Archive for September, 2015

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October 2015 Weekend On Campus Movies!

Here are the movies on campus during October provided by the CAB Films committee! Friday, 10/2, 8:00 pm – Tomorrowland In Wallenberg! ***Free Popcorn*** Saturday, 10/3, 8:00 pm – Tomorrowland In Wallenberg! Friday, 10/9, 7:00 pm – Inside Out 9:30 pm – Inside Out In Wallenberg! ***Free Popcorn*** Saturday, 10/10, 7:00 pm – Inside Out […]

Tania Schueller Delehanty ’09

Tania Schueller ’09 married Jack Delehanty on August 29, 2015 in Minneapolis, where they currently reside.

Men’s Golf Finishes Second At Twin Cities Classic

SHAKOPEE, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus men’s golf team turned in its best performance of the season this past weekend, as it took second of 19 total teams at the Twin Cities Classic which was held at three different locations across the metro area. The Gusties finished with a team score of 882, just two strokes […]

Angelique Dwyer: I’m a Gustie and This is How I Teach

Angelique Dwyer Assistant Professor in Modern Languages, Literature, and Cultures; Spanish; LALACS; and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies What classes do you regularly teach? SPA-200 Crossing Borders, SPA-280 Social Analysis through Film and Literature in Spanish, SPA-320 From Latin America to Latinos in the U.S., and SPA-390 Through the Lens. Both SPA-200 and SPA-320 have community engagement components with […]

Welcome Professor Maddalena Marinari

Gustavus Adolphus College is delighted to welcome Professor Maddalena Marinari to the Department of History. Dr. Marinari joined the history department at Gustavus Adolphus College in the fall semester of 2015. She received her Ph.D. in twentieth-century American history and modern Europe from the University of Kansas. Before arriving to Gustavus, she taught at American University and […]

Hogs on ice, and other new semester observations

Every fall is a reminder of the summer slide— the backwards roll in the summer months in what students learned the prior school year. Only this time I have been thinking about the summer slide for professors: how we seem to forget what we learned about our courses and how their assignments helped students learn, […]

Nick Frandsen Earns MIAC Weekly Honor

Article courtesy of Matt Higgins, MIAC Assistant Executive Director ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Gustavus football team won a shootout against Augsburg, 59-42, Saturday to stay undefeated, and a big defensive performance by senior defensive back Nick Frandsen (North Oaks, Minn./Totino-Grace) helped the Gusties keep the Auggies at arm’s length. Frandsen had the play-of-the-game with a huge interception-return […]

Women’s Golf Takes Fourth At College City Challenge

COMPLETE RESULTS HASTINGS, Minn. – Mae Meierhenry (Jr., Sioux Falls, S.D.) led the Gustavus women’s golf team to a fourth place finish at the College City Challenge on Saturday and Sunday at the Bellwood Oaks Golf Club. Meierhenry tied or second place out of 74 golfers, shooting an 82 in round one, followed by a […]

Alhouni, Ekstein Win Men’s Tennis Singles Flights At Drake Invitational

COMPLETE RESULTS DES MOINES, Iowa – Mohanad Alhouni (So., Tripoli, Libya) and Zach Ekstein (So., Eagan, Minn.) both won their respective singles flights for the Gustavus men’s tennis team on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Drake Invitational. In the first competition of the season, Alhouni claimed the Flight ‘A’ singles title with wins over […]

Largest Campaign in Gustavus History Closes with over $170 Million in Gifts

President Rebecca M. Bergman announced the successful completion of Campaign Gustavus, the largest and most ambitious fundraising campaign in the history of Gustavus Adolphus College, at a dinner thanking donors on Thursday, Sept. 24.