Archive for Thanh Binh Pham

Gusties win singles and doubles titles: Men’s Tennis off to a commanding start

The Gustavus men’s tennis team kicked off the fall season by competing in the Drake Invitational, competing in both singles and doubles brackets. Two Gusties, Seniors Mohanad Alhouni and Mason Bultje advanced to the semifinals in each of their brackets. Alhouni would defeat Josef Altman of NWMSU 6-3, 6-1, Jarod Hing of Tulsa, 3-6, 7-5, […]

Gusties defeated by No. 20 ranked Concordia: Football moves to 2-1 record in MIAC play

The Gustavus football team made the trek north to Moorhead, MN last weekend to take on the No. 20 ranked Cobbers of Concordia College. Despite a 14-10 lead going into halftime, the Gusties were unable to hold on and fell 27-17. This loss moved the Gusties to 3-2 on the season and 2-1 in the […]

Gusties maintain strong team dynamic: Cross Country prepares for conference meet

As the season has progressed for the Gustavus Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams, one thing has stayed the same; an extremely strong, tight-knit bond shared throughout the entirety of the team. Team dynamic has been one of the biggest factors for the Gustavus runners this season. This strong comradery is exemplified by many leaders […]

Building Bridges aims to end the stigma of mental illness: Student leaders prep for the Building Bridges Conference

Building Bridges is poised to start the year strong after announcing its new topic for this year’s conference, “Mental Health as a Social Justice Cause”. With this theme in mind, the organization hopes to focus on raising awareness about the different aspects of mental health and helping the community to understand the social issues related […]

“Campus Safety Report (10/06/17)”

Monday, September 12 Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Norelius Hall. A student was transported to the ER for an injury. Campus safety responded to Sohre Hall for a medical assist. One student was transported to ER by ambulance. Tuesday, September 13 Campus Safety responded to a drug violation on College grounds in […]

Academic minds discuss reproductive technology at 53rd Nobel Conference: Researchers and scholars spark conversation and raise questions at Gustavus’s signature event

One of the most notable events that Gustavus Adolphus College is fortunate to host annually is the Nobel Conference. One of the most notable events that Gustavus Adolphus College is fortunate to host annually is the Nobel Conference. The Nobel Conference is an academic conference that aims to bring together the world’s top researchers and scholars […]

New year brings Greek life changes

Almost a year has gone by since Gustavus suspended six Greek organizations for violating the college’s hazing and sexual harassment policies. Gustavus suspended the organizations after they investigated hazing allegations last fall and into the spring. Several reports were turned in to the Dean of Students Office of supposed first-hand accounts of policy violations. Of […]

Members of the Gustavus community reanimate Frankenstein with live reading: Greeters, faculty, and students perform the Mary Shelley novel

If you walked by the Courtyard Cafe at any part of the day this past Thursday you most likely noticed the costumes, backdrops, live artists, and people participating in the live reading of this years First-Year Reading in Common book, Frankenstein. Unlike other readings, Frankenstein was given a full performance as the live reading began […]

Goodbye Greeks

What is happening to Gustavus Greek Life?   Greek Life has been a part of the Gustavus comminity since 1904. Currently, there are three sororities and four fraternities on campus. The organizations’ purpose are to make a difference on campus through philanthropic endeavors, community service and interpersonal development. Organizations also teach leaderships skills, participate in […]