Entries tagged with ‘admits’

New Jazz Touring Endowment Honors Dr. Steve Wright

A generous gift from Mike Johander '99 and his family will support touring opportunities for Gustavus jazz students.

Learning for Life @ Gustavus Podcast Celebrates 100th Episode

Hosted by Gustavus history professor Greg Kaster, the podcast has been streamed in 43 countries and 45 states.

January Term Reflections

Gustavus alumni who also serve as faculty and staff at the College reflect on their own January Term experiences.

MLK Memorial Lecture Addresses History of Racism in Medicine

Gustavus Adolphus College is pleased to welcome Dr. Carolyn Roberts virtually as the 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Speaker. Her talk, Historical Roots of Racism in Science and Medicine, will take place Monday, January 17 at 10 a.m. CST as a livestream webinar. As Rev. Dr. King said, “Of all the forms of inequality, […]

Gustavus Lauded for Highly Successful Voter Action Plan

Through the work of many civic-minded Gusties, student voter turnout is the highest in recent College history.

Gustavus Looks Back on 2021

From two commencement ceremonies to the return of in-person classes, fine arts events, and athletics, 2021 was a historic celebration of resilience.

Pick-up Soccer Group Fosters Cross-Campus Connections

Noontime Boom Time, a growing lunchtime gathering on Hollingsworth Field, brings diverse Gusties together — a prime example of community in action.

Neptun Named 2021 St. Lucia

The sophomore communication studies major was selected through a campuswide vote.

Melanie Kistnasamy ’22 Makes a Global Impact Locally

Melanie Kistnasamy's quest for environmentalism has taken her from the island of Mauritius to the Minnesota River Valley.

Anh-Tuan Tong: Medical school journey began with family’s South Vietnamese flight

For many, the path to medical school is paved with uncertainties and challenges. And then there’s the journey of Anh-Tuan Tong ‘19 and his family.