Archive for 2018

Spotlight on: Art Minor Exhibit

From Nov. 15 to Dec. 10 2018, the Art Department presents the Art Minor Spotlight Exhibition in the Schaefer Gallery. This exhibition features artworks crafted in and out of the classroom by Art Minors: Senior Biochem and Molecular Biology and Chemistry Double Major Ashley Studsdahl, Senior English Major Brenna Tuttrup, Junior Nursing Major Caden Killion, […]

Gustie of the Week: Alex Theship-Rosales

Alex Theship-Rosales is a Senior Environmental Studies minor and Religious Studies minor. Theship-Rosales is described as “epitomizing the Gustavus core values we all strive to live out each day in every setting he’s involved with here on campus” by coworker Jeannie Peterson. Throughout his college career, Theship-Rosales has strived to take every opportunity that he […]

Gustie of the Week: Amanda Hoffman

By 6:30 a.m. on a typical weekday, driven and vivacious Junior Amanda Hoffman’s day is already in full swing. While most college students would appreciate the extra shut-eye, Hoffman sees her unusual morning routine as an opportunity to set herself up for success bypreparing her meals, organizing her schedule, and getting ready for class. Especially […]

Christmas in Christ Chapel bringing holiday spirit to GAC: This year’s theme embodies “Visions of Divine Mystery”

Christmas in Christ Chapel 2018 welcomes the Christmas season. Five shows filled with music, word, and dance will bring almost 9,000 people to campus this weekend. Tickets for three of the five services have sold out, though there will be a live broadcast of the service on the Gustavus website. Planning for this event began […]

Campus Safety Report (11/30/18)

Monday, November 12 A Gustavus employee reported a theft of Gustavus property in Beck Hall. Campus safety responded to Sohre hall for a theft of bike report. Campus safety responded to Sohre Hall for a Mental Health concern. Tuesday, November 13 No incidents reported Wednesday, November 14 No incidents reported Thursday, November 15 Campus Safety […]

2018 Guild of St. Lucia announced

The St. Lucia Festival has an important history here at Gustavus. The story of the festival on campus will be gaining a new chapter on December 6. However, the festival goes beyond the Gustavus community. St. Lucia Day, also known as Saint Lucy Day, has been celebrated for hundreds of years. St. Lucia is one […]

Spotlight on: Music in the Courtyard

The Courtyard Café has been popular among Gusties not only as a place to grab coffee, to have little chat with friends, or to do homework, but also as a regular venue for musical performances. The Gustavus Music Collective and the Gustavus Jazz Combos hold their concerts in the Courtyard Café on Tuesday and Friday […]

Tales from Nepal: Emily Carlson

Emily Carlson is a Junior Environmental Studies and Geology major who is currently studying abroad in Nepal for the fall semester. Emily said that she chose the location before she even knew what the program was. “I just knew I wanted to be somewhere in Asia, and the opportunity to live in the Himalayas for […]

Gustie of the Week: Nicole Willis

This week’s Gustie of the Week is secondary history education major Nicole Willis. Besides her studying, the senior is spending her third year at Gustavus Adolphus College engaging a wide range of activities of campus. On campus, Willis passionately participates in the United Christian Ministries, the Prepare Ministries, the Gustavus Wind Symphony, and the Court […]

Gustie of the Week: Carly Miller

One of the most well-rounded and intelligent young women apart of the Gustavus community is Carly Miller. She is a junior Biochemistry major and Spanish minor from Brainerd, Minnesota. The reason why she chose to come here was because she primarily wanted to attend a private liberal arts college that reflected the strong community in […]