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Lang Wins 2023 Edgar M. Carlson Award

Dr. Martin Lang '95, has been teaching at Gustavus since 2005. Associate Professor Martin Lang ’95, was named the 2023 winner of the Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching at the Gustavus Adolphus commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 27. The award is the College’s highest honor for teaching excellence. Lang, who started teaching at […]

Gustavus Class of 2023 Celebrates Graduation Day

The Class of 23 celebrates all they've achieved during their Gustavus years. Photos from Gustavus Commencement Day 2023 can be found here. On a breezy, stellar spring day, the 544 members of the Gustavus Adolphus College Class of 2023 bade farewell to their college years before family, friends, faculty, staff, and special guests on Saturday, […]

Two Seniors to Give Gustavus Commencement Day Addresses

The Gustavus Class of 2023 Commencement ceremonies will be held on Saturday, May 27. When the Gustavus Class of 2023 graduates on Saturday, May 27, two classmates will serve as honored presenters at the day’s ceremonies. Keely Schuck will give this year’s Baccalaureate address at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. in Christ Chapel, and Mya […]

Class of 2023 To Celebrate Commencement May 27

Commencement 2023 begins at 1:45 p.m. on Hollingsworth Field. The 544 students of the Gustavus Adolphus College Class of 2023 will graduate on Saturday, May 27, with an on-campus  commencement ceremony beginning at 1:45 p.m. on Hollingsworth Field. The majority of the graduates started at Gustavus in the fall of 2019, spending most of their […]

A Special Graduation for One Gustavus Athlete

Heather Olinger '23 with friends Kira Krolak and Erin Schneewind. When the Gustavus Class of 2023 walks the stage this week at Commencement, one senior will be uniquely grateful to join her friends and classmates on Graduation Day. Heather Olinger ’23 has had a final semester unlike any other. It began in January when the […]

Joaquin Villanueva Wins 2023 Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award

Assistant Professor Joaquin Villanueva is in his 10th year at Gustavus. Gustavus Adolphus College Associate Professor and Co-Chair of Environment Geography and Earth Sciences (EGE) Joaquin Villanueva received the 2023 Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award at the College’s annual Honors Day Convocation on Saturday, May 6.  The award is nominated by the Gustavus faculty and is […]

Gustavus Completes Record-Breaking Fundraising Campaign

The campaign raised $228 million for a variety of projects and initiatives. Gustavus Adolphus College announced the successful completion of Show the World, the largest comprehensive fundraising campaign in the College’s history. At the annual Celebration of Philanthropy on Friday, May 12, the College announced that Show the World raised $228 million in new gifts […]

Gustavus Sorority Helps Fight Childhood Cancer

The 2023 Theta Xi Gamma fundraising event raised more than $11,450 for the Pinky Swear Foundation. A Gustavus sorority recently demonstrated how the College’s core values uplift the people who need them the most. On Sunday, April 23, the Theta Xi Gamma sorority hosted its annual brunch and silent auction for the Pinky Swear Foundation. A total of […]

How Hip-Hop Informs Philosophy at Gustavus

Jon Ivan Gill, AKA Gilead7, just released a new album, Art/Space. One of the main challenges for many liberal arts faculty in the 2020s is how to make classic, often ancient, wisdom and theories relevant to the modern world and the undergraduates who inhabit it. Gustavus assistant professor of Philosophy Jon Ivan Gill has accomplished […]

Gustavus MAYDAY! Teach-In Focuses on U.S. Education

The annual conference will feature a new teach-in format. Gustavus Adolphus College will present its annual MAYDAY! Peace Conference, featuring a new teach-in format, on Wednesday, May 3 with the timely theme, The Future of U.S. Education: Who decides what gets taught? The event will run from 10-11:20 a.m. in Alumni Hall in the OJ […]