Archive for Kevin Dexter

Interview with Arne Dahl – May 13, 2014  

McKayla Murphy: What brought you to Gustavus? How did you find us, or how did we find you? Arne Dahl: It was more like you found me. Well you have had this Artist in Residence program running for 25 years, and I guess I was cut out for the job in a way because of […]

Exploring Student Voices at Gustavus

Researched histories of the Gustavus campus and faculty have been produced over the course of the college’s existence, but less focus has been given to the student experience. Junior History and Theater Major Katelyn Juni is currently working to showcase this student perspective through the Patricia Lindell Scholarship, awarded through Gustavus Library Associates (GLA). Library […]


Books in Bloom

The floral smell permeating from the library signals the fourth Annual Books in Bloom. On May 2-4, the Gustavus library showcased 26 floral arrangement interpretations of different books, films, or academic resources picked from the library’s collection. Associate Professor in Library and Library Chair Dan Mollner describes the idea behind this event. “It’s modeled on […]


Campus groups collaborate to promote Stress Free Finals Week

The two-word phrase that college students often dread more than any other is Finals Week. Just reading the words is enough to make visions of sleepless nights, endless cups of coffee, and impossible tests come to mind for any college student. The Gustavus Peer Assistants are teaming up with the librarians, Psi Chi, SAVE, Pound […]

Coke Grants Reception recognizes student work

The Kitchen Cabinet hosted a congratulations reception for the 2014 Gustavus and Coca-Cola Educational Partnership Grant recipients on April 29 in the Heritage Banquet Room. Opened to the public, the reception featured presentations by each recepient group. Started in the 2012-2013 academic year, the Gustavus and Coca-Cola Educational Partnership Grant is awarded to projects that […]

Student research recognized during Celebration of Creative Inquiry

The Celebration of Creative Inquiry is a campus-wide, public forum to share Gustavus students’ personal research. The phrase “Creative Inquiry” is intentionally broad in order to encompass research and scholarship in all academic disciplines. In previous years, there have been over 140 separate posters representing student projects from across campus in almost every discipline. There […]


Thank you, seniors!

Each spring, as graduation edges nearer, the time comes to reflect on the accomplishments of the senior class. This year’s senior athletes were an especially talented group, and The Gustavian Weekly would like to congratulate every graduating senior who participated in athletics during their time at Gustavus—whether it was on an intramural team, in a […]

Track & Field hopes to end season on high note at Conference meet

On the outside, track and field may appear to be an individual sport, but for both the men’s and women’s teams, they have collaborated individual strengths to form an energetic and powerful team. Head Coach Dale Bahr said he is impressed with how the team and coaching staff has dealt with the unpredictable weather. “It […]

Students rally to Race For Grace

As the school year comes to an end, Gustavus students are still actively trying to serve their community. On Sunday, May 18, Colleges Against Cancer and the Gustavus Swimming & Diving team will be hosting a fun run/walk, the Race for Grace 5K. The name of the event was given in honor of Grace Goblirsch, […]