Blogs at Gustavus

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Men’s Hoops Drops Season Opener In Overtime

The Gustavus men's basketball team opened its 2017-18 season with a 70-66 overtime loss against the Illinois Institute of Technology at the North Park University Invitational. 

Men’s Hockey Scores Five Unanswered To Take Down Hamline

Down two goals early in the game, the Gustavus men's hockey team came back to score five unanswered goals in a 5-2 victory during the opening series against Hamline University Friday evening at Don Roberts Ice Rink. 

Women’s Hockey Upset 5-2 At Hamline

The No. 7 Gustavus women’s hockey team was upset 5-2 Friday night at Hamline University, dropping its first game of the season to move to 3-1-1 overall and 2-1 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Senior OB Postpartum Hemorrhage Simulation Lab

Today the seniors learned about the nursing interventions affiliated with a postpartum hemorrhage through a simulation created by clinical faculty preceptor Tina Kvalheim and Professor Barb Zust. There was Hawaiian Punch for blood, red jello for blood clots, and all the equipment needed in a real hospital setting… Except for a real patient of course!

Swimming & Diving Hosts Fourth Annual Race For Grace Saturday

The Gustavus men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are set to host the fourth annual Grace Goblirsch Memorial Invitational on Saturday at the Vic Gustafson Pool. The Race For Grace honors former Gustie swimmer Grace Goblirsch who passed away on August 23, 2013 after fighting a courageous eight-month battle with acute myelogenous leukemia.

Junior Brittany Luethmers makes it to NCAA Volleyball Quarterfinals

Congratulations to Brittany Luethmers ’19 and the rest of the Gustavus Volleyball Team for winning their regional conference and moving on to the ‘Elite 8’ in the NCAA quarterfinals this week! This was their first region championship in program history and the first time since 1984 the team made it to the “Elite 8”.

Thanksgiving Recess – regular parking enforcement

Regular parking will be enforced Tuesday, November 21 through Sunday, November 26. Please park according to permit color and always assume that parking and traffic regulations are enforced, even if classes are not in session. Green permit parking lots are always No parking 2 a.m.-7 a.m., 7 days a week. Green permit holders needing to […]

Weekend Arts Preview: Jazz, James DeVoll, and “Our Country’s Good”

It’s a big weekend of performances on campus where audiences will have the opportunity to choose between several great events including a Gustavus production of Our Country’s Good, faculty member James DeVoll’s performance of the Poulenc Sonata for Flute and Piano, and an afternoon of jazz. Our Country’s Good Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18, 8 […]

Gustavus Announces New Undergraduate Research Fellowship

The Arthur L. Johnson Research Fellowship will provide collaborative summer research opportunities to talented students.

Library Matters / Libraries Matter: #MeToo

As major allegations of sexual assault and harassment conducted by politicians, entertainers, CEOs and others have unfolded over the past weeks, the #MeToo movement has spread across social media. Using the #MeToo hashtag, women and men are speaking up about their experiences of sexual assault. Some shared specific stories. Others said, “It happened to me, […]