Archive for Marie Osuna

Gustie Researcher Presents on Capitol Hill

Melanie Kistnasamy, Kai Welsh, and Cameron Gaspord will present at the Council on Undergraduate Research's virtual Posters on the Hill event.

Mentoring Program To Conclude Year with Virtual Event

The Mentoring Program's year-end program is available to all students, faculty, staff and alumni and will focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Students Create Videos Documenting Life During COVID-19

The videos were a project for Paul Estenson’s January Term class, Economics in the Media

Ja’de Lin Till Wins CLS Scholarship in Mandarin

The senior history major will continue to study Mandarin Chinese through a Critical Language Scholarship.

Nathan Baring Named Finalist for Truman Scholarship

The accomplished Gustavus junior is in the running for one of the most esteemed scholarships in the country.

Gustavus Junior Accepted into Public Service Fellowship Program

Political science major Christopher Oritz will attend the academic program at the University of Michigan this summer.

Four Questions with Gustie Novelist Tom Trondson ’88

Tom Trondson ’88 reflects on writing, tennis, and where the two intersect in his debut novel.

Abbie Doran crowned St. Lucia

The annual festival was broadcast to the greater Gustavus community on Thursday, December 10.

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.