Archive for Marie Osuna

Gustavus Voter Engagement Team Wins Democracy Shark Tank

The Gustavus Voter Engagement Team has developed a series of educational events and get-out-the-vote efforts across campus.

New Series Tackles History of Race and Christianity in U.S.

Religion professor Sarah Ruble has developed an eight-part series exploring race and Christianity throughout the nation's history.

CANCELED: 2020 Moe Lecture to Explore Reporting in the Margins

Murrow Award-winning investigative reporter Aura Bogado will give the free public lecture on Tuesday, March 10 at 7 p.m.

Poetic Professors Read and Celebrate Latest Publications

English professors Rebecca Fremo and Phil Bryant gave a reading as part of the Bards in the Arb series last week.

Housing Advocacy from Saint Peter to Capitol Hill

Gustavus junior Marie Osuna reflects on a recent trip to Washington D.C. to advocate for affordable housing with Habitat for Humanity.

Gustavus Wins Deloitte Accounting Competition

The team of Gustie students won the audit case competition for the third time in the contest's five-year history.

Gustie Entrepreneurs Build, Grow, and Win

Gustie-run companies JockLab and School Shark recently won an entrepreneurship competition and start-up funding to spur further growth.

Gustie Volunteers Build Community Over Fall Break

A group of nine students volunteered on a Habitat for Humanity build in Hibbing, Minnesota, over fall break.

Monali Bhakta ’20: Embracing and Creating Change

The Gustavus senior has served others as an intern for Senator Amy Klobuchar and through a variety of campus leadership roles.

Classics Hosts Lecture on Native American Writing

Dr. Craig Williams explored the intersection of Native American writing and Greek and Roman classics.