Archive for Thanh Binh Pham

Women’s Soccer moves to 7-4-2

After 110 minutes in the cold and difficult conditions, the Gustavus Women’s soccer team ended in a 0-0 tie with St. Mary’s on Tuesday night. Although the Gusties outshot the Cardinals 15-12 and had 12 corner kick chances, and controlled possession for much of the game, they were unable to find the net. First Year […]

Volleyball’s back on the upswing

Two weeks ago, the Gustavus volleyball team had fallen victim to two close losses to highly regarded opponents. Since then, the #11 ranked in the nation Gusties have turned things around, not losing a single match. Currently holding a 20-3 overall record, with a 6-1 record against MIAC opponents, the Gusties have positioned themselves very […]

Men’s Soccer gets their streak snapped

The Gustavus Men’s soccer team went on a four game winning streak with victories against St. Olaf, Augsburg, Presentation and Bethel, but the streak was snapped when the Gusties traveled to Winona to take on Saint Mary’s on Wednesday, Oct. 11 when they fell 2-0. After the loss the Gusties move to 9-5 overall and  […]

Reasons everyone should learn to cook

Cooking is a skill that we should all know, not only for its everyday life application, but also because it can save us from the shameful status of being that person that always eats ramen or mooches off of others food. I come from a long line of amateur cooks. My dad, for example, has […]

A case for horror

Have you ever voluntarily subjected yourself to nightmares? You might ask what kind of masochistic human would ever do that to themselves, but the surprising answer you’d find is a lot of seemingly very normal people. If you enjoy horror films, then you know what I’m talking about. I was exposed to and fell madly […]

What good is theology?

Ah theology; we tend to think it’s just stale old Wonderbread at this point. It’s seen as incredibly white, Eurocentric, and conservative in the public eye. Many young people, me included, have been turned off to religion, specifically Christianity, due to its rather boring appearance. Or maybe we’re all just rebels trying to get back […]

The roommate agenda

Probably the most nerve wracking part about beginning the college life is sharing a room … with a stranger. Unlike class loads and extracurriculars, that first-year roommate is entirely luck of the draw for most people. This pairing can make or break a college experience because, like it or not, interacting with each other on […]

Heist: student newspaper stolen: Students throw out hundreds of newspapers in defiance

   On Friday, October 6th, Campus Safety responded to the Jackson Campus Center to take a report of stolen weekly newspapers, according to the Gustavus Daily Crime Log.     Caroline Probst, Editor-in-Chief of the Gustavian Weekly, received multiple messages on Friday from editors saying that they couldn’t find any of the newspapers in the […]

“Campus Safety Report (10/13/17)”

Monday, October 02 A student reported the theft of an unlocked bike at the College View bike rack. The bicycle was recovered. Wednesday, October 04 Campus Safety responded to a report of a sexual assault that occurred off campus. A student reported receiving unwanted communications from a non-student. Thursday, October 05 A Collegiate Fellow reported […]

Out of Scandinavia Week features Finnish author: Pajtim Statovci discusses his award-winning novel

This week Gustavus was proud to host author Pajtim Statovci for this year’s Out of Scandinavia artist-in-residence program. While here, Statovci participated in discussion and lectures with students and faculty concerning his award-winning debut novel, My Cat Yugoslavia, which tells the interlocking stories of a mother and her son as Kosovan immigrants in Finland. Statovci, […]