Blogs at Gustavus

2016 Women’s Soccer Preview

The Gustavus Adolphus women’s soccer team begins its 2016 campaign at 4 p.m. Thursday as the Gusties hit the road for Lincoln, Neb. to take on Nebraska Wesleyan University.

2016 Football Season Preview

The 2016 Gustavus football campaign marks a monumental milestone in the program’s history as the Gusties celebrate their 100th season of football. This season’s offense will create a new identity with the loss of record-setting quarterback Mitch Hendricks and All-American receiver Matthew Boyce, while the defense is restructured to cater to its strengths. After three consecutive winnings seasons, expectations are high for the Gusties in 2016.

What I Did This Summer: First-Year Research Experience

Four First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) students explain their summer projects in their own words.

Library Hours for Labor Day Weekend

Friday, Sept. 2: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm; Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 3 & 4:  Closed.  Monday, Sept. 5: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm.

Website Template Changes

Today we’re launching some noticeable changes to the Gustavus website template. These updates were made to alleviate some issues that we noticed last year following the implementation of the new design. Primarily, these changes alter the look and functionality of the header and footer, so we’ll provide a brief explanation of each change below. Audience […]

Gustavus Ranks 11th In Division III CoSIDA Academic All-Americans

Gustavus Adolphus College has a rich history of athletic accomplishments. Gustie teams have gone on to win 250 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) championships as a charter member of the league and have enjoyed success on the national stage as well. The triumphs on the playing field are certainly attributed to the physical abilities of the student-athletes, but what sets Gustavus apart from many other institutions is the hard work put in the classroom by its student-athletes.

What I Did This Summer: Hubert-Christian Ngabirano ’18

For six weeks, Ngabirano helped build and lead the inaugural Gustavus Academy for Faith, Science, and Ethics.

Why study Statistics?

Watch the video below for great information on why you should study statistics and check out http://thisisstatistics.org for more details.

For Faculty: you get an arXiv and YOU get an arXiv

Since 1991, physicists and fellow travelers have been sharing their research online through arXiv, originally hosted at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, now at Cornell. A bit later, economists began to share their work through RepEc. Much more recently, bioRxiv was launched at Cold Springs Harbor to host biology research. A site for social sciences […]

Lucie Holmgreen (Psychological Science)

Gustavus welcomes our new tenure-track colleague, Lucie Holmgreen. Lucie will join the Department of Psychological Science in January 2017. Holmgreen holds bachelor’s degree from the Ohio State University and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. from Marquette University. Her primary clinical and research specialties include: college sexual assault, sexual re-victimization and sexual aggression, posttraumatic stress […]


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