Upcoming Events – October and November

Posted on October 1st, 2013 by


Keep an eye on the Gustavus Athletics webpage this fall for scores from your favorite Gustie athletic teams, and check out when the Gustie athletes may be competing near you in the next few months.

October 1 and 2 – Watch the 49th Nobel Conference “The Universe at Its Limits” on campus or live streamed online.

October 9St. Peter Gustie Breakfast with Pearl Leonard-Rock, Director of Multicultural Programs and the Diversity Center

October 11-13Gustavus Family Weekend and Celebrate Saint Peter Day on campus

October 16Twin Cities Gustie Breakfast at the American Swedish Institute with President Ohle

October 19-22 – Fall Break

October 23 – Gustavus Networking Event: Register at https://gustavus.edu/alumni/events/networking.php


Due November 1 – Here’s your chance to recognize an outstanding alumnus and/or friend of Gustavus who has done something extraordinary, or has notably advanced and aided the College.  Nominations for annual alumni awards are due November 1st.  Please make nominations online at https://gustavus.edu/alumni/awards/

November 2 – Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet and Ceremony: Register at gustavus.edu/forms/athletics-hall-of-fame-2013

November 13St. Peter Gustie Breakfast with Megan Ruble

November 14 – Washington DC Chapter Event

November 16 – Gustavus Library Associates invites you to join friends, family, and alumni to celebrate A Royal Affair on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bloomington, MN. This evening of merriment, wonderful food, creative auctions, music, and dancing, raises funds for the Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library at Gustavus. When you support this event, you are helping maintain an important resource for students as they prepare for lives of leadership and service in our communities. Make reservations at items at bidpal.net/royalaffair13 or by calling 507-933-7550.

November 17-19

“Explore Your Life’s Calling,” a retreat for alumni who are in the “third chapter” of their lives (pre-retirement and retirement) to consider the “big questions” of identity, meaning, and purpose in life, will be held at Spirit in the Desert Retreat Center in Carefree, Arizona, November 17–19. For more information, visit www.spiritinthedesert.org/your-life-calling.html, or contact Dr. Chris Johnson ’85, director for vocation and integrative learning in the Gustavus Center for Servant Leadership (phone 507-933-7159, or e-mail cjohnso5@gustavus.edu).

November 19 – Passion for Lifelong Learning “JFK Assassination: The Myth and Legend” at the American Swedish Institute

November 20Twin Cities Gustie Breakfast with Megan Ruble

November 27 – December 1 – Thanksgiving Break


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