Gustavus Adolphus College

Christmas in Christ Chapel Worship Services Set for Dec. 4-6

Christmas in Christ Chapel's 2015 theme is "Shalom, Salaam, Bethlehem" and will take the audience on a journey, joining the global travelers and residents of Bethlehem, Palestine, to celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace and give voice to our shared hope for peace in this world.

Jacob Stern ’16: Balancing Science and Swimming

Determined. Team Player. Motivated. As a student-athlete in his senior year, Jacob Stern encompasses all of these qualities and more. By balancing academics with athletics, he's preparing for the next step towards medical school.

Herchran Singh ’17: Nobel Conference Networking Leads to Research at USC

Volunteering at the Nobel Conference led to a research experience at USC, a relationship with leading neuroscientists Antonio and Hanna Damasio, and a connection with Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel for Gustavus Adolphus College student Herchran Singh.

Social Justice Theatre Troupe Celebrates 20 Years at Gustavus Nov. 20-22

Gustavus Adolphus College's social justice theatre troupe, I Am, We Are, will celebrate its 20th anniversary Nov. 20-22. Recognized as the oldest student-run social justice theatre troupe in the nation, I Am, We Are will welcome back alumni and community members for the weekend's full slate of events.

Summer Internships Lead to Jobs for Lindsey Johnson and Diana Mueller

After spending the summer interning at Cigna Health Insurance, Gustavus Adolphus College seniors Lindsey Johnson and Diana Mueller were recently offered – and accepted – full-time positions with the company after graduation.

Nick David ’07: Coaching Students to Win On and Off the Field

Nick David '07 is taking the lessons he learned as a student-athlete at Gustavus and passing them on to the next generation as a coach and administrator in the Westonka School District.

Bryden Giving ’16: Commitment to Service Leads to Study Abroad Award

Bryden Giving is passionate about healthcare and travel, but mostly he cares about people. The Big Lake, Minn. native was able to combine his passions at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, where he won the Academic Excellence Award for Child Development and Diversity this summer.

Lindsay Lelivelt ’11: Studying English Leads to Fast-Paced World of Technology

Lindsay Lelivelt '11 always knew she was going to be an English major. What she didn't know was that Gustavus Adolphus College would help her develop the skills and support to land a prominent role at a fast-growing technology company in San Francisco, Calif.