Archive for May, 2018

Tony Randgaard ’81 releases book, “Unpremeditated-A Murderous Caribbean Travelogue”

Tony Randgaard ’81 had the official launch party of his book Unpremeditated- A Murderous Caribbean Travelogue held May 23, 2018 when more than 25 people attended the event in Bloomington. Tony writes, “When I was staying in Belize in 2012, Prince Harry was touring the country and a celebrity murder mystery was unfolding around him. […]

Hartmann, Hensch Named May Student-Athletes Of The Month

Women’s tennis ace Briana Hartmann (Jr., Owatonna, Minn.) and men’s throwing specialist Michael Hensch (Jr., North Branch, Minn.) have been selected as the Gustavus Adolphus College May Female and Male Student-Athletes of the Month, presented by Thrivent Financial and voted on by the Gustavus Sports Information Office.

Commencement Set for Saturday, June 2

The 521 graduates of the Gustavus Class of 2018 will celebrate commencement on Saturday, June 2 at Hollingsworth Field.

Athletics Department Announces Fourth Annual “Golden Gusties” Award Winners

The Gustavus Athletics department hosted its fourth annual “Golden Gusties” awards banquet at Don Roberts Ice Rink on May 14 to celebrate another successful year of Gustie athletics. Listed are the 2017-18 award winners and nominees for Student-Athlete of the Year, which will be announced early June.

Paixão pura / Pura pasión / Pura passion

LALACS faculty and staff are passionate about Latin America: wether we have been born or “re-born” there, engaged in research or studied abroad there,  América has ignited and fueled a passion within us –  Latin Americanists.     Come chat with us any time regarding: what LALACS is all about when you should declare which courses you […]

Monday (Tuesday!) Moments with President Bergman: May 29, 2018

Gustavus President Rebecca M. Bergman shares her thoughts with College employees each week.

Hensch Takes 15th In Hammer At NCAA Track & Field Championships

Gustavus throwing specialist Michael Hensch (Jr., North Branch, Minn.) concluded the outdoor season Saturday at the NCAA Championships, hosted by UW-La Crosse. Hensch placed 15th in the hammer throw with a toss of 178-2.25.

Hensch Places 12th In Shot Put At NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Gustavus throwing specialist Michael Hensch (Jr., North Branch, Minn.) competed in the shot put Friday at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships and took 12th place with a heave of 52-1.25. Hensch exceeded his entry as he was seeded 18th out of 20.

Alhouni Caps Impressive Career In Quarterfinal Of NCAA Men’s Tennis Singles Championships

The collegiate career of Gustavus men’s tennis ace Mohanad Alhouni (Sr., Tripoli, Libya) came to a close Friday at the NCAA Singles Championships. In the quarterfinal round, Alhouni lost 6-3, 6-2 to Bowdoin’s Grant Urken, finishing his senior season with a 29-9 singles record.

Leading by Example: Henry Adebisi ’18

After a busy career on the Hill, the senior is taking his leadership, creativity, and activism with him as he transitions to his career in June.