Archive for Stephanie Ash

A Wonderful Reunion Weekend

“You get here, and you start telling stories, and it feels just like yesterday.”

Commencement Recap, 2017

The Class of 2017 graduates! Photo by Nick Theisen ’13.   On May 28, 2017, degrees were conferred upon the graduates of the class of 2017 at the 155th Commencement exercises of Gustavus Adolphus College. It was a sunny and windy day—“appropriate weather for a Gustie graduation”—quipped Rev. Dan Poffenberger ’82, chair of the Board of […]

Professor Eric Carlson on Emotional History

Dr. Eric Carlson, the 2016 recipient of the Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching, at the 2016 Commencement.   (Editor’s note: The Edgar M. Carlson Award was established by the Gustavus Board of Trustees in 1971 to honor former President Edgar Carlson for his years of distinguished leadership and his commitment to academic excellence. At […]

Keep Asking: Retiring Professors and their Continuous Questioning

Retiring professors Jim Welsh, Deborah Goodwin, and Doug Huff offer up a question they will continue to ask—and hope we will too.

Gustie Cup Doubles in Size and Prize Money

The competition creates space for Gustavus students to dream their innovative ideas into action. The 2017 Cup takes place Saturday, May 13.

4 Questions for Charles Baxter

The celebrated Minnesota fiction writer gives a free public reading at the Melva Lind Interpretive Center on Tuesday, April 25, from 7–8 p.m.

SHINE: Nathalee Boissiere

Gustie Softball opened with two wins this Saturday. Boissiere, who was All-Conference last year, is back in the dugout as an assistant coach.

Dispatch from DC: Inauguration Politics with Professor Kate Knutson

Gusties witnessed both the inauguration and the Women’s March during their January class, Inauguration Politics

Gustavus Acts Co-Chairs on Making the Plan

Co-chairs of the Strategic Action Team on the process and promise of developing the Gustavus Acts Strategic Plan.

The Next Four Years

What these five students will experience will be different than those who have come before. They will grow as the College grows. And yet they will be Gusties: caring, daring, and smart.