Blogs at Gustavus


Rembrandt’s Jews (book recommendation by Eric Carlson)

Many times, authors or publishers will give a book about a very narrow topic a very general title in order to sell more copies.  This is an example of the opposite phenomenon.  Art historian Steven Nadler has written a marvelous book that is certainly about Rembrandt’s interactions with (including drawings and paintings of) Amsterdam’s Jews–but is also […]


Death of Terry “T.J.” Morrison

President Bergman wrote the following to the Gustavus faculty, students and staff: I am saddened to share the news that Terry Morrison, professor of math, computer science, and statistics, has died after a short and courageous battle with cancer. T.J., as he was fondly called by students and colleagues, began teaching at the College in […]


Volleyball Tops Carleton In Straight Sets

The Gustavus volleyball team continued its winning ways Friday night as it claimed its 17th straight victory, defeating Carleton College in straight sets 25-23, 25-23 and 25-13. The Gusties improve to 17-2 overall and 6-0 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Mary Joos

Mary Joos, Program Director of the Athletic Training Program, and Kyle Momsen ’01, former Program Director, are presenting at the 2015 North Central College Health Association Annual Meeting. Their presentation, entitled “Common Orthopedic Evaluation Techniques for the Lower Extremity” is geared toward health professionals in college/campus health services, incorporating evidence-based practice principles into choosing effective […]

HES AT Alumni

Several Gustie Alumni give back to the Athletic Training Program as preceptors. Ashley (Gewerth) Roiger ’10, Colin Rust ’10, and Scott Mangen ’10 have AT students working with them in the physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation departments at the New Ulm Medical Center (New Ulm, MN). Dr. Robert Gazzola ’83 shares his medical practice with […]

Mary Joos

Mary Joos is the new Program Director of the Athletic Training Program. Previously, she served as the Clinical Education Coordinator of the AT Program for the past 6 years and as an assistant athletic trainer and preceptor in the program for a year before that. Mary is excited to continue to help lead the program […]

Troy Banse

Troy Banse, Head Athletic Trainer and preceptor for the Athletic Training Program, was selected as the MIAC representative to the 2015 NCAA Division II/III Health and Safety Summit. The conference is held in Indianapolis at the NCAA Headquarters on October 20th-21st.


Special Olympics

Several Athletic Training students volunteered on Sunday September 27th with the Special Olympics Football event held on campus. The students provided first aid for the participants and had a blast hanging out with the amazing athletes. Pictured: Anthony Stordalen ’16, Jana Elliott ’17, Stephanie Welke ’17, Jordan Thompson ’71, and Jacob Kohl ‘16


Prize-Winning Organist Kalevi Kiviniemi and Baritone Jukka Pietilä at Gustavus Friday

Finland’s renowned organist Kalevi Kiviniemi and Sibelius baritone Jukka Pietilä will present a recital Friday, October 16 in Christ Chapel on the Gustavus Adolphus College campus. This performance, funded by the Gustavus Artist Series and the Finlandia Foundation, Twin Cities, is part of a North American concert tour by the duo and will begin at […]


Family Weekend Set for Music Showcases

The annual Family Weekend at Gustavus is a favorite of the extended Gustavus community as the fall colors bring hundreds of family and friends to the campus for a busy three days. Sunday, October 11, is a special day for the College and the students in the Department of Music. This year nine of the […]