@Gustavus Newsletter

September 2015


Homecoming 2015: The Great Gustie Gathering & “Campaign Gustavus” Closing Celebration

Every autumn, Gusties of all generations return to the Hill for the Great Gustie Gathering known as Homecoming. So get out your Gustie gear and make your way to St. Peter on Saturday, September 26 for a full day of celebrating all that is awesome about Gustavus. Here is just a sampling of what’s on […]


Special Lecture Preview: Nobel Conference 51

Join Gustavus on Sunday, October 4 at the American Swedish Institute for a special preview lecture for Nobel Conference 51: Addiction, Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition. Hear Nobel Conference 51 presenter Marc Lewis, PhD (author and developmental psychologist at Radbound University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands) give his lecture titled “Can Neuroscience Help Us Understand […]


Twin Cities Gustie Lunch: Monthly Speaker Series

The Twin Cities Gustie Breakfast series is changing. On the third Wednesday of the month, beginning in September, Metro area alumni and friends are invited to the Twin Cities Gustie Lunch: Monthly Speaker Series at the American Swedish Institute. We’re bringing together alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who embody the five core values of the […]


Cocktails at the Castle: All Strings Attached

Visit the Gustavus Suite at the American Swedish Institute as part of Cocktails at the Castle on Friday, September 11! Cocktails at the Castles is a wildly popular adult-only program featuring good food, music, and fun activities. The theme for this event is “All Strings Attached” to celebrate its current exhibitions, Amp Up! The Hagstrom Guitar […]


Gustavus Mentoring Program: Engaging for Success

The mission of the mentoring program is to provide Gustavus students with individual guidance on their career and vocation journey. It is our hope that the mentoring pairs will develop a meaningful relationship, there will be measurable personal or professional growth for both the mentor and the mentee, and that discernment of career and vocation […]