Archive for July, 2013

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Nobel Conference 49 Profile of Samuel Ting

Discovering the fundamental nature of the universe requires scientists with vision, ingenuity, and persistence. Nobel Prize winner Dr. Samuel Ting exemplifies these important traits. His experiments have discovered one of the six known quarks, the fundamental building blocks of all matter, and more recently have been probing matter, antimatter, and dark matter from a detector […]

 

Shane Jensen ’10 Returns to Minnesota for Newest Film The Way The Crow Flies

For some graduates, a move off of the campus following graduation includes a move back home for a time of soul-searching, reflection and discovery, a time to consider a path for the next step in their journey. While this move may not fit into their original master plan, it does provide some time to determine […]

Rachel Poppy Wiegand ’08

Rachel Poppy Wiegand ’08 is excited to report that on July 13th she married Bradley Wiegand. She is still working as a chiropractor in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Matt Busacker ’08

Matt Busacker ’08 married Amber Fletcher on June 29, 2013 in Afton, MN.

Golfer Tyler McMorrow Qualifies For U.S. Amateur Championship

St. Cloud, Minn. – Gustavus Adolphus golfer Tyler McMorrow (St. Cloud, Minn.) has qualified for the 113th U.S. Amateur Championship following his performance at the U.S. Amateur Sectional Qualifier held this weekend at the St. Cloud Country Club.  McMorrow, a senior to-be on head coach Scott Moe’s squad, fired a three-under-par 139 to share medalist […]

 

“Departures” Exhibition to open Friday, August 2nd

  Departures New Work by Cameron A. Jarvis and Betsy Ruth Byers   Arts Center of St. Peter Aug. 2nd – Sept. 8th, 2013 Please join us for a closing reception and artist talk on Sat. September 7th, from 2-4 PM  Artwork on the postcard: Left side: Cameron A. Jarvis, Public Pool Right side: Betsy Ruth Byers, Endless […]

Jennifer Lopez ’02

After ten years as an Early Childhood Educator Jenni Lopez ’02 has decided to pursue a career in Translation. She has just opened Lopez and Lopez Translations in Mora, MN and is enjoying working with clients from around the world.

 

5-6-7-8, The Gustavus Show Choir Camp 2013 Is Off, and Dancing

The sound of music on the Gustavus campus is a common occurrence from Christ Chapel to Björling Recital Hall. It has been central to the College’s history since the doors opened at St. Ansgar’s Academy. From early music to Bach to the Beatles, sacred to secular, from the music department’s first concert tour in 1887, […]

 

Online cartography class enrolls nearly 30,000

Geography Professor Anthony Robinson of Penn State is offering an online digital cartography course called Maps and the Geospatial Revolution. Nearly 30,000 have enrolled. Wired.com recently featured Dr. Robinson and his course in an interview here. Robinson says “I started my undergraduate education as an electrical engineering major. Then I just randomly took a human […]

 

Gusties to Light Up the Stage at Fringe Festival in August

A number of current and former Gustavus students will be performing, directing, and producing at the 2013 Minnesota Fringe Festival, which will take place August 1-11 at various locations in Minneapolis.