Archive for February, 2023

Gusties Showcase Research at the State Capitol

Carley Swanson-Garro '23 describes her research project to a visitor during the 2023 Scholars Day at the Capitol “But will I ever use this in my job?” is a question students have asked for as long as there have been post-graduate career paths. On Feb. 15, two Gustavus students showcased research projects at the Minnesota […]

Major Blizzard to Close Campus on Feb. 22-23

The blizzard may bring up to 24 inches of snow to the area. A potentially historic winter storm will lead to impossible travel by Wednesday night and Thursday morning, if not sooner. Out of an abundance of caution, the College will close from noon on Wednesday, Feb. 22 through Friday, Feb. 24 at 6 a.m., […]

Five Questions with Dr. Paul Finkelman

Dr. Paul Finkelman will present the Rydell Public Lecture on Monday, Feb. 20 On Monday, Feb. 20, Dr. Paul Finkelman will present the 2022-23 Rydell Professorship Public Lecture, Thomas Jefferson: Apostle of Liberty or Father of American Racism? The provocative and timely discussion reflects Dr. Finkelman’s work as a prolific scholar of American legal history, […]

Coming of Age at Gustavus. Coming Home to Gustavus.

The cast and crew of Spring Awakening, running from Feb. 23-26 at the Anderson Theatre. The year is 2011. Seniors and roommates Kimberley Braun, Lydia Francis, and Samuel Grace, who met as first-years in the campus production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, are preparing for the inevitable time when […]

Eating With Intentionality at Gustavus

What's the rush? Taking time to enjoy and think about food is more rewarding. The love for food runs deep throughout the Gustavus campus. The romanticization for home cooking, the good ol’ reliable chicken strip-and-fries combo, and the adornment for the STEAMeries sammies (can’t go wrong with the Cuban), unite the student body and faculty […]