Archive for 2014
New baby named Graham Kiesow-Knudsen on 8/31/2014
Birth of our son William White Gruenisen on December 5, 2014.
River Falls, Wis. – The Gustavus Adolphus women’s basketball team capped 2014 with a 65-57 overtime victory over UW-River Falls on Tuesday night at the Karges Center. Thanks a Mikayla Miller (Fy., Goodhue, Minn.) game-tying three-pointer with :29 seconds remaining in regulation, the Gusties were able to force overtime with the score tied 51-51. With […]
Greetings! Welcome to the blog for the J-Term course, South Africa: Examining Global Service! This blog will serve as a platform for students to share their experience, provide insight into their respective learnings and challenges, and to raise meaningful questions that will engage you, the reader. The blogs will be stories and reflections on events that occurred […]
Kara Wachlarowicz Wallace ’01 welcomed the birth of her daughter, Katelyn Piper Wallace, on August 2014.
Andrew Yackel ’10 graduated from Luther Seminary with his Master of Divinity on December 7th. On the same day, he was called by the congregation of Urland Lutheran Church, Cannon Falls (ELCA) to serve as their senior pastor. Angel (Matthes) Yackel ’10 will begin her final semester of Nurse Practitioner school in January. They will […]
Jen Gallus ’97 and Mike Logan ’97 were married in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico on November 15, 2014.
KANSAS CITY – The Gustavus Adolphus women’s soccer team was recently recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for its outstanding sportsmanship and demonstration of strong ethics this past season. For the third consecutive season, the Gusties were awarded the Silver Award, which requires a team to have no red cards and no more than […]
Lisa Heldke '82, Professor of Philosophy and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College, was recently quoted in a USA Today article titled "We Are What We Eat."
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 a residential liberal arts college like 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.