Blogs at Gustavus

Campus Parking

Students and employees who wish to park a vehicle on campus must obtain a parking permit by registering with the Department of Campus Safety. Student online registration has closed, please come to the Campus Safety office (with your vehicle information) to register for a parking permit.  Students who registered online will find their parking permit […]

Welcome to the African Studies blog.

Please use the blog to share your experiences traveling to an African country, attending a conference related to Africa, and for that matter everything else that would interest people who have a desire to know more about the continent and its people. Thanks. Prof. Paschal Kyoore

 

New Season Set for Anderson Theatre

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Gustavus Adolphus College is pleased to announce its 2015-16 season on the Anderson Theatre stage. The coming season includes works by Mary Zimmerman, Samuel Beckett, a musical adaptation of a work by William Shakespeare, the fall Choreographers’ Gallery and Spring Dance Concert, and the 20th anniversary celebration of […]

2015 Men’s Soccer Preseason Update

ST. PETER, MINN. – The Gustavus Adolphus men’s soccer team has returned to campus, and after nearly a week of practice, the team’s veterans and head coach like what they have witnessed from newcomers and returners alike. Head Coach Mike Middleton’s 2015 squad must replace 53 percent of last season’s scoring, but is excited about the new opportunities that await. “We […]

 

Library Hours for Labor Day Weekend

Friday, Sept. 4: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm; Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 5 & 6:  Closed.  Monday, Sept. 7: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm.

 

NEW Learning Opportunities!

We are SUPER excited to announce that we have NEW fun ways for you to learn more about the technology we support on this campus! Tech Bytes – these interactive one-hour collaborative sessions will introduce you to different tech tools that we support here at Gustavus. We will mix up the class by having a hands on instructional […]

Anita Larson Mickelson ’90

Anita Larson Mickelson ’90 has been teaching English-As-A-Second-Language through the Office of Adult Education, Black Hawk College, Rock Island (IL) campus, since January 2009. The vast majority of the students are refugees, primarily from Burma, Nepal, several African countries and, most recently, Iraq. Anita teaches “Level One”, in which most of the students have had […]

Alaina Ramsburg Johnson ’12

Alaina Ramsburg ’12 and Tom Johnson ’12 got married on July 11th, 2015 in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. It was a fun-filled event with many Gusties in attendance–including three in the wedding party alone. As with any Gustie wedding, the closing song was (of course) the Gustie Rouser.

Jackie Winfree ’06

Jackie Winfree ’06 writes: “I am the new Chapter Administrator for the Dayton, OH chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. I have been an Educator for Learning Tree Farm, also in Dayton, since 2013 and became the Marketing Coordinator in early 2015. I also volunteer for local public TV station ThinkTV where I enter their […]

Lauri Huettl Smith ’05

Lauri Huettl Smith ’05 married Jason Smith on 12/20/2014.


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