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Gustavus Looks Back on 2019

From moving into new spaces in the Nobel Hall to launching an ambitious comprehensive campaign, it's been a year of progress and growth at Gustavus.

Renowned Civil War Historian Creates Endowed Professorship

Pulitzer Prize winning Civil War historian and 1958 Gustavus alumnus Dr. James McPherson endowed the new professorship in American History.

Investment Club Pays It Forward

The student-run E. Terry Skone Investment Club plays the market and uses its profits to provide scholarships for fellow Gusties.

Hanaa Alhosawi Crowned 2019 St. Lucia

The 79th annual Festival of St. Lucia took place at Gustavus on Thursday, Dec. 12.

Gustavus Celebrates Festival of St. Lucia This Thursday

The 79th annual celebration will take place at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12 in Christ Chapel.

Mikka McCracken Pairs Justice, Service, Faith as ELCA Executive

The 2009 graduate and winner of the Gustavus First Decade Award has been named the Executive for Innovation and Director of the ELCA Leadership Lab.

Annual Christmas in Christ Chapel Worship Services Set For This Weekend

The 47th annual Christmas in Christ Chapel worship services take place December 5 through December 8.

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.

A Royal Affair Raises $500,000+ for Library, Scholarships

Saturday night's biennial gala featured entertainment by emcee Peter Breitmayer '87 and Grammy-winning jazz singer Kurt Elling '89.

Service Defines Military Life, Future Plans for Joe May

Joe May served 13 years as a corpsman in the US Navy. Now he's applying his life experiences to his coursework as a Gustavus nursing major.