Archive for September, 2015

The Search Continues for the Diversity Center

This summer, Gustavus faculty and staff conducted extensive interviews for the position of Director of the Diversity Center. The group was pleased to offer Sharon Sobotta the position. On Friday, Sept. 18, Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Life Jones VanHecke announced via email that Sharon Sobotta would not be able to join […]

G.O.L.D. Paves the Way With New Track

With the start of the new school year comes a multitude of different clubs and organizations Gusties can participate in. For many, the aftermath of the activities’ fair results in an overabundance of fliers and group emails. Among these, one of the must-joined organizations is the GOLD program, which stands for Gusties in Ongoing Leadership […]

Students Adjust to Redesigned Website

On Aug. 29, Gustavus launched a redesigned website for the first time in five years. Director of Web Services Jerry Nowell explained that the main reasons behind the update was to get a contemporary look and make the site more mobile friendly. In the past year, the mobile and tablet traffic for the Gustavus website […]

Campus Safety Report (9/25/15)

Monday, September 14 • An employee reported causing damage to a College-owned vehicle while on campus. • An employee reported the loss of Gustavus keys. The keys were later recovered. • An employee reported the loss of Gustavus keys while off campus over the summer. • Residential Life responded to a pet policy violation in […]

Biggest Homecoming Reunion in 50 Years

The Great Gustie Gathering, also known as Gustavus Homecoming 2015, is September 26 and includes multiple new and classic events that alumni and students alike can look forward to attending. A few of these events include Rock the Hill, Nature: A Walking Play, and a Rave in Alumni Hall. Additionally, the Epsilon Phi Alpha Fraternity […]

Beneath The Crown (9/25/15)

What was the college decision process like for you? “Like, in general? Well…I guess I knew I wanted to stay close to home. So I applied to schools just around there. I originally wanted to go to school for just art, but I decided that that probably wasn’t a very good idea, so I settled […]

Issue 3

Part 1 – Part 2

Brittany Chase – Soccer

Q: What are your expectations for the season? A: As a team one of the goals we really hope to accomplish is to be in the top half of the MIAC. We have already won against two very strong teams in the conference so we hope that momentum will keep us going forward. Although we […]