"The Second Nobel Century"
Online... Information about
the next Nobel Conference, the 37th and the centennial celebration of the
Nobel prizes, is now available online at gustavus.edu/nobel.
Nobel Conference XXXVII, "The Second Nobel Century: What Is Still to Be
Discovered?," is slated for Oct. 2-3, 2001. Speakers include 5 Nobel laureates,
2 respected science writers, and the secretary general of the Royal Swedish
Academy of Sciences.
Publication Break Reminder...
Due to Spring Break, The Yellow Sheet will not be published March
29. Publication will resume April 5. Due to Easter Recess, the newsletter
will not be published April 12; it will continue April 19. Note that The
Yellow Sheet submission deadline is 4:30 p.m. on the Tuesday before
Lot Cleaning... Campus
parking lots will be cleaned during Spring Break, weather permitting. Lots
will be closed as follows:
First -- Lot A Green
Second -- Lot A Red
and Yellow Sections
Third -- Lot E (Interpretive
Parking is permitted in
Lot N (green and red areas) and Lot P (red area) during Spring Break.
First -- Visitor Lot
(East of Lot A)
Second -- Lot B (Lund)
Third -- Lot C (Olin)
Fourth -- Lot G (Sorensen)
Fifth -- Lot M (Uhler)
Sixth -- Lot L (Tennis
Seventh -- Lot O (Chapel)
First -- Lot J (Nobel)
Second -- Lot I (Heating
Third - Lot H (Rundstrom)
Fourth -- Lot F (Wahlstrom)
Fifth -- Lot K (College
Sixth - Lot D (West
Seventh -- Lot Q (Arbor
New Study Abroad Program...
a new Gustavus study abroad program giving students the opportunity to
study in Germany for January Term and Spring Semester 2002. Tom Emmert
(history) has been named program director. Emmert, an expert in the history
of Central and Eastern Europe, and the students will spend January and
February in Wittenberg, Luther's famous city; March in Erfurt, in Luther's
own monastery; and April and May in Berlin, the new capital of Germany.
Students will receive 5 Gustavus credits (some of the courses fulfilling
general education requirements) for courses in German language, the Church
in Germany, 20th century music and arts, and history. In addition to several
scheduled field trips to other German towns and cities, students will have
two 10-day breaks that will allow time for individual travel to other places
in Europe. Space is limited and students need to sign up for the program
by April 11. (Note that this is a deadline extension.) For more information,
contact Emmert or Mona Rizk-Finne (international education).
St. David's to Be Broadcast...
College's 28th annual St. David's Day mini-Gymanfa Ganu (Welsh hymn sing),
held March 2 in Christ Chapel, will be broadcast at 11:10 a.m. March 27
on WCAL radio (89.3 FM).
Participants Sought for
Wireless Testing... Faculty,
administration, and support staff members, as well as students, who own
portable computers with current versions of Mac or PC operating systems
are invited to volunteer for a wireless networking pilot project during
the remainder of Spring Semester. Participants will be able to connect
their portables to the Gustavus network and the Internet via wireless networking
protocols in the library, the dining room, and several outdoor areas. Participation
will be limited to the first 50 individuals who respond. Contact Tami Aune
in information technology (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Private Swimming Lessons
Offered... Anyone interested
in free, private swimming lessons for their 5- to 10-year-old children
should contact Barb Rodning (x7617 or email@example.com).
Lessons will be taught by Gustavus students seeking WSI certification.
Dates will be arranged with the instructor.
Chapel Schedule... All
are invited to the 10 a.m. worship services in Christ Chapel. The upcoming
schedule is as follows:
Knowledge Bowl Competition
Monday... On March 26, the
academic outreach office will host the subregional Knowledge Bowl competition
from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. in Confer and Vickner halls. Fifty teams of 5 senior
high students will vie for 1 of 28 slots at the regional competition in
April. Competition consists of a written round and 5 oral rounds of questions
taken from the high school curriculum. The top 6 teams in the region advance
to the state event at Cragun's Resort in May. Welcome these students.
March 23 -- Michael Hvidsten,
Romans 2: 1-16; and
March 25-April 1 -- No
Become Enhanced Monday
and Tuesday... Employee Enhancement
Days, originally scheduled to be held during touring week and open to all
Gustavus employees, will be held March 26-27. This year's sessions are
designed to be fun and to benefit everyone in life at work and at home.
