Archive for May, 2012
Guy E. Mattson ’01, is an associate attorney at TSR Injury Law in Bloomington, MN and loves it!
Sculptor Greg Mueller, the Gustavus Sesquicentennial Sculptor, is one of 43 national artists whose works have been selected for the 2012 Mankato Public Art Tour. The piece is titled "Portal for the Agrarian" and is created from reclaimed agricultural salvage and cast iron. The 12-foot high sculpture is located just off of Veterans' Bridge on 2nd Street and Main.
Want to watch the 2012 Gustavus Commencement ceremony but don’t have 3 hours to spare? Here you can watch the entire day compressed down to just over 1 minute. This video was created from a series of images captured by the webcam which lives in the stadium press box and provides a view of the […]
There’s no way to sugar coat this. The web team is going to be severely understaffed starting in July. Personal circumstance has led me to search for, and take employment in Indiana. I have taken a job at Saint Mary’s College in South Bend, IN as the Assistant Director of Web Communications. The Gustavus community […]
Rides is a new look for the campus rideboard. The video below explains pretty much everything you need to know about it. You can also opt-in to receiving emails when users post to Rides by going to Rides preferences checking the box and clicking save. Feel free to leave feedback and comments below, or on youtube […]
It’s the first thing you see your freshman move in day and it’s the last image you see in the rear view mirror leaving campus after graduation. The Hill. It tugs at the heart strings of Gusties. These Gusties are getting their picture taken right at the bottom of the hill circa 1987.
Emily Kuenker ’10 recently accepted a position as a Youth Director at Glory of God Lutheran Church in Wheat Ridge, Colorado!
Congratulations, Class of 2012! We’ll miss you!
The summer of 2012 welcomes an addition to the summer programs schedule at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, as the Gustavus Summer Music Strings Institute opens its doors June 17 - 22 in the Schaefer Fine Arts Center. Information and registration for this 6-day, intensive string study institute, led by Dr. Justin Knoepfel and other members of the Gustavus Department of Music, is available online at www.gustavus.edu/camps/stringinstitute.
“The full meaning of your time here [at Gustavus] will only be revealed in the years ahead.” The Rev. Dennis Johnson, Baccalaureate Sermon, 1993 To re-live your time at Gustavus and discover photographs of the past and present of the college visit the Sesquicentennial Photo Gallery.