Entries tagged with ‘admits’

Gusties Embrace their Day at the Capitol Opportunities

Gustie students start their Day at the Capitol. A large contingent of Gustavus students trekked to St. Paul on March 14 to help convince state legislators to keep making Minnesota colleges more affordable. The annual Day at the Capitol event—a return to a format that hadn’t happened since before the pandemic—saw 46 Gustie undergraduates fan […]

Gustavus Track Star Exemplifies the Student-Athlete

Birgen Nelson clears her final hurdle at the 2022 Division III NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Success in college requires determination, consistency, resiliency—and help. As Birgen Nelson ’23 heads into her final indoor track meet before moving on to the next athletic and academic levels, she’s embraced and personified all these qualities and positioned herself for […]

Gusties Showcase Research at the State Capitol

Carley Swanson-Garro '23 describes her research project to a visitor during the 2023 Scholars Day at the Capitol “But will I ever use this in my job?” is a question students have asked for as long as there have been post-graduate career paths. On Feb. 15, two Gustavus students showcased research projects at the Minnesota […]

Coming of Age at Gustavus. Coming Home to Gustavus.

The cast and crew of Spring Awakening, running from Feb. 23-26 at the Anderson Theatre. The year is 2011. Seniors and roommates Kimberley Braun, Lydia Francis, and Samuel Grace, who met as first-years in the campus production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, are preparing for the inevitable time when […]

Eating With Intentionality at Gustavus

What's the rush? Taking time to enjoy and think about food is more rewarding. The love for food runs deep throughout the Gustavus campus. The romanticization for home cooking, the good ol’ reliable chicken strip-and-fries combo, and the adornment for the STEAMeries sammies (can’t go wrong with the Cuban), unite the student body and faculty […]

Gustavus J-Term Highlights Experience and Experimentation

Students in the Identity, Resistance and Liberation in Cambodia and Vietnam J-Term class receive a lesson in cultural cuisine. With each new January comes the opportunity for the Gustavus community to depart from the standard semester class structures and calendar and take the month to try something different. J-Term is when students and faculty spend […]

Gustavus to Establish Initial Master’s Program

Athletic trainers help an injured Gustie hockey player during a recent game. Gustavus officials have announced the school’s first-ever master’s degree program for students interested in careers in athletic training and related fields. The College’s new Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program will address current and projected labor shortages and changing national certification requirements for […]

Cristina Sirbu ’24 Named 2022 St. Lucia

Gustavus sophomore Christina Sirbu ’24 was named this year's St. Lucia during the Dec. 8 festival in Christ Chapel.

Gustavus to Receive Grant to Expand STEM Inclusivity

The award will be supplemented with similar efforts for non-STEM programs.

Gustavus recognized for student voter participation

Building upon the school’s impressive track record of robust student voter participation, Gustavus has been recognized as one of 394 colleges nationwide recognized for its efforts to increase nonpartisan democratic engagement in the 2022 elections. The national ALL IN Most Engaged Campuses for College Student Voting campaign helps colleges and universities make intentional efforts to increase student […]