The schedule is as follows:
Unless otherwise indicated,
all sessions will be held in Alumni Hall.
8-8:15 a.m. -- Welcome
with coffee, juice, and rolls
8:15-9:30 a.m. --
Session 1: "Laugh From Your Toes" by Robin Getman
9:30-9:45 a.m. --
9:45-11 a.m. -- Session
2: "Lead From Your Soul" by Robin Getman
11 a.m.-noon -- Session
3: "Serve From Your Heart" by Robin Getman
Noon -- Lunch and
Learn (Banquet Rooms): "The Latest in Appetizer Buffets" by Margie Willmert
and Paul Jacobson (dining service)
8-8:15 a.m. -- Coffee
8:15-10:45 a.m. --
Session: "Learning to Play" by Andy Weisberg (2-part session, 1 break included)
10:45-11 a.m. -- Break
11 a.m.-noon -- Session
"Goal the Distance -- Music with a Message" with speaker/singer Arlene
Noon -- Lunch and
Learn (Banquet Rooms): "Yoga -- The Oldest New Exercise" by Gretchen Koehler
(health and exercise science)
Young Writers Conference
on Campus... On March 28,
29, and 30 the academic outreach office will welcome the Young Writers
Conference to campus. The Wednesday sessions are for grades 7-12 and the
Thursday and Friday sessions are for grades 3-6. Attendance is expected
to be between 200-300 students each day. Registration and the opening session
will be held from 8:15-9:40 a.m. in Alumni Hall, then students will attend
break-out sessions in Confer, Vickner, and Social Science Center from 9:50
a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sessions include calligraphy, paper making, photojournalism,
poetry, song writing, and TV and radio writing. All are asked to note this
event and help point any lost-looking young people in the right direction.
The annual conference, sponsored by the South Central Service Cooperative,
is for high-achieving students from a 9-county area.
Art Lecture April 5...
Pat Simpson, senior lecturer in the history of fine art and visual culture
at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, U.K., will
give a public lecture, titled "Visions of New Soviet Women in Socialist
Realist Art," at 7:30 p.m. April 5 in Nobel Hall's Wallenberg Auditorium.
Rezmerski to Present Chin
Music... "Chin Music," a
1-man show written by and featuring John Rezmerski (English), and based
on his poetry, will be presented this spring at the Jon Hassler Theater
in Plainview, MN (formerly the Lyric Theatre of Minneapolis). The show
is part of a double bill that also includes "Boxelder Bug Variations,"
based on the poems of Bill Holm ('65). In "Chin Music," the author plays
a radio talk show host whose show is being replaced by satellite technology.
On his last night of broadcasting, he decides to get a few things off his
chest. The show runs March 30-April 1, April 6-8, and April 20-22. Friday
and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m., and Sunday performances are at
2 p.m. Additional matinee performances are scheduled for 1 p.m. April 6
and 2 p.m. April 7. For information and tickets, call (507) 534-2900. Plainview
is located about 25 miles northeast of Rochester.
music, performed in a solo quartet presentation of new music in a faculty
recital March 15 at Macalester College. The quartet sang 3 choral works
by Macalester faculty member Jan Gilbert, a composer who has been commissioned
to write for choral ensembles, including Chanticleer and the Dale Warland
The following people have
recently joined the Gustavus community:
New Support Staff
Colleen English, Custodial
Dean Willaert, Physical
Spring in the Arb...
With the first official day of spring (March 20) behind us, soon new plant
life will be in bloom, including in Linnaeus Arboretum. The 55-acre
arboretum was first planted in 1973 with several thousand seedlings from
the Soil Conservation Service. The arboretum has trees indigenous to the
state of Minnesota and was designed to resemble the state's 3 major natural
ecosystems. The southern tier of the arboretum is planted with native
prairie grasses and wildflowers, the central tier supports several collections
of deciduous trees, and the northern tier contains the conifer forest.
The arboretum also has several miles of walking paths and will soon dedicate
a new wetlands preserve.
