Finals fright – how to lessen the tension and relax

Houston McLaury – Opinion Columnist With the end of the year coming to a close at hand and finals just around the corner, the campus is abuzz with anxiety, stress, and tension. From ConVick to Beck Hall, the entire campus is alight with students setting their brains to the grindstone in preparation for this rough and final few days of classes. And while studying is … Continue reading Finals fright – how to lessen the tension and relax

An exciting new venture for two Gusties

Michaela Woodward – Staff Writer St. Peter’s brewery drought is shortly coming to an end, thanks to two Gustavus seniors.  Luke Dragseth and Eric Johnson will be opening Paddlefish Brewing Company later this year, once renovations are finished and the beer starts brewing.  While the St. Peter community is at the core of the business, the name also has some interesting ties to St. Peter.  … Continue reading An exciting new venture for two Gusties

Midnight Express celebrates the end of the school year

Elliot Steeves – Staff Writer The Campus Activities Board held the annual Midnight Express blowout to round out the 2022-2023 school year at Gustavus Adolphus College. The appeal of Midnight Express is very simple. It is a time when things happen that do not normally happen in Evelyn Young dining hall. It is also a time when students get to gather en masse and see … Continue reading Midnight Express celebrates the end of the school year

Gustie tennis upsets Chicago

Nyden “Best of Luck” Hill – Staff Writer This past weekend, on Sunday, May 7, the Gustavus men’s tennis team hosted the NCAA regional third round of the NCAA outdoor championships. This third round match was critical for the Gusties to keep the momentum of their national championship dreams alive, as a win would send them onto the NCAA quarterfinals in Orlando.  However, the Gusties … Continue reading Gustie tennis upsets Chicago

Splashing outside of the pool

Kieran Ripkan – Staff Writer The Gustavus Men’s Swim & Dive team is nearly three months removed from winning their fourth straight MIAC Swimming & Diving Championship and some of the team’s athletes have already started training for next season. However, with a demanding schedule spanning from the end of September through February, burnout from swimming out of season can be common. To effectively train … Continue reading Splashing outside of the pool

Writers on strike!

David Eide – Opinion Columnist If you like to follow Film and Television news as I sometimes do, you’ve probably heard about the writer’s strike that is still ongoing as of the writing of this column. This strike is incredibly important, and it has affected the productions of some of the most popular TV shows currently airing such as the fifth and final season of … Continue reading Writers on strike!