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Housing Advocacy from Saint Peter to Capitol Hill

Gustavus junior Marie Osuna reflects on a recent trip to Washington D.C. to advocate for affordable housing with Habitat for Humanity.

Memorial for Former ELCA Presiding Bishop Herbert Chilstrom

The first-ever presiding bishop of the ELCA, Rev. Dr. Herbert Chilstrom, passed away Jan 19. A memorial service takes place on Sat., Feb. 15.

Theory Meets Practice in Applied Marketing Course

“We talk about real-life marketing all day, every day," says the instructor of the in-depth class that is exploring marketing for start-ups.

Students Design Their Futures in January Career Course

From building a resume to visiting employers to hearing from successful alumni, students in the class are jumpstarting their career journeys.

Class Time is Game Time in January Mathematics Course

Tabletop Game Design is a unique January Interim Experience course where students learn math and strategy while creating their own game.

Donzaleigh Abernathy Highlights MLK Events

Raised on the front lines of the Civil Rights movement, Donzaleigh Abernathy will lecture about growing up with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.

Four Questions with Immigration Historian Maddalena Marinari

The Gustavus professor has a new book out exploring the history of U.S. immigration policy and how it has informed today's world.

Model UN Students Recognized for Diplomacy

The Gustavus Model UN team had a successful outing at a recent conference in Chicago.

Gustavus Looks Back on 2019

From moving into new spaces in the Nobel Hall to launching an ambitious comprehensive campaign, it's been a year of progress and growth at Gustavus.

Renowned Civil War Historian Creates Endowed Professorship

Pulitzer Prize winning Civil War historian and 1958 Gustavus alumnus Dr. James McPherson endowed the new professorship in American History.