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Gustavus Adolphus College’s 44th annual Christmas in Christ Chapel worship services are set to take place Friday, Dec. 2 through Sunday, Dec. 4. This year’s theme is “Ubuntu, Jesu: From the Cradle of Humankind to the Ends of the Earth.”
Students can now receive tailored career guidance by choosing from one or more of seven career interest clusters, including a "still deciding" option.
For six weeks, Ngabirano helped build and lead the inaugural Gustavus Academy for Faith, Science, and Ethics.
His experiences on the hill have allowed him to discover his vocation, play on the Golden Gusties football team, and – most recently – to spend the summer on an archaeological dig in Portugal after winning the College’s Kehm Smith Award.
Gustavus dance professor Michele Rusinko is connecting alumni, her family, and one of her closest friends to explore aging at the Minnesota Fringe Festival August 4-14.
Healthcare, education, government, finance, big brands—we’re there. Gusties are everywhere. But we are in some places more than others. One of those places is Minnesota (obviously). Minnesota Gusties are working hard to make Minnesota’s economy one of the healthiest in the nation. As a state, Minnesota has more Fortune 500 companies per capita than any other, so […]
CORE VALUE: EXCELLENCE. Kendra Frey’s choice to perform at the highest level possible within her multiple passions made her an exceptional candidate for medical school. She was accepted into several programs, and heads to the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in the fall. (Photo: Becca Sabot) (Shine profiles celebrate members of the Gustavus […]
Gustavus senior Haley Bell and art professor Kristen Lowe spent much of January outside their comfort zone. Instead of collaborating in the art studio, the pair traded their smocks for safety goggles and spent the month in professor Scott Bur’s chemistry lab.
Students in English professor Baker Lawley’s January Interim class wasted no time getting down to business. From the first day of the course, the group would have just 20 class sessions to edit, publish, and launch the first issue of Razor Literary Magazine.
Gustavus is using grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to implement six project-based January Interim Experience courses that explore the digital humanities.