Archive for June, 2021

237 Gusties Named MIAC Academic All-Conference

On Tuesday, the MIAC announced its Academic All-Conference Teams for the full 2020-21 academic year, which included a record 237 student-athletes from Gustavus.

Summer Reads: Young Adult

Looking for some Young Adult reading while you relax this summer? Loved Red, White, and Royal Blue, The Hate U Give, or The Grishaverse? Check out these highly anticipated YA releases, now at Gustavus Library! Sia Martinez and the Moonlit Beginning of Everything by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland Described as Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets […]

Pedersen Earns PING All-Region Honors

Division III PING All-Region honorees were announced Thursday afternoon by the GCAA and Jacob Pedersen (Jr., Minnetonka) earned the nod for Gustavus for the third consecutive season.

2021-2022 Parking Permits

Vehicles on campus may park in any red or green permit space until August 31, when we ask all employees and returning students to park according to permit color.  Ticketing in the red and green permit areas then begins at 7am on the first day of classes in the Fall, Tuesday, September 7th. Visitor parking […]

Swim & Dive Teams Named CSCAA Scholar All-America

Release courtesy of the CSCAA RICHMOND, VA – The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) recently announced that the Gustavus Adolphus College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have earned Scholar All-America honors for their efforts in the classroom last semester.  The Gustavus men and women were two of the 721 programs […]

Dr. Mary Gaebler: Sabbatical Plans & Questions: “How are Identity and Faith Related?”

Dr. Mary Gaebler, Associate Professor in the Department of Religion, teaches in the area of theological ethics. Her work emerges from a preliminary interest in Martin Luther, the Protestant Reformation, and Lutheran theology. Dr. Gaebler will be on sabbatical this coming academic year, 2021-2. The following is her description of the ideas and questions she’ll […]

Juneteenth, 2021

Juneteenth commemorates the emancipation on June 19, 1865 of the last slaves of the Confederacy. That day came two years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation when Union soldiers finally reached Galveston, Texas and proclaimed the slaves of Texas free. This is a celebration for all Americans who love liberty and freedom. The annual commemoration is […]

Knutson Wins 2020 Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching

The award was presented at the Gustavus Class of 2020's commencement ceremony, which took place a year later than scheduled due to COVID-19.

10 Swimmers Named CSCAA All-America

The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) recently released its All-America honors and 10 Gustavus swimmers received recognition.

Rhea Muchalla LeGrande ’09

Rhea Muchalla LeGrande is Senior Managing Director, Chief Program Officer at Teach For America in Shawnee, Kansas.