‘newswire-first’ Category

Melanie Kistnasamy ’22 Makes a Global Impact Locally

Melanie Kistnasamy's quest for environmentalism has taken her from the island of Mauritius to the Minnesota River Valley.

26th annual Building Bridges Conference set for Saturday

The annual student-run event will focus on collective liberation in this time of social upheaval.

Center for Inclusive Excellence Expands Opportunities, Space

The Gustavus Center for Inclusive Excellence recently moved into an expanded and renovated space and welcomed a new assistant director.

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.

Anh-Tuan Tong: Medical school journey began with family’s South Vietnamese flight

For many, the path to medical school is paved with uncertainties and challenges. And then there’s the journey of Anh-Tuan Tong ‘19 and his family.

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.

Lund Center Project to Break Ground This Spring

The expansion and renovation of Gustavus Adolphus College’s wellness and athletic facility begins in April 2021.

Five Questions with Campus Safety Director Frederick Smith

Smith recently joined the Gustavus community after serving across the country in a variety of law enforcement roles and settings.

Listen and Learn this Black History Month

Black history, experiences, and identities are explored in these curated podcast episodes from Learning for Life @ Gustavus.

Dr. Bernard Powers ’72: A Voice for the Voiceless

The director of the Center for the Study of Slavery at the College of Charleston discusses his life's work.