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Students Win Deloitte Accounting Case Competition for Fourth Year

The competition challenges students to solve real-life problems in the world of accounting.

Christmas in Christ Chapel 2021: “We Shall Go Forth Singing”

The annual CinCC worship services celebrate resilience, light, and the power of song while welcoming an in-person audience to Christ Chapel.

Gustavus Awarded $498,005 Grant from National Endowment for the Humanities

The sizable grant will advance a series of humanities-based initiatives at Gustavus.

Study Away Programs Persist Despite Pandemic

As international borders re-open to students, Gusties abroad are having eye-opening experiences of a world emerging from a pandemic.

Astrid Axtman ’22 Named Finalist for the 2022-2023 Schwarzman Scholarship

The highly selective program funds a year-long master’s program in global affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Navy Vet Sees World, Returns Home to Study at Gustavus

Chris Marlatt's U.S. Navy journey spanned a dozen years, four continents, and prepared him for success in the classroom and in life.

Former President Dr. James Peterson ’64 Dies at 78

The alumnus led the Science Museum of Minnesota for nearly two decades before returning to serve as Gustavus president from 2003-2008.

Exemplary Employees Honored at Founders Day Celebration

The celebration, marking the 145th anniversary of the College’s relocation to Saint Peter, Minn., was held in Christ Chapel on October 29.

Josie Bierbaum ’23 Earns Scholarship in Analytics

The scholarship from MinneAnalytics supports Bierbaum’s research in data mining and machine learning.

Student Researchers Share Passions at Fall Research Symposium

Gustavus Adolphus College students and professors gathered for a collaborative event to highlight current and past Gustie research.