Archive for 2013
Reese Ellingworth Drinkall (boy) was born to Joy Reese ’02 and Josh Drinkall on September 13, 2013.
In order to orientate a variety of foreigners for residence in North America, L. Robert Kohls and his staff at the United States Information Agency constructed a groundbreaking article, “The Values Americans Live By”. In specifics, Kohls felt that visitors to the US needed to understand “common American values”, as such insights would allow them […]
Allison ’06 and Lance Lundquist had a son Maximus Wayne Lundquist born on 10/03/13. Allison Lundquist is a math teacher at Minnetonka High School
St. Peter, Minn. - After nearly three weeks without a game, the Gustavus men’s basketball team will be back in action on Tuesday, Dec. 31st when it hosts UW-La Crosse in a non-conference match up at Gus Young Court. The Gusties last played on Wednesday, Dec. 11th in a 71-47 win over Saint John’s, while […]
Anna Rossing Zimmerman ’00 and her husband Bernie welcome their daughter, Malin Rose, who was born 8/15/13.
Gustavus friends from the Class of 2005 gathered for a Christmas celebration and sharing Gustavus memories at the home of Megan (Wille) Miller ’05. Left to Right: Kelly (McGillivray) Kley ’05, Anna (Gutman) Fisher ’05, Amanda (Olson) Petersen ’05, Katrina (Kleinwachter) Fortney ’05, Megan (Wille) Miller ’05, Lynnea (Piotter) Myers ’05.
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Home Free, the Minnesota-based country vocal band that includes Gustavus alumni Chris '02 and Adam '04 Rupp, won season four of the NBC show The Sing-Off on Monday, Dec. 23. By winning the contest, Home Free will receive $100,000 and a Sony recording contract.
So much happens on a college campus in just a week’s time, so you can only imagine the number of noteworthy events that take place in a calendar year at Gustavus. Classes, research, lectures, concerts, recitals, exhibitions, athletic events, dedications, awards, scholarships, conferences, rankings, and more. The events and people featured in these stories contribute to the unfolding story of Gustavus Adolphus College, which continues to prepare students for lives of leadership and service.