Entries tagged with ‘2007’
Recent graduates Pete Schwingler '05, Hailey Harren '07, Krista Hiner '07, and Derek Hilding '10 say that their undergraduate experience at Gustavus Adolphus College prepared them to excel in law school and in the professional world.
A number of current and former Gustavus students and faculty will be performing and directing at the 2012 Minnesota Fringe Festival, which will take place August 2-12 at various locations in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The Economic and Management Department's Alumni Mentoring Program is providing Gustavus students with important internships, job shadows, networking opportunities, and job interviews. The program is hoping to expand to other departments on campus in the near future.
Several Gustavus Adolphus College alumni have started a new improv venture that is not only aimed at entertaining audiences, but also at increasing civic engagement and encouraging people to think about bigger issues.
Brian Evans, a 2007 alumnus of Gustavus Adolphus College, now in his fourth season with the Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater Company, has won the 2010 SAGE Award in the category of "Outstanding Performer." The winners were announced at the annual Minnesota SAGE Awards Dinner on Sept. 14 at the Southern Theatre in Minneapolis.
Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater (SPDT) will perform four works from its nationally-acclaimed repertory Saturday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. at Gustavus Adolphus College’s Anderson Theatre.
Several Gustavus Adolphus College alumni recently represented the United States of America at the 2010 World Bandy Championships in Moscow, Russia, Jan. 24-31.
Imagine trying to organize a birthday party for more than five million people. That is essentially what two Gustavus Adolphus College alumni, Tane Danger '07 and Claire Plank '07, and a current Gustavus senior, Laura Baratto, were hired to do.
A current student and a recent graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College who are brothers were involved in a fatal car accident over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Richard Insley, 23, a 2007 graduate of the college died in the accident.
You won't find Michael Lynch going around and bragging to all his Gustie buddies about how, when he walks across the stage Sunday to pick up his diploma, he'll probably have the most interesting historical tie to the college — he's just not that kind of guy.