Entries tagged with ‘newspaper’

Factoid Friday

Following the 1963 Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm, Gustavus representatives met with Nobel Foundation officials, asking them to endorse an annual science conference at the College and to allow use of the Nobel name to establish credibility and high standards. At the urging of several prominent Nobel Laureates, the foundation granted the request and the […]

Words of Wisdom

“We do well to stop sometimes and recall the early struggles and thank God for ultimate results and blessings. Although we did things on a small scale and with greater hardships, nevertheless we trained men and women for greater usefulness in state, church, and society in general. Today our former students are found in every […]

Tuesday Trivia: Answered!

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 […]