Be the Match

Andrew Clark – Staff Writer This past Monday, Be The Match tabled outside of the Cafeteria. This was in an effort to add Gustavus students to the Be The Match Registry. The Registry is a list of eligible donors to give blood stem cells to children suffering from blood cancer. This is to establish more opportunities for children to receive the life-saving transplants that they … Continue reading Be the Match

Gusties lobby for grant funding

Elliot Steeves – Staff Writer The Gustavus Day at the Capitol, hosted by the Minnesota Private College Council, gave students an opportunity to engage in congressional lobbying on behalf of need-based aid for students. From 9:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on March 14, the council trained students from both Gustavus Adolphus College, as well as several other private universities in advocacy and lobbying. They were … Continue reading Gusties lobby for grant funding

Gustie women make it three straight

Parker Burman – Staff Writer This past weekend, the Gustavus Women’s hockey team pulled off an impressive feat by securing their third straight MIAC Championship with a 4-2 victory over Augsburg. The win marks the Gusties’ eighth straight victory and their 24th of the season. Their victory Saturday also marked their MIAC-leading fourteenth Playoff Championship. Going into the game Gustavus and Augsburg had already faced … Continue reading Gustie women make it three straight

Basketball wraps up historic season

Nyden Hill – Staff Writer This past weekend, the Gustavus women’s basketball team traveled to UW-Whitewater to take part in the 2023 NCAA tournament. Entering the tournament, the Gusties were riding a kind of momentum that was beyond anything ever seen in program history. Aside from being ranked in the top-10 in NCAA DIII basketball, they claimed both the 2023 MIAC regular and postseason titles, … Continue reading Basketball wraps up historic season

Tennis picks up two wins

Emma Esteb – Staff Writer After an amazing sixth-place finish at the ITA Men’s Indoor Championships last weekend, the Gustavus men’s tennis team carried that momentum with them as they faced Hamline University and Luther College on Saturday, March 4. The Gusties swept the Hamline Pipers 9-0 and defeated the Luther Norse 8-1. These victories put the Gusties 10-4 overall and 4-0 in the MIAC. … Continue reading Tennis picks up two wins


David Eide – Opinion Columnist In the past couple of months, I’ve been trying to get out and see more movies in theaters and I think it’s really inspired a deeper appreciation and curiosity toward the art of filmmaking.  In turn, this interest has spun off to include things that directly tie into films, in particular, the Oscars.  If you’re unaware, the Oscars, or the … Continue reading Oscar-vations

Blinded by the headlights

Houston McLaury – Opinion Columnist The modern world brings a multitude of wonders into people’s lives thanks to the advantages of modern technology. Items from phones to microwaves have changed lives in drastic ways, some improving life, while others tend to hold people down. One of these inventions that holds us down is the LED headlight. This light, straight from the fiery furnace, has ruined … Continue reading Blinded by the headlights