Blogs at Gustavus

Kari Clark ’91

Gusties pals from the class of 1991 traveled together to Vietnam in January 2016. Pictured are Amy Millette Close, Alyssa Bruns Hammar, Susan Johnson Nelson, Kari Clark, Abby Close, and Olivia Hammar in restored Russian and American jeeps from the Vietnam / American war at H?i Vân Pass near Da Nang, Vietnam with the village of L?ng Cô.

Daniel Ly ’15

Daniel Ly ’15 is doing biomedical research at the Lillehei Heart Institute at the University of Minnesota.

Track & Field Teams To Compete At Ted Nelson Classic Saturday

The Gustavus track and field teams are set to participate in the Ted Nelson Classic, hosted by the Minnesota State University, Mankato, on Saturday at the Myers Fieldhouse. Participating teams include Augustana, Carleton, Concordia, Gustavus, Iowa Central, Mary, Minnesota State, Minot State, Sioux Falls, South Dakota State, Southwest State, St. Cloud State, St. Olaf and UW-La Crosse. Field events begin at 11 a.m. and track events begin at 11:30 a.m.

Women’s Hockey Takes On Saint Mary’s This Weekend

The Gustavus Adolphus College women’s hockey team takes on Saint Mary’s University this weekend in a home-away series. The Gusties travel to Winona, Minn. on Friday, Feb. 5 for a 7 p.m. game at Saint Mary’s Ice Arena, and return home to Don Roberts Ice Rink on Saturday, Feb. 6 for a 2 p.m. game at Don Roberts Ice Rink. Gustavus enters the series with a 7-8-4 overall record and 6-3-3 mark in the MIAC, while Saint Mary’s comes into the series at 6-10-3 overall and 5-5-2 in the league.

Men’s Hockey Set For Key MIAC Series Against Saint Mary’s This Weekend

The Gustavus Adolphus College men’s hockey team is set for an extremely important MIAC series against Saint Mary's University this weekend. The Gusties enter the series with a 4-11-4 overall record and 3-5-2 mark (11 points) in the MIAC, while the Cardinals are 8-11-2 overall and 5-6-1 (16 points) in the league. A Gustavus series sweep would move the Gusties one point ahead of the Cardinals, and at the very least, into sixth place. By adding an Augsburg sweep over Hamline (15 points), Gustavus would then move into fifth place, and the final playoff spot, with two weekends remaining in the regular season.

Back to Greece

Written by Kris Reiser February first, we arrived at Anatolia College after a luxurious 10am departure from our hotel. (there were series of 5;30 AM wake up calls in the days before) The word Anatolia refers to sunrises, the direction east, and a region of Turkey. The college we were visiting was on a hill […]

Swimming & Diving Teams Round Out Regular Season At Minnesota Challenge This Weekend

The Gustavus men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams are set to compete in their last meet of the regular season Friday and Saturday at the Minnesota Challenge, hosted by the University of Minnesota at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center. The meet begins at 6 p.m. Friday and resumes at 12 p.m. Saturday.

Science Connect Speakers at Fair

Below is the anticipated list of alumni participants for the two Science Connect round tables. Please encourage your students to attend these events! Wednesday, February 17th Minneapolis Convention Center, Room M100J (Mezzanine level).   8:30am: Healthcare/Clinical Chad Thomas – Territory Sales Manager @ Salter Labs Jennifer Getter – Client Operations Manager @ St. Paul Radiology Alexia Hansen […]

Adam Caulfield ’07

Gustavus alumni Adam Caulfield ’07 (left) and Tom Grys ’00 (right) pose at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. As part of a clinical microbiology fellowship at Mayo Clinic – Rochester, Adam spent one month working with Tom who directs the microbiology laboratory in Arizona.

Women’s Basketball Comeback Effort Falls Short, Defeated 75-67 By No. 11 St. Thomas

The Gustavus Adolphus College women’s basketball team was defeated 75-67 by the University St. Thomas on Wednesday at Gus Young Court. The No. 11 Tommies held the lead for the entirety of the game, but the Gusties fought hard to bring their 12-point deficit to one in the final quarter. However, a 14-7 Tommie run in the final 3:25 along with key free-throw shooting widened their advantage to 13 with 16 seconds to play, and the Gusties eventually suffered the eight-point defeat.