From Greg ’81 and Karen (Setterberg) Langmo ’82 of Langmo Farms, one of Minnesota’s largest producers of turkeys.
Headlines speak of migration crises across the world and of undocumented immigrants crossing borders closer to home. Author, historian, and director of the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota Erika Lee challenges us to look to the past, drawing parallels between United States history and the current global crisis, asking us to […]
A record crowd attended the 2016 Great Gustie Gathering. This year's Homecoming also celebrated 100 seasons of football. For more, visit Twitter and Instagram: #gogusties #goldandblacktakemeback #gustiehomecoming The Great Gustie Gathering 2016 brought a record crowd of alumni, parents, and friends to campus Saturday to celebrate their years at Gustavus as well as 100 seasons of […]
Held September 27-28, this year’s conference will bring together economists and scholars to discuss the topic “In Search of Economic Balance.”
Lee helped develop audience and social media strategy for the Nobel Conference, and he played a little soccer too.
Despite the prolonged suspension of his citizenship status, Antonio Gomez ’14 continues to move forward with tenacity and talent.
An essay by Chris Farrell, senior economics contributor for American Public Media’s Marketplace, on how economics helps us make sense of society’s knottiest issues—questions that go to the heart of American and global life.
A conversation between Gustavus economics professor and graduate Jeff Owen ’92, renowned economist Deirdre McCloskey (Owen’s graduate school advisor), and Gustavus Adolphus College.
The 52nd Nobel Conference brings leading economists to Gustavus Adolphus College to explore today’s economics questions: Does inequality matter? Can we bring the prosperity of advanced economies to the rest of the world? How do we grow economies to benefit most, if not all? It all depends on where you start, say the economists attending the conference.
Former Gustavus Adolphus College Athletic Director James “Moose” Malmquist ’53 died Wednesday morning at the age of 85. Funeral arrangements are being made and will be announced soon.