Archive for 2021

Gustavus Looks Back on 2021

From two commencement ceremonies to the return of in-person classes, fine arts events, and athletics, 2021 was a historic celebration of resilience.

S.11, E.8: “Everything is Connected, Nothing Is Lost”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast host Greg Kaster interviews emeritus professor of classics Will Freiert.

Pick-up Soccer Group Fosters Cross-Campus Connections

Noontime Boom Time, a growing lunchtime gathering on Hollingsworth Field, brings diverse Gusties together — a prime example of community in action.

Reiten Earns Lifesave Award With Local First Responders

Assistant Campus Safety Director Scott Reiten was recognized on Wednesday, December 15 after taking swift action to save a life earlier this fall.

S.11 E.7: Sweden, the Roma, and Katarina Taikon

Scandinavian Studies professor Ursula Lindqvist steps in to interview Swedish author Lawen Mohtadi on the Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast.

Neptun Named 2021 St. Lucia

The sophomore communication studies major was selected through a campuswide vote.

Evening Events Canceled/Postponed | Friday, Dec. 10

This message was sent to Gustavus students, faculty, and staff on Friday, December 10 at 12:45 p.m.

Gustavus To Celebrate Annual Festival of St. Lucia

One sophomore woman will be crowned St. Lucia in the 81st annual celebration on Thursday, December 9.

S.11 E.6: “Imagine the Experience of Others”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast host Greg Kaster interviews Brigham Young University professor of church history Jordan T. Watkins.

Students Win Deloitte Accounting Case Competition for Fourth Year

The competition challenges students to solve real-life problems in the world of accounting.