To submit items (questions
or answers) for consideration in this section, contact Stacia Senne (x7510
IN THE MEDIA:
Here are some noteworthy
Gustavus-related stories that recently appeared in print or broadcast media
around the nation:
Anyone who has suggested
additions for this list, suggestions for potential future media stories,
or interest in being a media source should contact News Director Stacia
Senne (x7510 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
A March 21 article in The Free Press of Mankato featured
Horst Ludwig (modern foreign languages and literatures/German) and his
haiku writing. The page 1C feature included a large color photograph
of Ludwig in one of his Gustavus classes.
A March 16 Minneapolis Star Tribune article, titled
"Losing XFL job could help Ventura, observers say," quoted Chris Gilbert
(political science). The article appeared on page B1.
A March 15 article in The Free Press of Mankato, titled
"Defying Gravity...in theater," featured the March 15-18 Gustavus performance
of the play "Defying Gravity." The page C1 feature included a color
photograph of Gustavus actors and students Nate Morse and Katy Srnec.
A March 5 article in The Cavalier Daily at the University
of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, titled "Faculty salaries stay ahead of
inflation rate," included quotes from Kirk Beyer (human resources).
boots, preferably colorful ones. Two Gustavus employees are currently in
rehearsal for the production of Nunsense III, which is a Country
Western jamboree. The entire cast (4 women and 1 man) needs cowboy boots
in various sizes. Some of the sizes needed are women's 7 1/2, 8, and 9.
Anyone who is willing to loan cowboy boots should contact Barb Rodning
at x7617 or Kathy Matz at x7446.
For Rent: Two-bedroom
home on Lake Washington available for rent during the 2001-02 academic
year. Asking $550 per month. Call Mike at (952) 758-3430.
One-bedroom apartment, 219 W. Martin St., St. Peter. Available April 1.
Asking $375 per month plus utilities. Contact Betty Burke at 931-5601.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
||Women's Basketball at Macalesterhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/women-s-basketball-at-macalester/49107St. Paul, Minn.
||Men's Basketball at Macalesterhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/men-s-basketball-at-macalester/49169St. Paul, Minn.
||Women's Hockey at Saint Benedicthttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/women-s-hockey-at-saint-benedict/49084St. Cloud, Minn.
||Christmas in Christ Chapel: Ubuntu, Jesu: From the Cradle of Humankind to the Ends of the Earthhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/christmas-in-christ-chapel-ubuntu-jesu-from-the-cradle-of-humankind-to-the-ends-of-the-earth/50698Christ Chapel
||Men's Hockey hosts Saint John'shttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/men-s-hockey-hosts-saint-john-s/49058St. Peter, Minn.
||Christmas in Christ Chapel: Ubuntu, Jesu: From the Cradle of Humankind to the Ends of the Earthhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/christmas-in-christ-chapel-ubuntu-jesu-from-the-cradle-of-humankind-to-the-ends-of-the-earth/50699Christ Chapel
||Weekend Movie: Bridget Jones Babyhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/weekend-movie-bridget-jones-baby/50580Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall
||Sunday Worshiping Communityhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/sunday-worshiping-community-20/48978Christ Chapel
||SCWABBLE w/Gabe (HWC)https://gustavus.edu/calendar/scwabble-w-gabe-hwc/49805Lund 224 (Aerobics Room)
||Christmas in Christ Chapel: Ubuntu, Jesu: From the Cradle of Humankind to the Ends of the Earthhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/christmas-in-christ-chapel-ubuntu-jesu-from-the-cradle-of-humankind-to-the-ends-of-the-earth/50700Christ Chapel
||Zumba w/McKenzie (HWC)https://gustavus.edu/calendar/zumba-w-mckenzie-hwc-2/49672Lund 224 (Aerobics Room)
||Christmas in Christ Chapel: Ubuntu, Jesu: From the Cradle of Humankind to the Ends of the Earthhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/christmas-in-christ-chapel-ubuntu-jesu-from-the-cradle-of-humankind-to-the-ends-of-the-earth/50701Christ Chapel
||Carlson School of Management on Campushttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/carlson-school-of-management-on-campus/50772
|Nov 21, 2016 to Jan 27, 2017
||ACTION! The Anatomy of Leroy Neiman's Champions, on view at the Hillstrom Museum of Art November 21, 2016 through January 27, 2017https://gustavus.edu/calendar/action-the-anatomy-of-leroy-neiman-s-champions-on-view-at-the-hillstrom-museum-of-art-november-21-2016-through-january-27-2017/50619Hillstrom Museum of Art
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