Archive for January, 2017

Blog: Severson Reflects on Time Away, Looks to Path Ahead

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.

Two Young Alumnae Receive Physical Education Teaching Awards

Gustavus grads were named the Minnesota Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and Minnesota Aquatics Teacher of the Year this fall.

Dispatch from DC: Inauguration Politics with Professor Kate Knutson

Gusties witnessed both the inauguration and the Women’s March during their January class, Inauguration Politics

Gustavus Acts Co-Chairs on Making the Plan

Co-chairs of the Strategic Action Team on the process and promise of developing the Gustavus Acts Strategic Plan.

Blog: Severson Visits San Pedro de Atacama

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.

Blog: Severson’s Second Week in Chile

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.

Blog: Emily Severson in Chile Through UMAIE

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.

Hillstrom Museum of Art Pairs Art, Athletics

Five Gustavus coaches and one student-athlete discussed the works of LeRoy Neiman at the recent event.

Dr. Jonathan Walton to Present Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture at Gustavus

Walton, who serves as the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals at Harvard University and Pusey Minister in Harvard’s Memorial Church, will examine the role of faith and moral imagination in the ethical thought and public protests of Martin Luther King Jr. His lecture is titled, “It Was All A Dream…”

The Next Four Years

What these five students will experience will be different than those who have come before. They will grow as the College grows. And yet they will be Gusties: caring, daring, and smart.