Entries tagged with ‘Gustavian Weekly’

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Tuesday Trivia: Special Edition!

This week’s Tuesday Trivia question is a quiz written by Mary Beth Henderson ’79 as a Weekly article.  It is a quiz to see if you are really are a Golden Gustie… well are you? Take it and see!

Blast from the Past

Before he was playing Adam Braverman on NBC’s ‘Parenthood’ or Nate Fisher on HBO’s ‘Six Feet Under,’ Peter Krause ’87 was auditioning for roles at Gustavus. The Weekly captured him auditioning for a role in a 1985 Gustavus Theatre and Dance production of Antigone.

Words of Wisdom

“We are in a community in which we’re given every opportunity and encouragement to make the most of ourselves and each other. While it doesn’t make the injustices and inequalities of life any more fair, we’re afforded less friction and resistance to make those changes. Thank you to all those who help.” Weston Cutter ’01 […]

Words of Wisdom

“Wherever you go after Gustavus, to the gaping jaws of the big-city life in Minneapolis or St. Paul, to a university, or to the remotest part of Central America, live deliberately. We only get one life-term.” Eric Boyum ’06 Weekly December 5, 2003

Words of Wisdom

“Daily Chapel, the Nobel Conference, and Christmas in Christ Chapel  — what all these have in common is that they have made Gustavus truly unique in the vast sea of American colleges and universities.”   Yoshi Ludwig ’07 Gustavian Weekly, October 31, 2003

Words of Wisdom

“I guess what I’m saying is that, for better or for worse, it’s not possible to escape the unique environment that Gustavus presents. If you’re here then you’ve already been changed by it. Complain all you want about the quirks that make this place what it is: there’s nothing more to do than embrace the […]

Words of Wisdom

“Much discussion prevails concerning the first Nobel Symposium, which is attracting several known Nobel Laureates and many local and not-so-local followers to our little hill. Apparent student interest is indicated by the demand for tickets required for certain lectures. Interest of faculty members, also involved in the present winter term session, is shown by certain […]