Archive for April, 2015

Lisa Johnson Sansgaard ’08

Harper Marie Sansgaard was born on 3/30/2015 to Lisa Johnson Sansgaard ’08 and husband Jeff, in Edina, MN.

Joanna Josephson-Roberg ’99

Joanna is now a clinical pharmacist at CHI Health.

Issue 21 Part 2

Issue 21 Part 2

Issue 21 Part 1

Issue 21 Part 1

Ultimate Frisbee club enjoying spring competition

Here on The Hill, there is a club team requiring no past experience that many Gusties may not know about. That team is the Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team. The roster ranges from a number of First-Years to multiple Seniors. Without coaches, captains administer practices, organize competitions, and handle other coach-like duties. The team participates in […]

Schulz inspires Women’s Tennis

Two-time MIAC Tennis Athlete-Of-The-Week this season, Sophomore Management and Communications major Michaela Schulz has shown a strong streak. The women’s tennis team is currently undefeated in the MIAC along with University of St. Thomas. Schulz is currently ranked #4 in singles, and ranked #3  in doubles with Lizzy Stanczyk in the MIAC. Junior Spanish Education […]

Senior Spotlight: Laurel Krebsbach

This recurring segment will highlight a senior Gustavus athlete each week.   Q: What were your expectations for the season? A: My expectations coming into the spring were to go undefeated in the conference and win the MIAC playoffs with my team. So far my team is undefeated in the conference with two conference matches left […]

Saunders set to see Garnett back in action

The professional basketball team in Minnesota, the Minnesota Timberwolves, concluded their season on April 15 with a 138-113 loss to Oklahoma City Thunder. The defeat wrapped up the Wolves’ season with a twelve game losing streak, their last win was against Utah Jazz almost a month ago. The bottom position meant the Wolves missed out […]

A Breath of Life

There is a difference between breathing in air and breathing in life. Not too long ago I found myself gasping for air. I had just gotten back from Spring Break in California with the tennis team, and was adjusting to the routine of being a student again. Being anxious for several days made me feel […]

How To Get Things Done

As students at a Liberal Arts college, it is basically guaranteed that you will end up taking a class that you do not love. Sometimes, in the efforts to broaden your horizons and gain experience in a variety of disciplines and fulfill the requirements of the college, we all find ourselves in that unfortunate place […]