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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.

Gustie Entrepreneurs Build, Grow, and Win

Gustie-run companies JockLab and School Shark recently won an entrepreneurship competition and start-up funding to spur further growth.

Three Gusties Win National Gilman Scholarship

The competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship supports students as they study across the globe.

Physics Department To Host Star Party This Friday

Visit Olin Hall on Friday, November 8, from 7-10 p.m. for a variety of astronomy activities and stargazing from the Olin Hall Observatory.

Founders Day Honors Gustavus Heritage, Outstanding Employees

Scott Meyer, Heather Dale, and Dr. Tom LoFaro were honored with 2019 outstanding employee awards at Daily Sabbath.

Gustie Network, LinkedIn Lead to New Career for Young Alum

Maret Freeman '92 recruited Carolyn Del Vecchio '17 to a public policy career in Portland, ME, after the two connected on LinkedIn.

Gustie Volunteers Build Community Over Fall Break

A group of nine students volunteered on a Habitat for Humanity build in Hibbing, Minnesota, over fall break.

Film Explores Japanese Serving In Minnesota During WWII

The screening of The Registry will be followed by a question-and-answer panel featuring a filmmaker and documentary subject.

HES Professor and Alum Recognized with Teaching Awards

Professor Aaron Banks and alumna Kirsten Thisius Guentzel ’10 won awards at the 2019 MNSHAPE Conference on October 17.

Stoll Named to Power List of Top Analytical Scientists

The accolade is the latest in a long list for the Gustavus chemistry professor and his student research team.