laptop programs

Gustavus Sustainability: Compost Bins

Emma Puftahl – Staff Writer This school year a compost bucket has been added to student dorm rooms. Working towards Gustavus’ sustainability goal of ninety percent of solid waste being properly recycled or composted by 2024, these compost bins help Gustavus work towards becoming a zero waste campus. Long in the works, this initiative is the culmination of many Gusties. This mini compost bin is no … Continue reading Gustavus Sustainability: Compost Bins

College dorm room essentials

Tori Smith – Opinion Columnist After the third or fourth year on a residential campus, Gustavus students become pretty familiar with dorm living. As a senior myself I would consider myself an expert. My three years of dorm experience have given me the opportunity to share with others who may be new to this type of living arrangement. One of the biggest challenge’s students face in … Continue reading College dorm room essentials

Hillstrom Museum Celebrates Swedish- American Artists

Emily VanGorder – Editor in Chief The Hillstrom Museum of Art is presenting “Art for All: The Swedish Experience in Mid-America”, a new exhibit presenting the works of Swedish-American artists. The exhibition will be available from September 13 to November 17. The exhibit was co-organized with the Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery in Lindsborg, Kansas which is associated with Bethany College. The exhibit features around 60 paintings, … Continue reading Hillstrom Museum Celebrates Swedish- American Artists

Art and Music Classes Return to In-Person Learning

Emily VanGorder – Editor in Chief Most art classes at Gustavus are once again being held in-person. Currently there is no social distancing requirement in effect on campus, though all students, faculty and staff are required to wear masks indoors until September 20. Contact tracing is still being used to identify and follow any COVID-19 cases on campus. Last year students had to sign up to … Continue reading Art and Music Classes Return to In-Person Learning

Football team puts up record-setting score

Autumn Zierman – Staff Writer The Gustavus Football team is back this fall with more vigor than ever. After missing last season, the team returns to the field with a strong 2019 record to build upon. Coming back from a 7-3 ending record in 2019 which ranked the Gustie Football team 4th in the MIAC and an average of 45 points per game, the team has … Continue reading Football team puts up record-setting score

Gustie’s Guide to First-year resources

Carter Brown – Staff Writer Welcome to campus incoming class of 2025. As you finish move-in and classes start, you will begin to explore all the buildings here at Gustavus Adolphus College. Those buildings offer a wide variety of resources for students to utilize during their college experience and support them. To begin, the Jackson Campus Center is where you can find things such as the … Continue reading Gustie’s Guide to First-year resources