Archive for Rachel McCarthy

Gustavus Lauded for Highly Successful Voter Action Plan

Through the work of many civic-minded Gusties, student voter turnout is the highest in recent College history.

Students Win Deloitte Accounting Case Competition for Fourth Year

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

Astrid Axtman ’22 Named Finalist for the 2022-2023 Schwarzman Scholarship

The highly selective program funds a year-long master’s program in global affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Exemplary Employees Honored at Founders Day Celebration

The celebration, marking the 145th anniversary of the College’s relocation to Saint Peter, Minn., was held in Christ Chapel on October 29.

Student Researchers Share Passions at Fall Research Symposium

Gustavus Adolphus College students and professors gathered for a collaborative event to highlight current and past Gustie research.

RECAP: Nobel Conference 57—Big Data REvolution

The second virtually-held Conference dealt with the triumphs and perils of having unprecedented amounts of data at our fingertips.

Career Expo Provides Opportunities for Students as Presenters and Professionals

Twenty-three student presenters shared their career experiences on campus and virtually over two days.

Out of Scandinavia Artist-in-Residence: Swedish Journalist Lawen Mohtadi to Visit Saint Peter

The writer and filmmaker will be in Saint Peter for a full week of programming from Friday, Oct. 15 to Thursday, Oct. 21.

Bryant ’73 Wins 2021 Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching

Dr. Phil Bryant ’73 English and African Studies professor Phil Bryant ’73 was named the winner of the 2021 Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching at the Gustavus Adolphus College Class of 2021 commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 13. “I feel very humbled and very privileged to receive this award,” Bryant said. “Not for […]

Aspiring Care Providers Drive Growth in Health Professions

The Office of Health Professions guides pre-health students from their first required class to their graduate school applications.