Entries tagged with ‘covid-19’

Study Away Programs Persist Despite Pandemic

As international borders re-open to students, Gusties abroad are having eye-opening experiences of a world emerging from a pandemic.

Students Create Videos Documenting Life During COVID-19

The videos were a project for Paul Estenson’s January Term class, Economics in the Media

SSRC Grant Explores COVID-19’s Impact on Marginalized Communities

Professor Maddalena Marinari is partnering on a project to explore the impact of COVID-19 on African, Asian, and Latinx immigrants and refugees.

Gustavus Ninth-Semester Tuition-Free Guarantee

Small class sizes, hands-on learning, and discussion-based courses are hallmarks of the liberal arts education at Gustavus Adolphus College. Equally important to Gusties are the connections they make on campus—connections nurtured by the warm, welcoming, close-knit atmosphere that results from our 24/7 learning and living experience. We know that the 2020-2021 academic year will look […]

Gustavus Welcomes Class of 2024

Social distancing, masks, and the indomitable Gustie Spirit set the tone for the beginning of a historic year on the hill.

Not the First Time Without Gustie Athletics

In this photo, Gustie head football coach Tuddie Lindenberg bids farewell to the Gustavus enlisted Naval servicemen during the 1944 season. That season featured seven non-conference games. Once the servicemen returned to campus after World War II, Coach Tuddie led the 1945 Gusties to the MIAC championship with a perfect 4-0 MIAC record (6-0 overall). […]

Gustavus Announces Fall Semester Calendar Change

Classes will begin one week early on September 2 and the College will transition to online course delivery after Thanksgiving.

Dunna Selected as Class of 2020 Commencement Speaker

Commencement, originally scheduled for Saturday, May 30, has been postponed to a date to be determined.

Frontline Gusties Confront the Coronavirus Pandemic

These doctors and nurses are putting their Gustavus education to work helping others during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Sometimes you just have to ride through the waves of uncertainty and stay hopeful.”

A senior checks in with other seniors as they work to complete their final semester under unprecedented circumstances and away from the hill.