@Gustavus Newsletter

January 2013


National Chapter Events

National chapter events for alumni, parents, and friends are scheduled for the 2012–13 academic year and will focus on the College’s pillar of “Teaching and Learning.” You will have an opportunity to remember and discuss favorite teachers and mentors and hear a campus and Campaign Gustavus update. January chapter events: January 29 – The Phoenix […]


2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture

Gustavus will host Professor Cathy Cohen, author and professor in political science at the University of Chicago, for the 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture on Jan. 21.  Cohen is one of the nation’s leading scholars of race and politics, and is the recipient of numerous awards for her work.  She is the author […]


Gustavus Musicians to Travel over Touring Break to Southwest and Midwest

As many students head home for Touring Break (a short break between January Interim and the start of second semester), Gustie musicians will head out on their annual music tours. The Gustavus Choir will be tour in the Southwestern United States, and the Gustavus Wind Orchestra will be traveling the Midwest: The Gustavus Choir will […]


Update Your Information with the Gustavus Alumni Association

Have you not received the The Gustavus Quarterly in a while? Would you prefer that our e-mails come to a different address? Have you recently moved, married, graduated, changed jobs, had children, published a book, gone on a trip with other Gusties, etc.? The Gustavus Alumni Association likes to keep up to date with all […]


Events from the Center for Servant Leadership

The Center for Servant Leadership is heading into its third year and they continue to inspire the Gustavus community with unique opportunities and ideas on how to live a life of meaning, passion, purpose. This semester, the CSL continues to reach out to the Gustavus alumni community with various opportunities. Dream Job Workshop Learn how […]


Travel with Gustavus to Central Europe

Experience Central Europe with Gustavus professor emeritus of history Dr. Tom Emmert from Sept. 10 to 21, 2013. The journey is focused around three showpiece cities of Central Europe: Prague, Vienna, and Budapest. This 12-day Gustavus study tour combines learning, exploring, leisure, lecture, food, and arts. Initial registration is requested by Feb. 1, 2013. For […]


Upcoming Events

January 2 – Gustavus Athletic events begin again. Check the schedule of your favorite sports and see if you can attend a game or meet during January. January 7 – January Term Begins       January 9 and 16 – The January Gustie Breakfasts will feature Kathy Lund Dean, Board of Trustees Distinguished Chair […]