Blogs at Gustavus

Longtime Gustavus Equipment Manager Willie Lindquist Dies at 90

Willie Lindquist, the longtime equipment manager of Gustavus Athletics, passed away on Sunday, March 26 at the age of 90.

Gustavus Announces New VP of Enrollment Management

Kim Frisch has been named the new Vice President for Enrollment Management at Gustavus Adolphus College, President Rebecca M. Bergman announced today. Frisch is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and communication. She also has a Master’s Degree in organizational leadership from Regis University in Denver, […]

Gustie Student Internships Tips

Before entering the workforce, many college students participate in various internships that will help benefit them in their future. Here at Gustavus, we have had many students participate in internships, 75% of Gustavus students do take part in some engaged learning experience (Internships, Career Exploration, or Job Shadowing.) Julie Rudolf, a Career Development Specialist, and […]

Library Hours for Spring Break/Easter

Sat. & Sun., April 1 & 2: Closed; Mon. – Thurs., April 3-6: 10 am – 2 pm; Fri. – Sun., April 7 -9: Closed. Happy Easter!

Bergmeyer Named MIAC Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Week

Jack Bergmeyer helped the Gusties to a perfect MIAC weekend, defeating Macalester 8-1 and Saint John's 9-0. Bergmeyer was 2-0 in the No. 1 singles spot in both matches and picked up two doubles wins over the Scots and the Johnnies to lead the Gusties to a 6-0 MIAC record. For his performance, Bergmeyer was named MIAC Athlete of the Week. 

Olafsson Named MIAC Softball Player of the Week

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Caitlin Olafsson (Fy., Woodbury) has been nothing if not impressive in the first month of her freshman campaign. Over the Gusties’ trip to Florida, Olafsson went 10-for-24 at the plate with seven RBI and six runs scored in eight games. Olafsson hit her first collegiate home run in the team’s loss to Hope […]

Siegle Named MIAC Baseball Pitcher of the Week

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Luke Siegle (So., Blaine) picked up the win on the mound for the Gusties in their home opener against Northwestern-St. Paul on 3/24, throwing six innings and allowing three hits. Siegle struck out four batters in the shutout victory while holding the Eagles to a team batting average of 0.158 during his six […]

The Final Four!

We now have our Final 4.  You may vote as many times as you want and vote quickly! Voting ends Wednesday, March 29th.  

Zoe Jesh ’24

“Not only have [the Political Science faculty] provided me with valuable information, but they have taught me how to use my personal strengths toward my professional development and provided me with a network of Gustie alumni to reach out to.” Zoe was drawn to a major in Political Science due to an interest in understanding […]

Sophie Norman ’24

“Whether I’m in class, choir, or a piano seminar, it’s clear that everyone in the room is rooting for each other to succeed.” Initially focused on a major in Communication Studies and only planning to minor in Music, Sophie decided to pursue a double major after enjoying her music theory class and receiving encouragement from […]