Archive for 2018

Three Questions with Scandinavian Folklore Expert Stephen Mitchell

The Robert S. And Else Friend Professor of Scandinavian and Folklore at Harvard University will offer a free public lecture on Oct. 25.

Dance Workshop Focuses on Movement, Mindfulness

Israeli instructor Michal Shahak led students through a healing through movement workshop on Tuesday, October 9.

Six Questions with Minnesota Opera’s Pablo Siqueiros

MN Opera's Pablo Siqueiros and other performers/instructors will teach and perform on October 12.

Living Soil: A Universe Underfoot

The 54th Nobel Conference dug into the science and ethics of soil health.

Gustavus to Host Minnesota Public Health Education Summit

The Minnesota Society of Public Health Education's event on Wednesday, October 17 will tackle opioid use, gun violence, and hunger.

Career Reception Connects Students, Alums

Over 250 students, alumni, and employers gathered for a networking event to cap off Gustie Career Week 2018.

Nobel Conference 54 Digs Into Soil Health

Living Soil: A Universe Underfoot, digs into the science and ethics of soil health at the 54th Nobel Conference.

Gena King ’22 Wins BWA National Leadership Award

The first-year student recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to receive award from The Black Women's Agenda and meet Black dignitaries from across the country.

The Science of Soil Right Now

This year’s international experts on soil have some startling scientific revelations.

Gustavus Alum Daniel Sellers Named Finalist for National Teach For America Award

The 2006 sociology and anthropology major is now the Executive Director of EdAllies, an educational nonprofit based in the Twin Cities.