Blogs at Gustavus

S.4 E.2: “A Covenant with Death”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews preeminent historian of slavery and the law, and president of Gratz College, Paul Finkelman.

Fall Semester and Return to Campus Plans

President Bergman sent the message below to the Gustavus community on Thursday, September 17.

Megan Eide (’19) Publishes Article in Journal of Media and Religion

We are proud to announce that Megan Eide (’19), Religion major and recent graduate of Gustavus, has published her senior Religion thesis as an article in the Journal of Media and Religion, a peer-reviewed publication. Entitled “Religion in Children’s Visual Media: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Preschool Holiday Specials,” Ms. Eide’s article analyzes “depictions of […]

Constitution Day 2020

         Constitution Day is an American federal observance that commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787.  Many schools are required to teach about the Constitution on Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, which is observed nationally on September 17th. Feel free to stop by the library and visit our […]

Fan Voting: Gustavus Male and Female Athletes of the Decade 2010-19

The past decade has produced a wealth of exceptional Golden Gustie student-athletes and throughout the upcoming weeks, fans will have the opportunity to vote for the Gustavus Male and Female Athletes of the Decade for 2010-19.

S.4 E.1: A Vocation in Education

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Crystal Polski '04 of the Minneapolis Public School Disctrict.

Faculty Spotlight: Eric Dugdale

Eric Dugdale (Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies) co-authored with Adriana Brook and John Gruber-Miller “Careers for Classicists,” a career guide for classics majors published by the Society for Classical Studies, with online and print versions.

Monday Moments with President Bergman: September 14, 2020

As you think about community and justice, two of our core values at Gustavus, what comes to mind for you? For a question like this that is multi-layered and nuanced, I often turn first to our College’s mission, core values, and vision statement as a way to get grounded. In our description of our core […]

Gustavus Highly Ranked for Social Mobility, Teaching

The College is best in Minnesota for social mobility and second best in undergraduate teaching, according to the U.S. News and World Report.

Fall art exhibits to open online and in-person

While things look a little different this fall, three art exhibits are opening at Gustavus Adolphus College this week. Cancer Never Had Me: Views by Artists and Artists Who Had Cancer: Works from the Hillstrom and Shogren-Meyer Collections open September 14 in the Hillstrom Museum of Art. The Now and After, a science and science-fiction […]


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