Tuesday Trivia

Posted on September 4th, 2012 by

The May 1, 1895 Gustavian

The March 1, 1902 Gustavus Adolphus Journal
















Before the Greeks we know today became official fraternities and sororities, many of them were literary and debating society’s (and a few “secret” ones as well) who printed their own newspapers with their minutes. An official all-college newspaper can trace it’s roots back to the the names of Gustaviana (1890-1895) and The Gustavus Adolphus Journal (1896-1903) and were only published a few times a year.

Needless to say, the college newspaper has changed name many times. Which of these titles WAS a name of a predecessor of The Gustavian Weekly? Was it:

A. College Breezes  

B. News from the Hill

C.  Gustavus Reporter  

D. The G.A. Monthly

The answer will be posted at 6:00 p.m. CST.


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