Archive for January, 2014

MNPC JAIF 2014 – Message 13

Fair Goers: We now have more candidates registered to attend fair than we have EVER had!  We are close to 200!  Which works out well as there are 200 employers now registered! We are over 100 resumes posted on the fair site!  Terrific!  Thank you!  The great thing is that employers are starting to look […]

 

Meghan Krause ’00 Named Director of Wellbeing

Gustavus Adolphus College is pleased to announce that Meghan Krause ’00 will join the College’s staff as the new Director of Wellbeing. Krause will provide vision and leadership for the College’s recently announced Wellbeing Initiative, which is being funded by a $250,000 gift from Tim ’83 and Elaine Peterson.

Gustavus Young Alumni Steering Committee Application

Calling the graduating Class of 2014! The Gustavus Young Alumni Steering Committee is looking for two stellar representatives from the Class of 2014 to serve on the committee. Duties would involve attending group meetings in the Twin Cities, simple event planning, and a strong love for Gustavus and networking. Find the application attached! 2014 Steering Committee […]

Red Hot Gusties To Face Surging Johnnies In Critical Series This Weekend

St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus men’s hockey team will continue Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play this weekend with a home-and-home series against the Johnnies of Saint John’s University.  The Gusties and Johnnies will begin the weekend with an 8:05 p.m. game on Friday, Jan. 31 at Don Roberts Ice Rink.  The series will […]

Dale Bahr And Blair Riegel Featured On This Weekend’s Gustie Spotlight

St. Peter, Minn. – Gustavus Adolphus head track and field coach Dale Bahr and senior Blair Riegel (Sr., Lakeville, Minn.) highlight this weekend’s edition of the Gustie Spotlight.  The Gustavus indoor track and field team will begin its season on Friday, Jan. 31 when it travels to Northfield to take part in the St. Olaf […]

Regular Permit Parking Enforcement During Touring Week

Regular parking enforcement is in effect during Touring Week.  A parking permit is required for students and staff to park on campus.  Always assume that parking is enforced, even if classes are not in session.  Visitor parking is closed to students and employees at all times. Come to the Campus Safety office with your vehicle […]

 

Lauren Schiltz- Final Portfolio

Spirit of Ireland Essay: Ghosts Leprechauns, beards, and redheads. Guinness, drinking men, and bar fights. Rain, clovers, and everything green. These are just some of the stereotypes that were on my mind upon entering Ireland. Just like anywhere else, some of these are true and some are terribly wrong. Ireland is notorious for being picturesque […]

 

Amanda Toms — Final Portfolio

The Spirit of Ireland This place feels familiar, yet surreal. Like a dream half-forgotten. But just when it seems it has completely slipped away, sunken to the bottom of the sub-conscious sea where all forgotten things go, something is seen, a memory jogged, and it is reeled up quickly before it can disappear forever. In […]

Free Microsoft Office and Office365 for students

Microsoft is now offering Microsoft Office Pro and Office 365 free to students. We are in the process of setting up the infrastructure required to offer this new service. Stay tuned to learn more.

Women’s Hockey Looks To Keep Rolling Against Saint Benedict

St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus women’s hockey team is poised for its third straight weekend series in Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) play. The Gusties will take on the College of Saint Benedict in a two-game series this weekend. Game one of the series will be on Friday night in St. Peter at […]