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Teaching and Learning: Liz McCabe ‘18

The recent graduate is teaching an energetic group of first-grade students -- and completing her master's degree in education.

Six Questions with Opera Singer Sarah Leuwerke ’99

Gustavus Adolphus College alum Sarah Leuwerke returns to perform opera pieces that tell stories relevant to the world today.

Conflict Leads to Opportunity for Gustavus Army Veteran

As a soldier, father, and student, Charles Maxfield brings his experiences to the classroom as he seeks opportunities for fellow veterans.

Former Gustavus Postdoc Named Curator at Smithsonian

Sam Vong, who served as the College's inaugural Bruce Gray Postdoctoral Fellow, is now Curator of Asian Pacific American Studies at the Smithsonian.

1968 Teach-In Explores The Legacy of Protest

Professors from four different areas offered an interdisciplinary look at the legacy of 1968's historic protests.

Mentoring Program Kicks Off With Opening Reception

The 2018-2019 Gustavus Mentoring Program connects over 300 students with alumni mentors in their future field.

Gustavus Celebrates Founders Day, Recognizes Outstanding Employees

Three exemplary employees were honored at the annual Founders Day celebration in Christ Chapel on October 30.

Sports Psychology Workshops Offered for Athletes, Performers

Dr. Hayley Russell of the Department of Health and Exercise Science will lead a four-workshop series addressing sports and performance psychology.

Three Questions with Scandinavian Folklore Expert Stephen Mitchell

The Robert S. And Else Friend Professor of Scandinavian and Folklore at Harvard University will offer a free public lecture on Oct. 25.

Dance Workshop Focuses on Movement, Mindfulness

Israeli instructor Michal Shahak led students through a healing through movement workshop on Tuesday, October 9.