Entries tagged with ‘parents’

 

Holiday Survival Guide for College Students and Parents

Is this your child’s first long break home since arriving at Gustavus?  Have you thought about things like household chores, curfews, use of the car, and family time?  Check out this article from U.S. News and World Report Education writer Kelci Lynn Lucier. Are you a seasoned parent with advice to share?  How did you work past […]

 

Advice from the Gustavus Center for Servant Leadership

There’s no doubt about it – regardless if your student is looking to fill their summer months or seeking a permanent position after graduation – it’s a difficult time to nail down a job or internship.  Without a job on the horizon, many students may spend their hours staring at a computer screen trolling for […]

 

Gustie Lingo

Do you ever find yourself confused by terms or acronyms that your student uses when talking about campus? Did they have great stories to share from “P-ball,” held last weekend?  If they asked you to meet them at “3-flags” or “the rock” would you know what they mean? If not, you can find out more […]

 

Travel With Gustavus – Exploring Luther’s Reformation

Journey on an educational tour focused on Luther’s Reformation with prominent Lutheran scholar, Gustavus professor emeritus of Religion Rev. Dr. Darrell Jodock.   Travel to Germany and Poland from October 4 – 16, 2014 to learn about the life and teachings of Martin Luther, along with the ongoing significance of his theology.   The trip […]

 

Travel with Gustavus – Exploring Luther’s Reformation and the Nazi Holocaust

Journey on an educational tour of Germany and Poland with Gustavus professor emeritus of Religion Rev. Dr. Darrell Jodock from October 4 to 16, 2014.    The first focus of the trip is on the life and teachings of Martin Luther, along with the ongoing significance of his theology. The second focus is on the tragedy of the Nazi […]