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Aspiring Care Providers Drive Growth in Health Professions

Aspiring Care Providers Drive Growth in Health Professions

The Office of Health Professions guides pre-health students from their first required class to their graduate school applications.

Gustavus Begins 160th Academic Year

Gustavus Begins 160th Academic Year

The College commenced the 2021-2022 academic year with an Opening Convocation celebration in Christ Chapel.

The Class of 2025 Arrives Home on the Hill

The Class of 2025 Arrives Home on the Hill

With 40 percent graduating in the top 10 percent of their high school class, the newest Gusties are poised for success at Gustavus.

Nobel Hall Named A 2020 Top Project by Finance & Commerce

Nobel Hall Named A 2020 Top Project by Finance & Commerce

The $70 million expansion and renovation transformed Nobel Hall into a state-of-the-art facility where science and art collide.

Gustavus Ranked #20 Liberal Arts College by Washington Monthly

Gustavus Ranked #20 Liberal Arts College by Washington Monthly

The College also stacks up as the best in Minnesota for social mobility and "Best Bang for the Buck."

Fellowships Grant Gusties Life-Changing Opportunities

Fellowships Grant Gusties Life-Changing Opportunities

Fellowships Office coordinator Pamela Kittelson sits down to talk about applying for fellowships and why Gusties should take advantage.

Gospel Artist Felton ’15 Fosters a New Generation of Musicians

Gospel Artist Felton ’15 Fosters a New Generation of Musicians

Teacher and gospel musician Daniel James Felton ’15 is making an impact in the classroom and on stage.

Buxbaum ’14 Brings Storytelling Potential to Alaska

Buxbaum ’14 Brings Storytelling Potential to Alaska

The Alaskan publisher and author will launch her first short story collection The Birthday Picture (and Other Stories) on Aug. 31.

Chemistry Research Thrives in Newly Expanded Nobel Hall

Chemistry Research Thrives in Newly Expanded Nobel Hall

The $70 million project opens up new potential for collaboration with leading institutions, underscoring the importance of research opportunities.

Natalie Johnson ’21 Lives Life of Music

Natalie Johnson ’21 Lives Life of Music

The recent alumna from Maywood, Ill. will be attending graduate school for oboe performance.

Despite Setbacks, Amelia Espinosa ’20 Surges Forward

Despite Setbacks, Amelia Espinosa ’20 Surges Forward

The Gustie alumna is pursuing a master's degree in Latin American Studies at Georgetown.

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