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2017 Wallenberg Lecture to Focus on Climate Refugees

Cornell's María Cristina García will present on February 28 at 7 p.m. in Wallenberg Auditorium.

Ericka Huggins to Give Keynote Speech at Gustavus

Huggins, a human rights activist and former political prisoner, will be reflecting on her own life experiences and her leadership in the Black Panther Party to discuss the organization of grassroots social justice movements. The talk is titled, "Igniting a Grassroots movement in the 21st Century."

Gustavus Women in Leadership Boot Camp Prepares Students for Professional Life

Thirty-eight students recently took part in an intensive, three-day boot camp at business locations across the Twin Cities.

January Interim Experience Research Course Builds Connections to the Past

15 Gustavus Adolphus College students took an in-depth look at their family history during their intensive, four-week class.

Blog: Severson Reflects on Time Away, Looks to Path Ahead

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.

Two Young Alumnae Receive Physical Education Teaching Awards

Gustavus grads were named the Minnesota Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and Minnesota Aquatics Teacher of the Year this fall.

Dispatch from DC: Inauguration Politics with Professor Kate Knutson

Gusties witnessed both the inauguration and the Women’s March during their January class, Inauguration Politics

Gustavus Acts Co-Chairs on Making the Plan

Co-chairs of the Strategic Action Team on the process and promise of developing the Gustavus Acts Strategic Plan.

Blog: Severson Visits San Pedro de Atacama

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.

Blog: Severson’s Second Week in Chile

The Gustavus student experiences a new culture -- and a new way of looking at the world -- during her January travels.